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Larry Baysa

December 14, 1952 — October 23, 2023


Larry Baysa, a beloved member of the community, passed away on October 23, 0023, in his hometown of Chicago. He was born on December 14, 1952, to his parents Lee Baysa and Albert Lewis.

Throughout his life, Larry was known for his career in the railroad industry. His dedication and hard work made a lasting impact on the transportation sector. Larry pursued his passion with unwavering determination and became a respected figure among his colleagues.

Beyond his professional achievements, Larry had many other facets to his personality that endeared him to those around him. His love for music resonated deep within his soul, and he was often found humming tunes or dancing to the rhythm of a catchy melody. This passion brought joy not only to Larry but also to those who had the pleasure of experiencing it alongside him.

Family meant everything to Larry, and he cherished each moment spent with his loved ones. As a family-oriented person, he prioritized creating lasting memories with each member of his family. His presence during gatherings brought an infectious energy that filled the room with laughter and warmth.

Larry's outgoing nature naturally drew people towards him, and as a result, he formed strong bonds with countless friends throughout his life. His caring disposition and genuine concern for others made him a trusted confidant and a reliable source of support for those lucky enough to know him.

In addition to his charisma and kindness, Larry possessed an in-charge attitude that commanded respect. He had an uncanny ability to navigate through challenges with grace and wisdom. This trait impressed upon all who knew him that Larry could be relied upon during times of difficulty.

Larry's thirst for knowledge led him to pursue higher education, where he obtained an associate's degree. He always sought new opportunities for growth and self-improvement—an inspiration to all those around him.

Larry will be deeply missed by his loving sister Linda Lewis, niece Jamela Burke and great nephew MaLarhi Burke-Craine. They will forever carry his memory in their hearts, cherishing the moments and memories they shared.

As we bid farewell to Larry Baysa, we celebrate his life and the indelible impact he made on our lives. May we remember him for his fun-loving spirit, caring nature, and unwavering determination. In our hearts, Larry's legacy lives on, a testament to the power of love, friendship, and a life well-lived.

Arrangements entrusted to Chicagoland Cremation Options of Schiller Park, IL.

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