Larry O’Guin

July 11, 2016

07/11/2016

Past Services

Visitation
Tuesday July 19, 2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home – Denbigh Chapel
12893 Jefferson Avenue
Newport News, VA 23608
(757) 874-4200 | Directions

Larry Wayne O’Guin, 73, passed away on Monday, July 11, 2016 at his home in Yorktown, Virginia. Larry is preceded in death by his parents, Earl B. O’Guin and Mary-Lou Salliote, as well as his stepfather, Alger E. Salliote and his sister, Cheryl Pearce.
Larry retired from the United States Air Force after 22 years of dedicated service to his country. He also worked for Kingsmill Resort for 16 years. In his spare time, Larry enjoyed golfing, reading, computers, and especially loved spending time with his family and grandchildren.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Jill D. O’Guin and her sons Jeffrey J. Place (Kelly) and William J. Place, Jr. (Marcey); daughters Kim O’Guin McVay (Jason); brother Gregory Allen Salliote; and grandchildren Lorraine Baker, Olivia Daub, Gabriel Place, Lilly Place, and Davis Place.
A gathering in Larry’s memory will be held on Tuesday, July 19 from 6 – 8pm at Altmeyer Funeral Home – Denbigh Chapel, 12893 Jefferson Ave. Newport News, VA.

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Bill Voliva
6 years ago

Larry was a great person. He will be missed by all his friends and family. RIP Larry.

Barbara Roob
6 years ago

Jill, I am so sorry to hear about Larry. I remember working with Larry for a few years before he retired, he was so fun to have around. You and your family are in my prayers.
Barbara Roob

Carole Houle
6 years ago

I remember Larry’s smile my first day starting at Kingsmill. He was a genuine person and we shall miss him.

Lorraine Potter and Family
6 years ago

Larry was a breath of fresh air to us all. His quiet voice, gentle smile and kind disposition will be very much missed by us all.

Danny and Judy
6 years ago

Larry and Jill have been our next door neighbors, me for 28, Judy for 14. We have many wonderful memories, but here’s one I want to share with everyone. Judy and I flew back from a trip late one Sunday evening. Two weary travelers preparing to take a cab the short distance back home. We come off the jetway heading for baggage claim and their to our surprise was Larry to greet us. Jill was outside waiting in the car. His smile. As genuine as the man. I told him and Jill several years later how surprised Judy and I were by this unexpected kindness. They had dropped us off at the airport on our departure but not a word had been said about them giving us a ride home on our return. Larry told me, “When we drop people off, we pick them up.” Larry you picked all of us up who had the opportunity to be a part of your life.