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Mr. Larry D. Zachery
  • 62 years old
  • Date of birth: Mar 24, 1952
  • Date of passing: Sep 22, 2014
Let the memory of Mr. Larry be with us forever

Zachery, Mr. Larry D., a resident of Palmetto, GA and former resident of Five Points, AL, died Monday, September 22, 2014 in Emory St. Joseph Hospital, Atlanta, GA.

Funeral services for Mr. Larry D. Zachery are scheduled for Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 12:00 Noon (Central Time) from Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church, Five Points, AL with Pastor Ollie Simpson, Officiating and Bishop William A. McGhee as Eulogist.

Public Viewing is scheduled for Friday, September 26, 2014 beginning at 1:00 p.m. and culminating with Family Hour from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) from Davis Memorial Mortuary Chapel.

 Professional services provided by Davis Memorial Mortuary Inc. in Valley Alabama. 

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by I Davis on 3rd October 2014

"The pain, the grief, and the feelings of helplessness can seem unbearable when losing a love one. May the love of family, friend and cherished memories help in the coming days. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.  God's comforting words has been source of comfort to us. Ps 83:18   Isa 25:8"

This tribute was added by Mark Alewine on 25th September 2014

"I had the pleasure of working with Larry for 13 years at WSB Radio in Atlanta.  "Night Train," as we called him, was a tremendous talent who brought a world of experience to our shift together.  Because I was the overnight news anchor, Larry always called me "Cronkite."  I will dearly miss my friend and colleague.  My deepest condolences to the Zachery family in tghis time of great loss.  Rest In Peace Train!!"

This tribute was added by Johnny Bee on 24th September 2014

"My best memories of you are the QXIE days when I was doing record promotion. R.I.P. Old DJ!!!!"

This tribute was added by Jordan Graye on 24th September 2014

"Train, you are such a strong and gentle spirit.  I'll never forget first meeting you in the White Columns building overnight 2a-4a when I came into learn the board way back in 1989!  I was scared of you at first, then realized you're such a warm teddy bear!  I remember cleaning your house in Palmetto once before you were discharged from St. Joe's...and taking you to dialysis during that little ice thing in 2011.  And of course, the wonderful spiritual talks we'd have in the control room.  Quixie in the Sky is sounding even better now that you're home. Love you and miss you much. So glad you can rest after fighting the good fight. xoxo"

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