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Lawrence (Larry) Leroy Scoggins

CASTLE DALE- Lawrence Leroy Scoggins, age 66, passed away at Castleview Hospital on March 25, 2007, after a sudden illness.

He was born Sept. 25, 1940, in Bakersfield, Calif. to Claude and Louise Scoggins and was one of 11 children.

Larry lived most of his life in California, when he was young he was an ironworker and a firefighter. He also served two years in the U.S. Army. After he came to Utah he became a truck driver and did that until he retired.

He loved playing with his grandchildren. He enjoyed going to garage and yard sales and liked doing odd jobs for his family and friends. Larry will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Claude and two brothers, Eddie and Bruce.

Survived by his wife, Lee Ann Scoggins, Orangeville; son, David (Barbara) Scoggins, Spring Glen; his daughter, Mindy (Jesse) Vipperman, Castle Dale; and eight grandchildren. Also survived by his mother, Louise Scoggins, Joshua Tree, Calif.; his sisters, Sharilyn (Roger) Dau, Downey, Calif.; Marilyn (Melvin) Reck, Moreno Valley, Calif.; Karen (Paul) Peavey, Shelby, N.C.; Patty Scoggins, Calif.; his brothers, Steve (Diane) Scoggins, La Mirada, Calif.; Robert (Sherry) Scoggins, Redlands, Calif.; Mike Scoggins, Las Vegas, Nev.; Jeff Scoggins, Las Vegas, Nev.

On Mon., March 26, the family held a small private ceremony, arrangements under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home.

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