Larry Pascoe

Larry B. Pascoe

Saturday, February 8th, 1947 - Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
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Larry B. “Cabbie” Pascoe, 73, of Stevensville, passed away, Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at his home.

Due to COVID-19, a Celebration of Life Service will held and announced at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Starks & Menchinger Chapel, St. Joseph. Memorial donations in Larry’s name may be made to Animal Aide. Those wishing to sign Larry’s Memory Book online may do so at

Larry was born February 8, 1947 in Coldwater, Michigan to Donald & Elizabeth (Ivaska) Pascoe. He graduated from Coldwater High School, Class of 1965. Larry was employed for many years as an Iron Worker for the local union. He contributed to the construction of the D. C. Cook Nuclear Plant and many of Whirlpool’s buildings in the area. Most recently, he was employed as a sales rep for Best Manufacturing of Menlo, Georgia. He retired in 2010 after fifteen years of service. On April 21, 1991, he married Angela Walker in St. Joseph. Larry was a member of the Lakeshore Masonic Lodge #298 in Benton Harbor, where he earned the title of Master Mason. In his free time, Larry enjoyed anything and everything about cars, his main interest being in Street Rods. He was the organizer of the annual Mike Yore Car Show on the Bluff in St. Joseph, and the Rendezvous at Riverview Car Show for Lakeshore Masonic Lodge #298. He cherished the time spent with his family and his friends.

Larry is survived by his wife Angela; his mother Liz Pascoe of Fernandina Beach, FL; his children-Tim Brown of Kalamazoo, Michaelene (Vince) Hultman of Tinley Park, IL, Jamie Pascoe of St. Joseph; five grandchildren-Alexis & Isabella Brown, Rachel, Jessica & Daniel Hultman; and two close friends-Steve Wright of Stevensville & Jerry Olney of Sarasota, FL. He was preceded in death by his father, Donald.
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Due to COVID-19 there will be no services at this time. A Celebration of Life will be planned and announced at a later date. Memorial donations in Larry's name may be made to Animal Aide.


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Tom Torri

Posted at 10:02am
Enjoyed the golf games we had at Indian Lake Hills.
Tom Torri

John McLellan

Posted at 10:29pm
I first met Larry when he was a customer at Lane Automotive. I sold him parts for his ‘48 Anglia street rod and as the car went together, our friendship grew. “Cabbie” helped me at the annual Lane car show for several years and we ultimately paired up as judges at the Kessler Concours on the Bluff. A fine man, a loyal friend and a fellow hot rodder, Larry will be missed. Godspeed, my friend.🙏🏻

Roy W Dost

Posted at 09:45pm
We are very sorry to hear about Larry. We enjoyed so much meeting him at the bagel shop for coffee and 'old car Mondays'. Larry's passion for cars was evident in the stories he shared. He was always ready to help any of his friends if they needed a hand. Roy enjoyed an occasional round of golf with Cabbie. He was a good friend and we will miss him a lot. --Roy and Shirley Dost

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