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Larry Nadler Edwards
August 16, 1959 ~ November 25, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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Rev. Larry Nadler Edwards was born August 16, 1959, to Laura Mae Edwards and Horace Crowdley in Innis, La. He graduated from Rosenwald High School then later joined the Army and served for 12 years. He was baptized at a young age, even while being stationed away from home he kept God first. After returning home from the Army he accepted his calling into the ministry as one of God’s humble servants. He allowed God to not only use him as a teacher of God’s word but as a Prophet. Later in Life he United with New Freedom Ministries under the Leadership of Pastor Burnette Edwards.
He worked for Lorain County as a Bus Driver, and he also drove big trucks. Later on, he was united in holy matrimony to Betty Jean Edwards. He leaves to cherish his memories with one son Larry N Edwards Jr., one daughter Coushatta Edwards, stepson Brandon T Brazil, six sisters Ethel Mae Edwards Stovall, Pastor Burnette Edwards, Gwen, Rhonda, Wanda, Carolyn. Three brothers Jerry L Edwards, Anthony R Edwards, Ledalle Crowley and a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Laura Mae Edwards, Horace Crowdley, wife Betty Edwards, sisters Lela M. Edwards and Ruth Mae Edwards, brother Lorenzo Edwards.
He was a Jokester, but he also would let you know when you got on his nerves. He loved the Blues and Soulful music like Bobby Blue Bland, BB King, James Brown and more. He was full of life and fought to the end. He loved him some Baked chicken, rice, gravy, corn, red beans and rice, and also gumbo. He loved to go fishing and his favorite colors were black, navy and light blue.
A viewing will be held Friday December 15th, 2023, at 10am with a service to begin at 11am at Carter Funeral Home 3001 Elyria Ave Lorain, OH 44055