Larry Koenig

Larry Raymond Koenig

Sunday, May 29th, 1938 - Tuesday, October 1st, 2019
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Larry R. Koenig, 81, of Quincy passed away on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at Central Washington Hospital surrounded by his family. Larry was born on May 29, 1938 to Edgar and Marjorie (Peyer) Koenig at Robinson, ND. Larry attended school and graduated from Robinson High School in 1957. Following graduation he started working and was part of a team that brought the first telephone lines into the rural part of North Dakota.

Larry joined the United States Army serving from 1960 until his honorable discharge in 1962. On May 31, 1963 Larry married Barbara McVey in Tacoma, together they had 4 children. Following his Army discharge Larry joined the Public Utility District in Aberdeen as a journeyman lineman. In 1974 the Koenig family moved to Ephrata then to Quincy in 1978 where Larry worked for the Grant County Public Utility District for almost 20 years retiring in 1993.

Larry enjoyed fishing, playing cards at the Quincy Senior Center, woodworking in his homemade shop, golfing and traveling.

Larry is survived by his children, Deloris Conley, Marjorie Koenig, William Koenig and Glenda Koenig, special friend Marlene Stone, 9 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his siblings, Neil Koenig, Glenda Neustal, Kay Liberta and Douglas Koenig along with numerous friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Barbara in March, 1998.

In lieu of flowers memorial may be made to either the Quincy Animal Shelter or the Quincy Senior Center.

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Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel, Quincy, is assisting the family with funeral arrangements,
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Posted at 06:22am
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Cheryl Dunham

Posted at 10:44pm
Larry was my cousin but unfortunately, we didn't know each other. It's very sad to hear and I wish we'd had a chance to meet. Hugs and prayers to his family and friends.

Larry Holterhoff

Posted at 02:13pm
Larry was really a big help and support to me in my apprenticeship in the line trade and I really appreciated it. I always enjoyed working with Larry at the district before his retirement.
Larry Holterhoff


Posted at 12:19pm
Larry may have been misread as cranky, but I assure this man had a heart of gold. If you took the time to listen to his stories, you have a cherished memory that will help you through this loss.

Roxie L Pilliar

Posted at 12:13am
Larry, in general, is just a all around good guy. He was easy to talk to, I sat and had a beer and played a game of pool with him, he won, and we always had a good laugh. He had a very sweet smile. He will be very missed. Good bye my friend.

Kathie Posted at 11:02am

Buzz enjoyed working with Larry.

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