BREAKING NEWS

BREAKING NEWS

Larry Ross Peacock Jr.

Jan. 7, 1956-August 9, 2017

Larry Ross Peacock, Jr.,

61, Bismarck, passed

away Wednesday, August

9, 2017, in Castle Rock,

Colorado, and now calls

heaven home after a short

and valiant battle with

acute myeloid leukemia.

Funeral Services: will be

held at 10:30 AM, Mon-

day, August 14, 2017, at

DaWise-Perry Funeral

Services, Mandan, with

Rev. Dale Nabben officiat-ing. Visitation: is

scheduled for the hour

prior to services. Burial:

will be in Rosehill

Cemetery, Minot.

Larry was born January

7, 1956, in Minot, North

Dakota, to Larry and Ar-

line (Rydberg) Peacock.

He was raised and educat-ed in Minot, where he at-

tended Minot High

School. He felt most ful-

filled when he could

serve others. Jesus said,

“love one another as I

loved you” and Larry was

a perfect example of this.

He held several jobs in-

cluding at McDonald’s,

Burger King, and

Northwest Sporting

Goods. He loved

volunteering and did so

with Easter Seals and

most recently served at

Missouri Slope Nursing

Home in Bismarck where

he resided. Throughout

Larry’s life, he was a

sports fanatic and enjoyed

watching football, basket-ball and WWE (wrestling).

His avid love for sports

began with his grandfa-

ther taking him to wres-

tling matches when he

was young. He had a love

for football and he never

missed a Minnesota Vik-

ings game. Besides sports,

he loved 60’s music, espe-

cially Elvis Presley, but

his greatest love was for

God and his family.

He is survived by his

parents; sisters, Dawn

(Lynn) Wunderlich and

Melissa (Annie) Peacock;

brothers, Kurt, Randy

(Wanda) and Travis (Kim)

Peacock; nieces and

nephews, Josh Peacock,

Connor, Aubrey, and Bro-

den Wunderlich, Aidan

and Teagan Peacock, and

Austin and Kyle New-

some; along with several

aunts, uncles and cousins.

Larry was preceded in

death by: his paternal

grandparents, Ervin (Mar-

garet) Peacock; maternal

grandparents Bert

(Evelyn) Rydberg; along

with several aunts, un-

cles, and his favorite dog

Bear.

Please sign his guest-

book and share memories

at www.dawiseperry.com.

Funeral arrangements are

being made with

DaWise-Perry Funeral

Services, Mandan, North

Dakota.