Larry House Death, Obituary – We were taken aback and overcome with an enormous feeling of grief when we found out that Larry House, a member of the Crossways Small Missionary Baptist Church (SMBC), had gone away not too long ago. We would want his family, friends, and loved ones to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers at this trying time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Because Larry has demonstrated such a strong commitment to the sport of short mat bowling, he has been given the opportunity to serve the county in a number of significant capacities, including those of the County Team Manager and President.
These opportunities have been made available to Larry as a reward for his dedication. In return for the time and effort that he has put into the sport, Larry has been given the chance to pursue these options. Upon learning of his passing, a tremendous feeling of loss will be felt by everyone in Dorset who has ever picked up a bowling ball or had any other link to the bowling community in any other way. During this incredibly trying time, we want his wife Joyce, his family, and the members of his club to know that we are thinking about them and praying for them. We also want them to know that we are thinking about and praying for the members of his club.
We want them to know that we are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers and that we are concerned for them. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers as we commemorate those who have passed on. On January 20, 2023, at 10:45 in the morning, his cremation is set to take place at the Weymouth Crematorium. The date and time of the event have still to be determined. The memorial ceremony for him will be held there after he passes away. The memorial ceremonies held in his honor and to commemorate his demise will be held on the same day. There is to be no use of the color black, and the only flowers that are allowed to be delivered are ones that were cultivated by members of the immediate family. There is to be no use of the color black. The family has requested that monetary donations be given to the British Heart Foundation rather than more traditional presents. These contributions can be made in lieu of more traditional gifts.