Larry L. McQueen
Larry Leon McQueen passed away at home on November 16th, 2018.
Larry was born on May 25th, 1945 in North Platte, NE. He had a diverse career background including: ranching/farming (in his youth), educator, carpentry & commercial construction management.
He was an active member of Community Bible Church of Norfolk, NE and founding member of Cornerstone Baptist Church of Lincoln, NE and Heritage Bible Church of Lincoln, NE.
He is survived by his spouse Ginny Williams-McQueen of Lincoln, NE, two sons, Scott McQueen of Omaha, NE and Tim McQueen of Lexington, MO, and 6 grandchildren.
A private service for immediate family will be held at a later date.
Any memorial gifts can be sent to the above-mentioned churches.
Graveside service at a later date.
For condolences, please fill out the form below.
Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with Larry and all his family
Mrs. McQueen, Tim, and Scott, please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this time of grieving and mourning at the loss of your husband and father. I have many fond memories of Mr. McQueen.
Dear Ginny, Tim and Scott,
We are sorry for your loss. We are reminded of God’s Word Psalm 116:15 “Precious in the sight of The Lord is the death of His Saints.”
Remembering your family in prayer.
Michael and Nikki Riley
I knew Larry when he worked in Construction starting about 1979-1980. He was a jewel. As an Architect he would come to my office and I his just to visit talk about family and work. He was always a calming force with energy to spare. I truly enjoyed working with him through out the years, he was a prince and someone I looked up to as a pattern for honesty and simplicity in business and design.
We are so very sorry for your loss recently. Larry was such a fine man and we were so fortunate to know him. He helped our family many times. He will be missed by those that knew and loved him.
What a pleasure and honor it was to have known such a loving, dear and authentic man of God. Glen and I have such fond memories of spending Thanksgiving with you and Larry. We are so sorry for your loss and know that you will miss the love of your life. Cling close to God as your comforter as you have done for the last 5 years during Larry’s illness. May you reach out to those who love, care and admire you. Find strength from God to endure the coming days. Much Love. Pamela and Glen