Lawrence Ray Colwell

June 13, 1949 - September 29, 2016
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Lawrence Ray Colwell, 67 of Columbus, Brown County, Indiana, passed away Thursday, September 29, 2016, at his home. He was born June 13, 1949, in McRoberts, Kentucky, the son of the late Paul and Kathrine (Berry) Colwell. He married Lynetta F. Maurer on June 7, 1995, and she survives. Lawrence retired from Cummins Engine CompanyContinue Reading

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George Watts left a message on May 16, 2017:
i'm sorry i am a little late with this,i don't have internet at home so i at the Library right now. I've lost a Friend whom i consider almost a Brother. I've always called him Larry from the first time i met him at Cummins when i started working with him in Fuel Pump Test in 1973. Up until the Middle 80's when we again was working together in Engine Test we did a lot of funny,interesting,serious and stupid things. Along with Jimmy McIntosh we conspired to straighten out the World,needless to say we didn't get the job done,but damn did we have Fun. I remember you youngens back in the 70's and 80's but with me and Larry working at differant Plants/Shifts i lost connact with you,though not Larry.He thought highly of and loved all of you. He was a great friend. To Lynetta,You did s fine job with Larry.I know he thought highly of you.Your Love gave him more Joy.You straighten out a few curves in his life,which is what he needed and deserved .My thoughts is with you.To the rest of the kids,grandkids and great grandkids ,I know he thought highly and loved you all.I consider Larry as close as a brother .I didn't get to see him as much as i would have liked since we retired. He is not a person easy to forget,cause i know his other friends and i won't .My thoughts and love is with you all. Lloyd George Watts ,aka Dodah! plus a hundred other nicknames. Larry RIP.
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