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Lawrence "Larry" Lombardo

June 23, 1938 - August 17, 2021

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Obituary For Lawrence "Larry" Lombardo

Lawrence "Larry" Lombardo died peacefully on August 17th, 2021 in Blue Springs, MO at the age of 83.

Larry is survived by his wife April Lombardo of Blue Springs, MO; his son Nick Lombardo with his wife Melanie Lombardo and their two children Noah Lombardo (22) and Zach Lombardo (20), all of Lake Winnebago, MO; his son Mike Lombardo with his wife Paula Lombardo and their two children Miguel Contreras (25) and Ariana Aquino (22), all of Grain Valley, MO; his son Paul Lombardo with his wife Jennifer Lombardo and their two children Kaylee Lombardo (6) and Kolton Lombardo (4); his sister Katherine Casamento of Kiln, MS; and his brother Joe Lombardo of Katy, TX.

He is preceded in death by his mother Sadie Lombardo and his father Nick Lombardo, both of Kansas City, MO, and his brother Anthony Lombardo of Los Angeles, CA.

Larry was born on June 23rd, 1938 to Nick and Sadie Lombardo. He graduated from Northeast High School in 1956. In 1967, Larry married April Davis. In 1954, at the age of 16, Larry began working in the grocery business at Milgram's grocery store. He worked there for 30 years before he started his job at Associated Wholesales Grocers where he worked until his retirement.

Family was the most important thing to Larry. He loved cooking for, and spending time with, his family and friends. Above all, Larry was dedicated to his faith and his belief in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior.

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  • Lawrence brought me a bright light when I first met him as he knew me as my mother's daughter immediately before he knew my name, they lived next door to each other as kids. I will miss his warm smile at Costco. RIP Larry. Prudy, Catherine's daughter.

  • My condolences to your entire family. My the Lord wrap his arms around all of you during this difficult time. Cherish all the wonderful memories and traditions. May Larry rest in eternal peace

  • So sorry for your loss! It appears to me that he left quite the legacy! Family and friends that loved and respected him!🙏 Prayers for you all to have peace! Jason Landers

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