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Lawrence Pohl
Born in New Mexico
48 years
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Be open to your dreams, people. Embrace that distant shore. Because our mortal journey is over all too soon.David Assael

This memorial website was created to remember our dearest Lawrence Adolph Pohl Sr. who was born in New Mexico Albuquerque on July 18, 1959 and passed away on August 25, 2007. You will live forever in our memories and hearts.


Some of us called him Adolph from birth and some called him Larry after he grew up and moved out of the 'nest' ,,,

Larry was the one that was always making sure we all knew what was going on with the family,he was the reason that the only family reunion in the history of the family came to happen,



Lawrence A. Pohl Sr,
July 18,1959 to August 25, 2007
Born in Albuquerque,New Mexico
Laid to rest in The Pohl Family Cemetery,Scholle,NM
Raised in Scholle New Mexico on Pohl family ranch,
resided in Denver Colo. for a few years lately of Utah,
He was preceded in death by Grandparents
Clarence A.Pohl and Mary V. Pohl of Scholle,NM
Grand mother
Ruby M. Moss Lubock,Texas
Father: Lawrence Arthur Pohl of Santa Fe,NM
Niece: Verna Mae Lewis of Scholle,NM
Larry is survived by
A Daughter Alicia R. Pohl her Three daughters Alyssa 11, Aundraya 8 and Mariah 4
A Daughter Sara M. Pohl and her three daughters Jessika 7, Brianna 5 and Ashley3
A son Larry A. Pohl jr. and his Wife Jamie All of Denver Colo.
A Brother Clarence Wade Pohl and Family of Manchester,Tenn
A Sister Katha L. Pohl and her 2 sons Jason Lee and wife Joyce and Jason's 2 children Trinity and Clarence  Lewis Scholle,New Mexico
and Maurice Adolph Lewis Salt Lake,Utah

Mother Merideth A. Janutolo Lubock,Texas
Many Uncles, Aunts, Cousins and Friends.


Larry entered into rest outside of Vernal,Utah
   August 25,2007
Larry  was a over the road heavy haul driver for many miles on many roads in this Great USA, He will be missed by all that knew and loved him friends and family alike.
 Your lil sis, Kat
Hey, when you pull  into that
last Truck Stop up there ,give
Verna a hug from me, huh?
She's waiting for ya Uncle.
 Larrys years were not long here,

The ones that were, fill me with cheer

But they are now memories I fear

And when I vist them they are so dear

I'll never see them again thats clear

So please excuse me, when my eyes do tear

    By J.Wimberly