Larry Boulineau

Born: Thu., Feb. 24, 1955
Died: Mon., Jan. 25, 2021


1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Fri., Jan. 29, 2021
Location: Oaky Grove Baptist Church Cemetery

Graveside Service

2:00 PM Fri., Jan. 29, 2021
Location: Oaky Grove Baptist Church Cemetery

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Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors announces the death of Mr. Larry Boulineau, age, 65, of Kite, GA, on Monday, January 25, 2021, at Fairview Park Hospital in Dublin, Georgia.

Graveside services will be conducted at Oaky Grove Baptist Church Cemetery at 2:00 PM on Friday, January 29, 2021 with Rev. Trent Boulineau officiating and Rev. Ray Jenkins and Rev. Burton Dixon to assist.

The family will be receiving friends Friday, January 29, 2021 from 1-2 PM at the Oaky Grove Church near Wrightsville, GA.

CDC social distancing will be observed. The family request masks and the church will require masks inside their facility, for your safety and the health and well being of others.

Pallbearers are Dock Claxton Jr. Steve Claxton Sr., Eddie Claxton, Terry Boulineau, Troy Boulineau, Stoney Stapleton, Ronnie Pound, and Currone “Rone” Hunter.

Honorary Pallbearers will be Tony Marcus, Eddie Marcus, Ernie Becker, and Tommy Crozier .

Mr. Larry was born February 24, 1955 in Louisville, Jefferson County, GA to Bennett and Rena Mae Marcus Boulineau, and was owner/operator of Boulineau Trucking Co. The best way to describe Larry; he was a true Family Man, would do anything they wanted, as long as it included family.  This frequently included dressing up, performing plays with his girls, and recording videos.  Larry was a hard worker and provider for his family. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, if family was along.  Cooking “pannicakes”, for his girls, was his specialty, to go with his homemade syrup.  When Larry made friendships, they were for life, and helping anyone in need was his pleasure, and anyone in need always knew who they could call. Larry was a member of Oak Chapel Baptist Church; was preceded in death by his mother, Rena Mae Marcus Boulineau, and brother, Roy Boulineau.

Survivors Include:

Wife of 46 years: Melinda Claxton Boulineau of Kite, GA.

Father: Bennett Boulineau of Kite, GA.

Daughter: Tori Boulineau Norris (James) of Kite, GA

Son: Trent Boulineau (Candi) of Adrian, GA

Grandchildren: Mattie Boulineau, Jessi Norris, Jami Norris, Sadie Boulineau, Chloe Boulineau, Josie Boulineau and Sidney Boulineau.

Father and Mother -In-Law: Dock Sr. and Shirley Claxton.

Brothers and Sisters In-Law: Dock Jr. and Tammy Claxton, Steve and Sherry Claxton.

Numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family, including his trucking friends.

Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the Oaky Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, c/o James Keyton, 432 Oaky Grove Church Road, Wrightsville, GA 31096.

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Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors is in charge of the arrangements for the funeral of Mr. Larry Boulineau of Kite, GA.


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Angie Larson-Howard Sheppard, Inc.
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
All of us here at Howard Sheppard, Inc. are so very sad at the news of Larry passing. What a sweet and kind man, friend he was. He will be missed very much.

All our love and prayers,
Larry's HSI family.

Peavy and Lanier. Hudson
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
We are so sorry. Larry was such a sweet person. We had lots of fun back in the clogging days. I know your world is turned upside down please know we will be praying for you all .I know he must have been crazy about all those little girls.

Kim and Bonnie Bullock
   Posted Thu January 28, 2021
We are so sorry to hear about Larry, we pray that God will comfort your family and rap his loving arms around you and give you peace today and the days to come.

Jo Ann Godfrey and Richard Tapley
   Posted Thu January 28, 2021
Richard and I are saddened to hear of the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends. May God comfort you as only He can.

Marie Dale
   Posted Fri January 29, 2021
Sorry about your loss. He will be greatly missed. Roger really enjoyed talking with him and sharing truck driving stories.

Cindy Claxton
   Posted Fri January 29, 2021
I was so shocked to hear about Larry's death. Even though I have not seen him or Melinda in a long time, I have loved their family for years.
Melinda, I want to address you directly because I have considered you as a wonderful, loving friend since we were little girls. I enjoyed your children when they were young. I still sometimes think about teaching them swimming lessons.
I know that life will be hard without Larry and there are no words that will make it better. Just remember if you need me, I will be there for you.
Love Ya

Johnnie Edge
   Posted Fri January 29, 2021
It's been sad this week thinking about the loss of our sweet Kite School classmate, Larry. But I wanted to share a favorite memory of those school days to hopefully bring everyone a smile. When Larry first came to Kite School, ALL the girls thought he was THE cutest thing we'd ever seen. There was even a group of girls who would literally chase him around the playground at recess. We had a very large playground then with lots of trees and bushes, so Larry had many places to hide. None of those girls ever caught him!
It was so great to read that he and Melinda had 46 happy years of marriage. I'm praying for peace and comfort for her and all the family at this time.
Johnnie Harrison Edge

Martin and Suzanne Joiner
   Posted Fri January 29, 2021
Melinda, Trent and Tori, we are so sorry, about Larry. He was a wonderful friend to P.G. He enjoyed helping Larry cut cane . Not to along they cut down cane together. Larry was a wonderful man that loved his family above anything else, but God. We are Humbling Praying, that you will be strong at this time. God is holding your hands. Our prayers will continue, as you go through your grieving time and after . Larry was a very special person. And a friend to everybody he met.

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