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 Larry Delano Adington

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Larry Delano Adington

Birth
Kentucky, USA
Death
24 Feb 2014 (aged 65)
Kentucky, USA
Burial
Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Kentucky, USA
Memorial ID
125580333 View Source

Larry Delano Adington, 65 years and 12 days of age, of Somerset, Kentucky, departed this life on Monday, February 24th, 2014.

Larry was born in Waynesburg, Kentucky on February 12th, 1949, son of Velma Mae Shelton Adington and the late Vernon Lloyd Adington. Larry was vice president of sales for 36 years with D.C. Trimble Construction and a member of Double Springs Baptist Church. He was a member of Sievers Lodge No#491 F&AM, a Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky Admiral, Pulaski County Colonel, Pulaski County Count, a lifetime member of NRA and League of Kentucky Sportsman, spent numerous years with Lake Cumberland Friends of NRA and was a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation.

Larry was survived by his mother, Velma Mae Adington of Waynesburg, Kentucky; one brother, James (and Miriam) Adington of Stanford, Kentucky; one sister, Judy (and Larry) Fields of Richmond, Kentucky; four nieces, Darla Colegrove, Sharla Lake, Benita Land, and Shannon Adington; one nephew, Joshua Adington; three great-nephews, Jared Colegrove, Alexander Lake, and Isaac Land; one great-niece, Kaytlin Lake; and a host of other family and friends who mourn his passing.

He was preceded in death by his father, Vernon Lloyd Adington, who departed this life on August 18th, 1975; his paternal grandparents, Robert Adington and Edith Sanders Adington; and his maternal grandparents, William Fayette Shelton and Ettie Rachel Phillippe Shelton.

Visitations were held after 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at the Morris & Hislope Funeral Home in Science Hill, Kentucky with a masonic service held at 7:00 p.m.

Funeral services were held at 12:00 noon on Friday, February 28th, 2014 in the Chapel of the Morris & Hislope Funeral Home with Bro. Steve Dunn officiating.

Burial followed in the Double Springs Cemetery with military honors held by the American Legion.

THIS IS A TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF LARRY,

What makes a man a Mason, O brother of mine?
It isn't the due guard, nor is it the sign,
It isn't the jewel which hangs on your breast
It isn't the apron in which you are dressed

It isn't the step, nor the token, nor the grip,
Nor lectures that fluently flow from the lip,
Nor yet the possession of that mystic word
On five points of fellowship duly conferred.

Though these are essential, desirable, fine,
They don't make a Mason, O brother of mine.
That you to your sworn obligation are true
that my brother, makes a Mason of you.

Larry Delano Adington, 65 years and 12 days of age, of Somerset, Kentucky, departed this life on Monday, February 24th, 2014.

Larry was born in Waynesburg, Kentucky on February 12th, 1949, son of Velma Mae Shelton Adington and the late Vernon Lloyd Adington. Larry was vice president of sales for 36 years with D.C. Trimble Construction and a member of Double Springs Baptist Church. He was a member of Sievers Lodge No#491 F&AM, a Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky Admiral, Pulaski County Colonel, Pulaski County Count, a lifetime member of NRA and League of Kentucky Sportsman, spent numerous years with Lake Cumberland Friends of NRA and was a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation.

Larry was survived by his mother, Velma Mae Adington of Waynesburg, Kentucky; one brother, James (and Miriam) Adington of Stanford, Kentucky; one sister, Judy (and Larry) Fields of Richmond, Kentucky; four nieces, Darla Colegrove, Sharla Lake, Benita Land, and Shannon Adington; one nephew, Joshua Adington; three great-nephews, Jared Colegrove, Alexander Lake, and Isaac Land; one great-niece, Kaytlin Lake; and a host of other family and friends who mourn his passing.

He was preceded in death by his father, Vernon Lloyd Adington, who departed this life on August 18th, 1975; his paternal grandparents, Robert Adington and Edith Sanders Adington; and his maternal grandparents, William Fayette Shelton and Ettie Rachel Phillippe Shelton.

Visitations were held after 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at the Morris & Hislope Funeral Home in Science Hill, Kentucky with a masonic service held at 7:00 p.m.

Funeral services were held at 12:00 noon on Friday, February 28th, 2014 in the Chapel of the Morris & Hislope Funeral Home with Bro. Steve Dunn officiating.

Burial followed in the Double Springs Cemetery with military honors held by the American Legion.

THIS IS A TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF LARRY,

What makes a man a Mason, O brother of mine?
It isn't the due guard, nor is it the sign,
It isn't the jewel which hangs on your breast
It isn't the apron in which you are dressed

It isn't the step, nor the token, nor the grip,
Nor lectures that fluently flow from the lip,
Nor yet the possession of that mystic word
On five points of fellowship duly conferred.

Though these are essential, desirable, fine,
They don't make a Mason, O brother of mine.
That you to your sworn obligation are true
that my brother, makes a Mason of you.

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