Lawrence “Larry” Robert Mick

Born: 02/18/1948 Passed:

The life of Lawrence (Larry) Robert Mick of West Chester, Ohio, came full circle February 18, when he left this planet 68 years to the day after his birth. He found peace after a valiant battle with a respiratory illness. He was born on February 18, 1948, in Hamilton, Ohio, to Herbert George and Edna Mae (Martin) Mick.

He leaves behind to mourn his loss, his best friend and wife Maureen (Fleming); sons, Lawrence H. (Cindy) of Cleveland and Craig P. (Sheila) of Phoenix; and the love of his life, grandchildren, Darwin and Azara. Also surviving are his brother Dave (Rachel) of Jupiter, Florida; and dozens of adoring nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his only daughter, Tina Marie Mick, who died when she was three years old and left an everlasting hole in his heart. Also preceding him in death were his parents; his three brothers: William, John (Joni) and Herbert (Karen) Mick; and four sisters: Mary Lou (Robert) Moran, Sr. Loretta Mick SFP, Betty (James) Fath and Evelyn (Ronald) Jones.

Larry led a gregarious life, as he was charismatic, loved imparting laughter and had the ability to make those around him feel valued. His career was in banking and finance as a Senior Vice President at Key Bank managing trust operations, but his joy was derived from teaching and mentoring his staff to ensure they had opportunities to succeed. He often said, “My goal is to work myself out of a job because everything is working smoothly.”

Family and friends are welcome to a celebration luncheon of Larry’s life at Brazenhead Irish Pub, 5650 Tylersville Rd., Mason, Ohio from noon to three-o’clock on Saturday, February 27th. Services will be private. If so desired, contributions in Larry’s memory may be made to Franciscan Sisters of the Poor, 60 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215. Condolences and special memories may be shared below.

5 Tributes to Lawrence “Larry” Robert Mick

  1. Susan Seegers Brandhoff says:

    Larry and I went to St. Joseph’s Elementary School. Back then he was a jokester. Loved to tease the girls. Spent a lot of attention to his glorious blonde head of hair.
    Last time I saw him was when I traveled back home for our 10th high school reunion. He ran up Gave me a hug and proceeded to tell anyone within hearing that I was the one who chipped his front tooth at St. Joes.
    I’m glad to know he had a full life and was an encouraged to others
    I will keep his family in my prayers

    • Maureen Mick says:

      Thank you Susan for that great memory! You will be happy to know he never changed and made me laugh every day. Thanks again for reaching out.

  2. Mary Jo McCutchen says:

    I’m so grateful to have “met” you, Maureen. Your insights and words of wisdom have meant a lot to me. Know that I will keep a prayer in my heart for you, and for your Larry as well, although I would imagine he has gone to a far better place just now. From reading the posts of your loved ones who knew him, I can see that he was a very remarkable person. Sending much love to you and your family.

    • Mary Jo McCutchen says:

      Hi again Maureen. Well, now I have met you, dear. What a beautiful reception and gathering of your friends and family. I’m happy that I was a part of it. God bless.

    • Maureen Mick says:

      Mary Jo,

      You are such a sweetheart!!! Thank you for caring so much.

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