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In loving memory of
Larry Jay Bindley
  • January 10, 1945
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  • February 06, 2017

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Larry Jay Bindley, 72, went to join the Lord on February 6, 2017.  Larry was born to Lindley and Geneva Bindley on January 10, 1945 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  As a young man Larry made sure to serve his country proud and he joined the Marines where he served proudly for two years.  After finishing up with the military he decided he needed a change.  That change involved moving to Florida in 1970 at the age of 25.  Larry enjoyed getting involved with any sports but especially Golf in the later years.  Any time Larry had a chance he would spend time with friends and family always making it the best of times.  Larry is survived by his loving wife Norma Jean; children, Tyler, Jason and Amy (Dean) D’Angelo; four grandchildren, Anthony, Danielle, Riley and Alyssa; sisters, Karen(Rick)Turrentine, Vonda Wright and a brother, Thomas(Chris) Bindley donations should be made in his name at alsa.org Cremation arrangements by Baldwin Brothers and any online condolences may be sent at www.baldwincremation.com.

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  1. Sharon Crumpton says:
    17 Feb 2017
    Larry was so much fun to be with at our 50th class reunion! And it was wonderful to see him after so many years! Hearing his comical laughter made everyone close enough to hear him such a joy! He was the same happy person I remembered from high school! My deepest sympathy to his family. He will be missed by so many.

  2. Kelsey says:
    13 Feb 2017
    Dear Bindley family,
    I am very sorry for your loss. A scripture that encouraged me very much when I have lost loved ones in death is Psalms 34:18. It says "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted and those who are crushed in spirit he saves." We can be sure that God does care for us.

  3. Janis Ricketts Volkamer says:
    09 Feb 2017
    My last memory of Larry was at our 50th reunion. While having dinner before the reunion with a group of friends, he laughed so much at stories and conversation. I am so glad to have this lasting memory and know he has such a great time. My condolences to Larry's family. Rest in peace our friend.

  4. Essie (Butt) Anderson says:
    09 Feb 2017
    Our time together goes way back to 5th grade at Bates School in Miss Shipley's combined classroom (eons ago it seems). It was so good to reconnect at our 50th reunion. I'm so glad he made the trip.
    Karen and family you have my sympathy and prayers.

  5. David Adams says:
    09 Feb 2017
    My sympathy for your loss Karen. Larry was a friend that I think of fondly even after all the time that has past. There were many times in sports and class that Larry showed a smile or prank that kept things real. My sympathy and peace to his family.

  6. Frances Hinkle says:
    08 Feb 2017
    He looked great at the reunion and his smile never stopped. He seemed to be having a wonderful time. I was so delighted to see him! I feel blessed that his big smile is my last memory.

    My sympathy to his entire family for their loss.

  7. jimmy walker says:
    07 Feb 2017
    best laugh i ever heard...God bless him and deepest sympathies to his family

  8. David and Brenda Mitchell says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Larry was a loving father and grandfather. He will be dearly missed.condolences to the family

  9. Ron Masters says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Larry was one of the first friends I made in Fayetteville when my family moved here in 1955. Lots of baseball and other fun at Harmon playfield. That time of innocence in our lives will never be forgotten. My deepest and most sincere sympathy to the entire family (especially Karen).

  10. Pat Stockburger Simpson says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Karen, my mind is flooded with wonderful childhood memories of Larry and you in the Hill Street/Duncan Street neighborhood! What a wonderful person, whose smile always brightened any room! My deepest sympathy to you and the whole family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Hugs!

  11. Ann (Anderson) and Nick Wayne says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Karen, our love to you and your family members. What a wonderful time we had with Larry at our reunion. My husband and I will never forget his wonderful and genune laugh. We know he will be greatly missed by all he ever knew.

  12. Jamie Armstrong Crisp says:
    07 Feb 2017
    We are all diminished when we lose as fine a gentleman as Larry Bindley. My sincerest condolences to each family member. May the God of all comfort wrap you in His arms and carry you through this lose. Jamie Armstrong Crisp

  13. Lance M Tharel says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Since the 5th grade at Bates School, Larry was always a good friend. Enjoyed studying with Larry and Karen in high school.

  14. Bev (Woods) Elliott says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Dearest Karen, My love and heartfelt sympathy are with you and your family. Larry is such a joy - so sweet, funny, friends with all, caring, and he loves his twin deeply. He will be missed. Love, Bev

  15. Shirley (Parker) Treat says:
    07 Feb 2017
    Larry was a very special young man and I enjoyed his friendship in high school

  16. Ronnie and Dirinda Skelton says:
    07 Feb 2017
    My husband and I have known Larry since Jr High days.
    Lots of good memories and fun times.
    We are so sorry for your loss.
    May God comfort you

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