Larry Allen Kasinger, 54 of 8320 Jack Hinton Road, Philpot died on July 28, 2005 at his home. He was in Daviess County, Ky. to James Kasinger of Centertown, Ky. and the late Gayle Johnson Kasinger who died in 1990. He had retired from Baskin Robbins and was employed by Owensboro Board of Education as a custodian. He was a USARMY Veteran, and a member of Audubon Nazarene Church. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, UK basketball and being with his grandchildren. Surviving are his wife of 36years of marriage, Sheila Henry Kasinger; son, Jeff Kasinger and his wife, Sherry of Owensboro; Larry was a father figure for Brian Leishman and his wife, Julie of Newburgh, Indiana; daughter, Jennifer Husk and her husband, Chuck of Philpot; grandchildren, Eric Husk, Landon Havener, Beth Husk, Lauren Kasinger, Ashton Leishman, Brooklyn Kasinger, Lexi Havener and Sheridan Kasinger; Terry Kasinger of Robards, Jerry Kasinger of Owensboro; several nieces and nephews. Services are 1pm. Monday at Haley-McGinnis Funeral Home, visitation from 2 to 8pm. Sunday and 9 to 1pm. Monday. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Sorgho, Ky. Reverend Doug Grant will be officiating.

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  1. Shelia,
    I am so sorry for your great loss,
    You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Larry was loved and respected by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed. with Love, chris kasinger-lothamer

  2. Larry was a very kind, generous, loving man. He was the kind of person that never met a stranger. He was more than a family member to me. He was a very devoted family man who deeply loved his wife, Sheila, children, grandchildren, etc. To have know Lar

  3. My deepest sympathies go out to you in your time of sorrow. I remember hearing about Larry from my dad Sonny who worked at Baskin Robbins with him for all those years. My God wrap his hands around you in your time of sorrow.

  4. So sorry to hear about your loss. Larry was a great friend and the years we shared at Baskin Robbins will never be forgotten. He was always one who made us smile. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  5. Mr. Larry as he was known to the children at Foust was my son, Rodney’s mentor for over 2 years. He worried and cared for my son as if he was his own. He always took the time to talk to him and myself when Rodney was having a bad day. My sympathy to you a

  6. Shelia,
    Thinking of you during the sorrow of your loved one. Larry was a very kind and friendly person; well liked by the people that knew him. I know it is hard to understand how this could happen, but for some reason God saw a cause. Larry will ‘Never’

  7. Larry was one of the greatest uncle anyone could ever ask for. I remember back when I was little he would take me and my cousin Travis to the river every Sunday, even if he was tired he would anyway just because he loved us and wanted to make us happy. La

  8. Sheila, Jeff, and Jenny, I was so saddened to read about Larry in the newspaper web site. He was a friend to all he met. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry that I will not be able to be there in person.

  9. You have our love & sympathy & may the Holy Spirit bring you peace, comfort and rest. With Love Don & Romona Gipe

  10. i will miss you mr. larry
    i love you soooo much mr. larry
    your the best mr. larry.

    your friend

    email was written by Michelle, age 5, Foust Elementary School student and sent by her mom, Eva

  11. Michelle’s little sister, Anna, age 4, wants to tell Mr. Larry that she loves him and will miss him very much.

  12. Mr. Larry touched the lives of many children in his job at Foust Elementary School. The last time I saw Mr. Larry, he was carrying my sleeping daughter off of the bus after a summer field trip. He told me how much he loved his job, especially in the sum

  13. Sheila, Jenny, & Jeff,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Larry was a GREAT guy and will be missed by many. Larry touched the lives of everyone that knew him, because he was such a kind and loving person. I can’t even begin to imagine your pain, but may you fi

  14. Sheila and Family,

    We send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you also.

  15. To my cousins Sheila, Jenny and Jeff:

    Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. Larry had a radiant smile, a wonderful laugh. He had a heart of gold. He spent so much of his life helping others. It came naturally to him. He touched so m

  16. Sheila and family,

    My deepest condolences in your loss of Larry. May you be comforted in the love and promises of Jesus Christ.
    2 Corinthians 1:3-4

    Teddy Falloway

  17. Ms. Kasinger, I cannot remember when your Larry was not the hightlight of everyones day. Always cheerful no matter what the situation. I would love the opportunity to meet the women who had the upper hand of generating the majority of Larry’s happiness.

  18. Sheila & Family,
    We were all so sorry to learn of Larry’s passing. He was a great friend and ‘baseball partner’ to Zack. We’ve all been fortunate to have know such a fine man; I know my son learned a lot about caring & friendship from Larry. We will reme

  19. Mr. Larry worked at my sons Wade and Jake Evans school. the boys would come home all the time and talk about Mr. Larry. They loved him very much and he truly was a wonderful role model to any child. My boys will miss him very much but the are better bo

  20. Sheila and family,
    I cannot even find the words to let you know just how much Mr. Larry touched everyone’s lives at Foust, but you already know that. I often told him as we solved the world’s problems every night when he was cleaning the computer lab an

  21. Mr. Larry worked in the summer program at Foust with our son Aaron. Aaron was only at Foust for two years, but he was very fond of Mr. Larry. He seemed to know all of the kids by name and think dearly of them all. Each time I saw him he had a smile on

  22. Larry made a positive impact on my life, a great role model and a friend I will always keep in my heart. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family and friends. Although Larry was not my grand-father legally I always looked as him as Papaw Larry. I am

  23. hi larry i have been thinking about you and i have been talken to shelia and she misses you really alot and so have we

  24. hi mr larry its ur girl well ur horse,cat,goat,dog girl i miss playen baskeyball with you. You thoght me alot of things like left and right layups and im doin so much better at it because of u and you didnt just teach me basketball you thoght me how to b

  25. hi larry i have been thinking about you and i have been talken to shelia and she misses you really alot and so have we

  26. I love u Mr larry and will never forget how u treated my girls like your own u took them fishing and many field trips at the afternoon school program I have a picture of u and aleacia and alexicia perales how we cried when u went away to heaven I

  27. Mr larry in memory of you and your wife I dedicated these songs to you ed Sheehan perfect and Thinking Out Loud these song are perfect I know how much you love each other you are true angels I love you so much Mr larry I will keep your memory alive

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