Lawrence "Larry" Lee Kiedrowski

Lawrence "Larry" Lee Kiedrowski

Lawrence (Larry) Lee Kiedrowski, an Air Force Veteran passed away on 1/6/2018 at Benefis Hospital in Great Falls, MT at the age of 71.  Larry passed away from natural causes due to heart failure.  Arrangements have been entrusted with Edwards Funeral Home in Chinook, MT.  Larry will be cremated and buried at the Wing Cemetery in Hogeland, MT with his parents Frank and Lorraine Kiedrowski. Larry was born in Havre MT on July 13th 1946 He is survived by his sons Greg and Mark Kiedrowski,  six siblings Janice (Allen) Fisher of Havre MT, Fred (Darla) Kiedrowski of Kansas City MO, Dan Kiedrowski of Hogeland, MT, Kevin Kiedrowski of Redmond, WA, Becky (Don) Aselin of Kirkland, WA and Kelly (Lisa) Kiedrowski of Bothell, WA.  The graveside service will be held on June 23rd 2018 at the Wing Cemetery in Hogeland MT, at 11:30 am, following the Service there will be a luncheon for all who join us.

10 Reviews on Lawrence "Larry" Lee Kiedrowski

  1. Larry will surely will be missed here in great falls. Larry was a very nice guy and loved his coke. Love you larry.

  2. I am so very sad that Larry is gone. I cried so hard reading all the comments and remembering the many times that I saw Larry. Years ago when I was coming out of the library one evening I asked if I could get him some money and he allowed me to and he said thank you; he was so gentle. I am sure that this is so hard and has been for years on all of his family, and I just want you to know that Great Falls also considered him to be part of our family; you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. May you rest in peace Larry

  4. Larry will be missed in Great Falls. He was a great guy, always had a smile on his face,.
    I will miss seeing him and his awesome carts!
    My deepest condolences to your family

  5. Janice, AndFamily , sorry for your loss,our prayers are with you. Jeanne & Mike Kase

  6. I remembèr walking across the bridge when i met mlarry he offered me a seat on his cooler and handed me a pop after that we would talk every so often ill miss ur smile my friend

  7. Larry may your kind and gentle soul Rest In Peace now…..

  8. It truly saddened me to hear about Larry’s passing. I no longer live in Montana, however, I have fond memories of small interactions with Larry. He was a kind man who unfortunately was in his own little world. My condolences to his family.

  9. Larry you were like a light fixture that completed Great Falls, you were always a kind person. You are already missed by many, RIP

  10. May God rest your soul. I’ve always enjoyed and had a pleasure talking to you. Thank you for your service to this great Nation. Enjoy walking on the streets of gold in the kingdom of Heaven. Rick Stogie English

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