Larry D. Heyser
04-25-1948 - 05-27-2020
Country: United States | State: Missouri | City: Grandview

Larry D. Heyser, 72, of Grandview, Missouri passed away surrounded by family on May 27, 2020. A Private family viewing will be held Tuesday, June 2, 2020 with a Graveside service to follow at


Larry was born on April 25, 1948 on the Great Lakes Military base in Illinois to the loving union of Delbert & Betty Heyser. Growing up in liberty, Missouri Larry always loved spending time with his family and community. His love for the community continued when Larry married Mary Raines and they moved to Grandview, Mo and raised 3 amazing children.

Larry was a faithful employee of the Ford Motor company and enjoyed the opportunity to purchase a vehicle for all his grandchildren. Larry love spreading joy and happiness, which is why Larry never met a stranger and was always giving to others especially when his community needed a hand up. That passion to serve came from the great pride he had serving in the United States Air Force. An honor he had instilled in him from a young age being raised in a Military family. Larry loved his children but his grandchildren gave him the greatest joy. He loved being apart of their lives and taking any opportunity to talk sports with them.  He always said if he could see the Royals win another World Series and the Chiefs a Superbowl his life would be complete. Larry received that gift and his life was complete the day he was reunited with his daughter Allison.

Larry’s favorite pastime was picking on his Alexa his Grandson Matthew help set up for him. He had a passion for Golfing in fact he was a Marshall for the club. Larry loved to swim and be outside enjoying his family.

Larry was preceded in death by his parents and daughter Allison Wiesemann. He is survived by his wife Mary Heyser, Son and Daughter in law Michael & Pam Heyser, Son Alan Heyser, and Son in law Mark Wiesemann. Grandchildren Matthew & Jennifer Wiesemann and Collin Heyser.

Larry will be greatly missed by all his friends and community.

Larry had a love for animals and would like Memorial Contributions to be made to Wayside Waifs, 3901 Martha Truman Rd, Kansas City, Missouri 64137.

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