Lawrence W. Beck
Lawrence W. Beck, 64, of Springfield died at 3:28 pm Friday, March 29, 2013 at St. John’s Hospital. He was born July 14, 1948 in Springfield, IL to Jack L. and Norma J. Spencer Beck.
He is survived by his mother, Norma J. Yaris; father, Jack L. Beck; sister, Laura (Louis) Redpath; niece, Amber (Cliff) Conrad; nephew, Chris Redpath and two great nephews, Carson and Austin Conrad, all of Springfield.
Mr. Beck worked at Phillips Brothers Printing Company as a pressman for 40 years. He served in the Air Guard.
No services are planned.
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Norma, Jack, and Laura there are no words to express my feeling of loss for all of you. Larry and I spent our childhood together he was my best friend. I last saw Larry alittle over a year ago and noticed some problems he never spoke of them and I never asked. I thought of stopping every time I drove down 11th, I drove by the house and did not stop now its too late. Good friends should not let that happen and I am sad for this. Good Bye Larry
I will always remember Larry, since he has known me since I was little. He will be missed , also he was a great neighbor. Michelle Walbert
I am sorry to hear of Larry's passing. I was a neighborhood friend of Larry and Laura. My thoughts are with you Laura, and your mother and father.
My condolences to the Beck Family on the passing of Larry. He was a friend and mentor and I had the pleasure of working side by side with him on the printing presses for many years. Larry was the best pressman in town,a true craftsman who's wit and wisdom will be missed and always remembered. Attaboy Larry!
We are also saddened to hear of Larry's passing. We have many fond memories of Larry, especially vacations in Missouri on the Black River. He was a great guy. Our prayers go out to all of his family.
I am saddened to learn of Larry's passing. I remember him as a close childhood friend and a really good person. My sincere condolences to all of Larry's family.
Karen & Bill Becker posted on 4/15/13
Laura, Norma and Jack our thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the days to come. Larry was a fun loving guy who enjoyed life and his family. Always remember his happy smile and the good times that you shared with him. He is only a thought away. Anytime you see a penny on the ground, pick it up because he is sending you a message from heaven. Love all of you, Karen & Bill Becker