Larry Wayne Masoner
Reverend Larry Masoner, 68 year old Mooreland resident, died Friday, November 1, 2019 at his home. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am Wednesday, November 6, 2019 in the First United Methodist Church of Woodward with Reverend Lesly Broadbent officiating. Interment will follow in Elmwood Cemetery with the Billings Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Larry Wayne Masoner was born on October 28, 1951 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; he was the son of Frankie Wayne and Joella Pauline (Judkins) Masoner. Larry attended Spencer Elementary School, and graduated from Star Spencer High School. He then earned his Bachelors Degree in Education from the University of Central Oklahoma. Larry taught high school Science at Stroud High School. He worked for the City of Moore, before going to work for Norman Supply Company. He continued his education earning his Masters in Divinity from Phillips University in Enid. Larry then began his career with the United Methodist Church serving churches in Vian, Waynoka, Woodward, Watonga, and Mooreland United Methodist where he retired from. Larry was currently working part time at the Vici, and Lenora churches. He was united in marriage to Kelly Lee DeWolf on November 4, 1999 in Woodward, Oklahoma where they made their home.

He loved church camp, golfing, fishing, road trips, dinner and movie with Eddie and Patty. Larry loved his family and friends. He liked watching college football games while texting Carter. The White Sox and the Beatles were also some of his favorites. Larry was known to play the guitar, harmonica, the mandolin, as well as the cow bell, he could always be heard saying, "More Cow Bell".

Larry was a member of the United Methodist Church, and the Ministerial Alliance.

Larry is survived by his loving wife, Kelly of the home; sister, Kathy Altstatt; brothers, Dennis Masoner and Nancy Pierce; Ronnie Masoner and wife Vickie all of Oklahoma City; several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, other family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents; brother-law, Bobby Altstatt and sister-in-law, Stephanie Masoner.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Canyon Camp with the funeral accepting the contributions.

Remembrances may be shared online at www.billingsfuneralhomewoodward.com
Published on November 4, 2019

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David Cressman
Nov 13, 2019
Larry was a valued colleague and friend. At conferences, at camps, he was a joy. I miss him.
Rachelle
Nov 07, 2019
Larry was our preacher at Watonga. He was a very kind and sensitive person. He visited my father while my dad was in the hospital at OKC. We were blessed by his comforting words and presence. I will never forget his smile and his friendly demeanor and always putting others first. Heaven is lucky to have him. He will be missed. Love to the family. ❤️
Linda Richardson murphy
Nov 06, 2019
So very sorry. A great guy!!!
Anita Ballance
Nov 06, 2019
I appreciated his visit when Arlen was In the hospital and welcoming us in their home over a holiday when we were not able to be with family.
Jack and Lou Rother
Nov 06, 2019
With prayers and heartfelt sympathy, Kelly and family. Larry, "the Flash", will be long remembered for his generous and gentle heart. So glad that our paths crossed.
George and Norma Lupton
Nov 05, 2019
Kelly and family, Please accept our heartfelt condolences the passing of Larry. God has taken him home and made him well. I met Larry in seminary. We were in the same districts for years. W we worked a lot of Church camps together. I was co-dean and Norma, was camp nurse, at some of the camps. He was such a servant to 1000's of youths and also his local churches. Some once said, upon the death of a loved one, "God finally caught his eye."
Larry was God's good and faithful servant. Always active. Deeply devoted. Sincere in every word and deed. God finally caught his eye and beckoned him home for well-deserved, eternal rest. May you find comfort. in knowing that Larry, I s
...in the arms of his Savior, Jesus Christ. We cannot be there for his celebration of life, but we are there in spirit. In Christ, Rev, George, Norma and RebeccaRead more