May 21, 1970 ~ May 20, 2022

Born in: Terre Haute, IN
Resided in: Camby , IN

Larry Peck was a caring husband, father, brother, and friend. He left this world suddenly on May 20th, 2022, just one day before his 52nd birthday, after his short but vigorous battle with cancer.

Larry was a hard-working person that spent many years using his labor on projects that carried him across the continental United States.  When he wasn’t working long hours to support his family, he was a skilled gamer, and would spend time on several PC games in which he hosted.

When he wasn’t spending time gaming, he was either spending time with his family or knee deep in everything to do with popular science-fiction, especially that of Star Wars and Boba Fett.  A passion that he had shared with his younger brother since its inception in the late-70s. Even going as far as both creating a cancer battling Mandalorian persona, Lars Bahg Odiqs, to get him through recovery.

The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Larry. He loved both living a quiet sustained life but also loved being the life of the party. He had an uncanny ability to hit you with his comic sarcasm but make you laugh and feel significant at the same time. His charming personality was contagious to everyone he met. Larry is survived by his wife, Akita; two sons, Chase, and Garrett; his stepchildren, Alexis and Sebastian; his brother, Kevin; his mom and stepdad, and many cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Ke’gyce be Manda’yaim

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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. I pray for strength for those left with the loss. The pain you feel is a reflection of the love you shared.

  3. Although we never met in person, you became my friend and tolerated how silly Akita and I were during our phone calls and video chats! You always made me laugh and I’m glad Akita had you by her side! Rest In Peace my friend, I look forward to the day I finally get to meet you in person even if it is on the other side! Oh and no worries I’ll keep my coconspirator in line down here! 🤣 (((hugggsss))) my friend, you will be greatly missed! 😇🙏🏼

  4. Our fun times as children gave us the unique bond as adults. Rest In Peace cousin . I love and miss you.

  5. I never thanked you for being such a fun and amazing father. Even though growing up I only got to see you every other weekend, i still always looked forward to those days, playing xbox together or having fun outside, no matter what it was never a dull moment around you. Even when we just sat down in the livingroom and watched a movie, just being in your presence was enough for me.

    Me and Garret can both thank you for getting us into gaming, its a great tool to bond with friends and family over long distances. I can’t say id have the great friends i do today without it.

    I love and miss you so much Dad. I hope wherever you are, you’re well and laughing at us do dumb shit like you would ❤️

  6. Akita you and your family are in are prayers . I’m so sorry for you loss sending lots of hugs

  7. My nephew, my friend So missed. Loved our crazy fun times together. God bless… until we meet again❤️

  8. My nephew, my friend, remembering our fun times. So loved and missed! God bless!!❤️❤️

  9. You were once my big brother, not necessarily in size but always in heart. You taught me how to swim, how to drive stick, and how to charm the opposite sex. Since I can remember, we were always looking for trouble. We were partners-in-crime, bandits, and co-conspirators. You made me brave as a kid and gave me the courage to do things (both good and bad) that I would have not necessarily done. As adults, I could go months without talking to you but just as soon as we were in a room together, it was as if time had never passed. I will miss that and I will miss making each other laugh, but most of all I will miss you.

    I hope that you have found peace on the other side of this plane of existence and I know that wherever you are, you are causing havoc and making those around you feel joy from laughter. I love you, rest in peace brother.

  10. Larry, I Miss you so much. You were my firstborn and you were loved from the minute I brought you from the hospital. I think about you all the time but I’m glad you are not suffering anymore. Rest in peace until we meet again.

  11. I still ear your laughter mixed with all the other kids resounding in my house. I will miss your smile and your presence nephew.
    Aunt Cheryl

  12. I keep trying to think of the words I want to say. All I can come up with is, this just sucks! Hug my boy for me, Larry. We all miss you all so so much! Life on earth will never be the same. Cousins forever. I love ya Larry!

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