Andrew Lawrence (Larry) Seubert, 67

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COTTONWOOD: Andrew Lawrence (Larry) Seubert, age 67, passed away October 13, 2021 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood, Idaho, following a courageous battle with colon cancer.  Born on April 2nd, 1954, he was the seventh child born to Andrew and Isabelle Seubert.  

He was an avid supporter of the Prairie High School sports programs and attended many of the competitions.  

He is survived by siblings and many nieces and nephews. 

A private graveside service for close family members is in the works. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements are under the direction of the Blackmer Funeral Home, Grangeville. Send condolences to the family to

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  • Rennie Patricia says:

    To all the Subert family prayers for you all as you move thru this sad tim RIP Larry

  • Vivia Enneking says:

    Larry was a great friend. He will be missed by many friends here in Cottonwood. I am sure he will be watching all the Prairie ballgames along with the Gonzaga Bulldogs from heaven above.

  • Carla Nuxoll says:

    My dear cousins,
    Larry was a constant at the Nuxoll household at the 4th of July for many years. We could count on him for a few stories and to be there to help Mom as she needed firewood or a bit of company. I remember one year that Jim and I met up with Larry in Las Vegas, had dinner together, and heard about his adventures there and on his drives around the country. We even pulled a slot or two, but neither of us were much in the gambling area. I admired his swimming prowess and saved a clipping and picture of him with his medals. In sympathy, Carla Nuxoll RIP cousin Larry.

  • Joe & Kathy Kuther says:

    Be assured that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. Larry was one of a kind and he will be missed.

  • Theresa Carter says:

    Although I taught in Cottonwood for 21 years, my biggest connection with Larry was through swimming in Clarkston. I would often bump into him when I was training for triathlons; he remembered me, and would always visit with me about swimming, Prairie sports, and bowling. He was such a kind soul. He’ll be missed by the whole community.

  • Mader Lori says:

    Love you and will miss all your support

  • Lenore Forsman says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Larry will be missed

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