Larry F. Malone
After a long hard battle with brain cancer, Larry F. Malone of Bixby, Oklahoma passed away peacefully at home on Friday January 31st 2020 at age 48 surrounded by his family.
Larry is survived by his mother Dorothiea Humphries of Bixby Oklahoma, his wife Melissa Malone of Bixby Oklahoma, his daughter Andrea Heck, her husband Mark Heck, and his granddaughter Isabella Heck of Jenks Oklahoma, his daughter Jessica Bowline-Roberts, her fiancee Jason Males, his grand daughter Eliana Males, his grandsons Peyton Roberts and Jayden Roberts of Glenpool Oklahoma, and a host of close family, and friends.
Larry was born to Dorothiea Malone Humphries on May 1st 1971 in Maysville, Kentucky where he grew up surrounded by the love of his mother, and his family, he was especially close to his cousin Michelle Dillow of South Point, Ohio.
Larry came to Tulsa Oklahoma in 1997 to go to school at Spartan Aeronautics, and found love, and decided to make Tulsa his home.
Larry and Melissa met in June of 1998, and moved in together on Friday November 13th 1998, and decided to keep their tradition going and married on Friday February 13th, 2004.
Larry was a driven professional when it came to work, computers, and gaming. On his free time he loved cooking, gaming, movies, and spending time with family and friends.
When he was diagnoised with brain cancer in 2009, Larry remained dedicated to his job at Webco Industries, he remained brave to the very end. He always said he was ok with dying because he knew where he was going. He remained that way until the very end.
The family would like to especially thank Grace Hospice and their staff for being so attentive during his time with them, and Webco Industries for going above and beyond for him and his family, Dr. Michael Thanbuswamy for being the best surgeon ever, and to everyone who prayed and delivered meals, and two his wonderful neighbors Jeff, Jess, and Donna for being such amazing neighbors and taking care of their lawn so they could spend more time together during this emotional time.