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Larry Lee Lancin, 68
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Larry Lee Lancin died Dec. 24 at Jackson Madison County General Hospital from a prolonged illness at the age of 68 with both daughters by his side.
He was born in Ann Arbor, Mich., and grew up in Woodbury. He was a graduate of Cannon County High School’s class of 1966.
Larry was a veteran of the United States Navy and completed two tours of duty in Vietnam. He also later worked at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Murfreesboro. In his career he was best known as a seasoned salesman and entrepreneur. He and his wife, Sandra, owned various businesses in both McMinnville and Woodbury; including Magic Video & Guns, Pioneer Audio and Video, and McMinnville Bowling Alley. He also previously worked at Calsonic Yurozo in McMinnville and retired this past May from over 10 years of service to Lowe’s Home Improvement stores both in McMinnville, Murfreesboro and Jackson. Anyone who knew Larry, knew of his passion for boating, fishing, deer hunting and gun-smithing.
Larry is survived by his father, Stephen Lancin Jr. of Henderson; his daughter, Melissa Bolton, her husband Patrick and children Alex and Anna of Henderson; his daughter Heather Studenberg, her husband, Daus and daughter, Audrey of Smyrna and many close family members and friends.
Larry is preceded in death by his wife, Sandra Burger Lancin. They were married Dec. 28, 1968 in Woodbury. He is also preceded in death by his mother Alma White Simmons Lancin.
Funeral arrangements were handled by Woodbury Funeral Home. Funeral service was held Dec. 29. Joey Ferrell and Dr. Billy Smith officiated. Burial followed at Riverside Cemetery in Woodbury.
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