Larry W. Prunty of Pittsburgh, PA was born on September 21, 1933 to the late John Prunty and Almeda Moore of Virginia.
Larry attended Westinghouse High School where he was an avid athlete. He received his diploma in 1952. After graduation, he enlisted in the Army where he became involved in cooking, basketball and baseball. Larry was honorably discharged in 1956.
After serving his country he returned to Pittsburgh and was employed with the City of Pittsburgh as a Route Foreman. After twenty years of service he retired.
Larry enjoyed life. He was a happy father and friend and was loved by all. He lived in the Homewood section of Pittsburgh and enjoyed visiting different bars and he would always greet you with "Hey Baby You Need Anything?"
Larry departed this life on April 24, 2018 at home. He was preceded in death by 4 brothers: Richard, Kenyon. Lorenzo and Clarence; 4 sisters: Olivia, Cleo, Evelyn and Lois.
Lefte to mourn his memory are one son, Larry (Laure) Prunty; two daughters, Charlene Prunty and Dawn (Neal) Rice; ten grandchildren, William, Vernon, Tionna, Michael, Larae, Lenise, Leah, Chakeda, Yana and John; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Dad you were the beat to my heart.
The right hand to my left hand.
The calm to my Storm, The Pod to my Peas.
The strength to my weakness.
The security to my Blanket.
The moon to my stars.
And now you will be the bright light to my dark Sky.
Written by: Tubby