Larry Bass Obituary, Larry Bass Has Passed Away

Larry Bass Obituary, Larry Bass Has Passed Away


Larry Bass Obituary, Death –  Larry Bass has passed away unexpectedly , One of nine children, Larry was born on June 2, 1943 in Blythewood, South Carolina. He was in the Air Force and spent a brief time stationed in Alaska. He received an honorable discharge in 1966 at Forbes Field in Topeka. He met Eunice while running a tire shop in Holton, Kansas after leaving the Air Force.

For many years, Larry worked in Sabetha as a mechanic at the Amoco station, an employee of Mid America Dairyman, and IMAC. After retiring, he returned to work at Country Mart, where he remained until November of this year, spoiling numerous little children as they passed by the aisle with candy delights. Additionally, he offered his time as a little league baseball coach and had different leadership roles within his church.

On November 30, 2020, Eunice Lorraine (Todd) Bass, 86, of Sabetha, Kansas, passed away. On July 30, 1934, Eunice was born in Bern, Kansas. In Humboldt, Nebraska, Eunice received her diploma from Humboldt High School. She started teaching in a one-room school after high school and worked with a variety of grade levels. Later, Eunice met Larry while working as a waitress at Trails Cafe in Holton.

In addition to her job as a CNA at the Apostolic Christian Home, Eunice also worked in Sabetha as a server at M & M Cafe, a checker at Safeway, and most recently as a checker. She retired from this position in the middle of the 1990s.
They were wed on December 19, 1970, and Larry is survived by his South Carolina-based sisters Esther Thomas, Sue Brown, Sylvia Browning, and Rebecca (Beck) Gunther. Sisters of Eunice include Timothy Todd of Colorado and sisters Jean Troxell of Nebraska, Joyce Lamphier of West Virginia, and Janice Backer of Sabetha.

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