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Visitation

Askew Funeral Home
Wednesday July 7th, 2021
5:00pm - 7:00pm

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Graveside Service

Vang Cemetery
Thursday July 8th, 2021
1:30pm

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Larry Weiner

Larry Weiner, 77, of Neche, ND, passed away July 4, 2021, at his home. Visitation will be Wednesday, July 7, 2021, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Askew Funeral Home in Cavalier, ND. A graveside service will be at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 8, 2021, at Vang Cemetery near Vang, ND.      Larry was born December 3, 1943 at Langdon, ND to John and Alice (Olson) Weiner. He grew up at Vang, where he attended country school. He worked construction his entire life and worked for Bill Henschel until the time of his illness. Larry enjoyed visiting with family and friends. He also enjoyed being outside and working at his job. In his younger days, Larry enjoyed playing his guitar.      He was married to Beatrice Tamke and later to Pat Harildstad. He is survived by his daughter, LaDonna Mortenson, Gilby, ND, stepson, Don (Kim) Tamke, Anchorage, AK, five grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Also surviving are his siblings, Gaylord (Lorraine) Weiner, Osnabrock, ND, Erma (Eugene) Uecker, Walhalla, ND, Roger Weiner, Dickinson, ND, Orlin (Delores) Weiner, Langdon, ND, and Richard Weiner, Inkster, ND, and several nieces and nephews.      Preceding him in death were his parents, wife, Beatrice, grandson, Tray S. Hertenstein, siblings, Ronald Weiner and Beulah Clifford, grandparents, Hans and Hilda Olson and John and Katherine Weiner.


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I have lots of "Larry" stories since Larry was our neighbor for 22 years. The best description of him is he was Neche's Walter Matthau from the Grumpy Old Men movies. Larry really was a kind hearted and caring man. I enjoyed my visits with him as he always had an interesting story to tell. He definitely kept an eye on the weather and rightfully so working construction for so many years! I will miss seeing his red truck going in and out of the driveway. He was very courageous and strong during his illness and I am glad he is no longer suffering. Our condolences to your family. Sue and Steve Swartz

Sue Swartz Jul 7 2021 12:00 AM