Dr. Lawrence Leo Loughead, 1932-2017

Dr. Lawrence Leo Loughead  was born Monday, July 18, 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio .

he died Tuesday, July 25, 2017. his recorded age was 85.

he was a veteran  of the Navy.

his remains can be found at Flint Cemetery in plot 5  - lot Col. Un #  - space B-3 (view map) .
Arrangements were made by Schoedinger Funeral Service. The burial took place on Monday, September 24, 2018.
Contact Walnut Grove and Flint Cemeteries for more information.

Lawrence Leo Loughead, DDS passed from this life on July 25, having been well loved and respected. Born 1932 to Margaret and S. Edwin Loughead in Cleveland, OH. He graduated from John Marshall High School, Miami University in 1954 and The Ohio State University College of Dentistry cum laude in 1961. Receiving a NROTC Scholarship, he proudly served as a commissioned officer aboard the USS Maloy. He had many good stories and fond memories of his Navy years. He married Alice Fair Loughead June 12, 1954 after meeting her on his first day at Miami University; they were happily married for 63 years. He is survived by his wife Alice, sons Dr. Jeffrey (Mindy), Dr. Douglas (Lisa), daughter Dr. Erin (Aaron) Whittaker and grandchildren Brittany (Pat) Grannan, Molly (Mike) Egnot, Connor , Graham, Katherine, Annelise, Mackenzie Loughead; Jack, Mitchell, and Tessa Whittaker; two great-grandchildren-Amelia and Curtis. He is also survived by sisters Ruth (Allen) Sturges and Linda (Dr. Albert) Saleker, brother-in-law Ken (Linda) Fair. Predeceased by parents and sister Margaret Loughead. Larry's generosity and his commitment to education positively influenced many people. He practiced dentistry in Clintonville for 50 years; much of his dental work is still in use! His passions included auto racing with his sons, golf, euchre, and the Cleveland Indians. Larry was a 39 year member of Sports Car Club of America receiving the Mechanic of the Year award in 2006. He was a member of Maple Grove United Methodist church. Larry kept a good sense of humor even near the end and we will miss his wit. The family wishes to thank Dr. Tom Sweeney and Dr. John Burgers for Larry's excellent care during his 19-year

Cemetery notes:

Peacetime, Navy (1955-1957)