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Lawrence Lee Molesky
February 4, 1955 ~ May 21, 2022 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Lawrence "Larry" Molesky, age 67, was received by the Lord while resting peacefully at home with his son at his side on the morning of Saturday, May 21, 2022. He was born in Chicago, IL, to the late Catherine Bridges and Leonard Molesky.
Larry graduated from Gage Park High School and began his professional career in electronics by enlisting into the United States Air Force in 1974. Ultimately excelling in his endeavors, he became an instructor for future generations before his retirement in 1993. After retirement, he worked as a bench technician for several casinos before retiring from work and moving to be closer to his daughter and grandchildren in Oneonta, AL. In his spare time, he enjoyed helping others, participating in charities like St. Jude, Toys for Tots, volunteering at his church, fishing, painting, gardening, coin collecting, playing guitar and playing the harmonica.
Larry's memories will be cherished by his children, Amanda Molesky Clowdus, and his son, Timothy Molesky; siblings, Alan Molesky, Karl Schoenhofen, Sandra Johnson, and Sue Travino; grandchildren, Killian, Gavin, Aden, Elijah, Isaeah, and Savanna. Also left to cherish his memories are several cousins, nieces and nephews. Welcoming Larry into Heaven is his father Leonard Molesky, mother Catherine Hartigan, brother Kenny Molesky, and sister Sally Molesky. Trinity Funeral Services is honored to serve the Molesky family during this difficult time and asks that you remember them in your prayers over the days to come.