Larry Babcock

Obituary of Larry Joe Babcock

Larry Joe Babcock, 65, of Falconer passed away unexpectedly Tuesday (June 15, 2021) in Hamot, Hospital. He was born December 6, 1955 in Warren, PA the son of the late Elwyn and Edith Carlson Babcock. Larry was a 1974 graduate of Falconer High School and recently retired from Black Stone Advanced Technology, and was employed with Crawford’s furniture for 38 years. He was the “life of the party” everywhere he went, and when nights ended, you probably heard him say “I can’t feel my legs”. He was loved by all of his family and friends. Larry enjoyed hunting and fishing, camping, the outdoors, golf, riding his Harley. He was an avid Buffalo Bills Fan and loved President Donald Trump and stood behind his President, “Making America Great Again.” Larry Babcock will be loved and missed by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife Connie E. Caldwell Babcock of Falconer who he married February 14, 1983 in Falconer; two daughters: Stephanie Jo Babcock- Reichardt (Ron) of Jamestown, Lisa Babcock (Jon Ross) of Falconer; a grandson Alex Babcock; a brother: Lee (Diane) Babcock of Ellington, a sister: Dawn (Randy) English of Russell, PA; his mother-in-law Betty “Gigi” Berglund of Falconer; Bandit their loved, but a pain in the butt dog; many nieces, nephews and cousins. Besides his parents he is preceded in death by his father-in-law Henry Berglund, his dog Katie May and his grand-dog Buster Joe which he spoiled as well. Visitation will not be observed. A celebration of Life which will be “A Party” will be held Sunday July 11, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. at Breezewood Links in Falconer. In lieu of flowers memorials may be donated to the Falconer Fire Department 115 Davis St., Falconer, NY 147333., or the Keystone Elk County Alliance (KECA) 134 Homestead Drive. Benezette, PA 15821.
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