Larry Thornhill

Larry G. Thornhill

1951 - 2021

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Larry G. Thornhill, age 70, a resident of Philippi, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Wednesday December 8, 2021 under the care of Mountain Hospice. Larry was preceded in death by parents Jon D. and Louise (Glendening) Thornhill and sister Patricia “Patti” Thornhill. Larry was born on October 7, 1951 in Philippi. He moved away in his childhood years to California, he graduated from North Hollywood Community of Los Angeles High School and returned back to Philippi soon after. Larry is survived by one brother William “Ray” Thornhill of California. Also three children, Kristina Crites and husband Jonathan, Larry James Thornhill, Alysia Morgan Thornhill Four grandchildren, Isaiah, Christian “Shaune”, Brealynn, Ethan Larry was a very sociable person he never went without a smile. He loved collecting coins, and baseball cards. He worked many different places, including Save-Mor, Mountaineer Mart, C & S Gas “Charlies” and retired after 20 years from Grafton Wal-mart. But his greatest achievement in life was accepting Jesus Christ as his Savior What a day that will be, when my Jesus I shall see, and I look upon his face, the one who saved me by his grace, when he takes he by the hand, and leads me through the Promised Land, what a day, glorious day that will be. There’ll be no sorrows there, no more burdens to bear, no more sickness and no more pain, no more parting over there, but forever I will be, with the one who died for me, what a day, glorious day that will be. What a day that will be, when my Jesus I shall see, when I look upon his face, the one who saved me by his grace. In honor of Larry’s request cremation will be honored.
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