ForeverMissed
On September 6th, just short of two weeks after his 61st birthday, Lawrence Lee Koebernik Sr.- known to everyone as Larry - passed away due to complications of Heart Failure.

Larry was born on August 27th, 1959 in Salem County to George and Helen Koebernik. He leaves behind three adult children, two grandchildren, and four siblings. For those who knew Larry, they know the last year had been an ongoing battle with health issues that started this same time last year. And while they were a hurdle for him, Larry had no intentions of letting those issues get the best of him. He worked, and worked hard to get himself back to health, back to work, and back onto his own two feet. And while it may have been shorter lived than anyone could have predicted, he did succeed in doing just that. Larry passed on his way to work, something he was eager to get back to. And those closest to him are proud of the progress he made, and know he appreciated everyone who stayed by his side and cheered him on. 

Larry, while always the first to tell you exactly what was on his mind (whether you asked or not), was a kind man who enjoyed his family and friends and keeping active; sixty one was only a number as far as he was concerned. He loved a big meal, a good deal, and of course, his Philadelphia Eagles. He will be sorely missed by those who loved him most.

Services private at the convenience of the family.

Fertig Funeral Home, LLC

Posted by Carl Rainear on September 27, 2020
Condolences to the Koebernik family at this time of sorrow
i remember Larry coming into JCP downtown Bridgeton with his mom Helen for many years. Larry was around 12 years old at the time
Remember the Good Times to carry you thru this time of Sorrow
Rest In Peace

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Posted by Carl Rainear on September 27, 2020
Condolences to the Koebernik family at this time of sorrow
i remember Larry coming into JCP downtown Bridgeton with his mom Helen for many years. Larry was around 12 years old at the time
Remember the Good Times to carry you thru this time of Sorrow
Rest In Peace
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Shared by Donna Rollins on September 22, 2020
You’ve taught me a lot about life and how to love someone including you as my best friend and I won’t ever forget you no matter what love and miss you every day fly high with the angels and the Eagles R.I.P. ! Love you Larry and miss you so much ! Love , your best friend Donna Rollins