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Larry William Horinek


March 26, 2018

Larry William Horinek

Larry William Horinek, 60, passed away suddenly and went to meet his heavenly Father on March 20, 2018.

Larry was born on July 20, 1957, in Havre, Montana, to Richard and Ruth (Klemetson) Horinek. He grew up on the family farm north of Hingham and graduated from Hingham High School in 1975. Larry attended the Helena Vo-Tech, completing an ag diesel degree in 1977. Dec. 17, 1977, he married the love of his life, Alou Morrison, and they spent the next 40 years raising their family and enjoying the life they built together.

Larry was a member of the crew that built the Big Bud tractors in Havre and later managed Hingham Motors and the Farmers Union Cenex in Rudyard. He took great pride in his work and always strove to find ways to be successful at his endeavors there. Larry spent most of his life living in Hingham and was actively involved in his community. He spent many years as a Hingham town councilman, chief of the Hingham Volunteer Fire Department, and as a first responder/EMT.  

Larry’s greatest joy was sharing his love for Christ and was ever gaining knowledge about his faith. He served as an associate pastor and later senior pastor of the Hingham Foursquare Church for the past 24 years and spent nearly every Saturday evening studying scripture and contemplating the message he would deliver to those who would hear the next day.

Larry will be forever remembered by his wife, Alou; their children, Lewis, Dustin (Lisa), and Brianne (Erik) Martini; grandchildren, Zoey, Katelyn, Ryker, Jocelyn and Paige; his mother, Ruth; and brothers, Mike (Carol), Dan (Sherri), and Mark (Teri) and many nieces and nephews.

A funeral service in memory of Larry will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at the Hingham Foursquare Church (formerly the Hingham Lutheran church building) with burial at the Hingham Cemetery. A reception will follow. Memorial donations can be made to the Rudyard ambulance. 

Condolences can be made to Larry’s memorial page at http://www.asperfh.com.

“Well done thou good and faithful servant!”


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