Lawrence M. Mazanec January 29, 1936 - September 13, 2018

Age 82, of Mendota Heights

Preceded in death by brother, Ronald. Survived by wife, Lois; children, Stephen, David (Lori) and Michele Mazanec; grandchildren, Marshall and Nicole Mazanec; Alessandro Venturi; sister-in-law, Barbara Mazanec.

Larry Mazanec was an outstanding athlete for St. Agnes High School, playing baseball, basketball, and football. He then went on to graduate from the College of St. Thomas with a degree in accounting and soon after became a CPA. He was a successful business owner, President of the Northern Dakota County Chamber of Commerce, and President of the Optimist Club. In his later years he became an avid golfer and tennis player. He was respected and admired by many.

Larry was also a loving and caring husband and father, providing well for his family and showing support for his children throughout his lifetime. He and his wife Lois were married for 53 years. Their love for each other shined most when they were on the dance floor together. He adored his three grandchildren and was very proud of their athleticism and musical talent. Those who knew him would say he was a kind, gentle man who was always able to find the good in everyone. Larry will be dearly missed by all.

Memorials preferred to Lewy Body Dementia Association.

Memorial Mass of Christian Burial 11:00 AM Wednesday September 19 at the Church of St. Joseph, 1154 Seminole Ave., West St. Paul. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation at Willwerscheid Natural Burial & Cremation 235 W. Wentworth Ave., West St. Paul, 4-8 PM Tuesday and at church 1 hour prior to Mass.

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    Alba Vogelgesang says

    Lois, my heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. I am thinking about you and sending my love.
    Godspeed Larry. You were a kind man and will be missed by all.

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    Stephen Burk says

    Larry held a special place in my memory. In the mid 2000’s I worked for a financial service company that worked with Larry’s practice. I remember a meeting that Larry had scheduled with clients whom he felt a close connection too. Larry gave me some priceless coaching before the meeting, guiding me to focusing on solutions, not problems. He was gifted at the art of conversation, and making sure all the people in the room were heard. This picture and his smile capture the Larry that I remember working with, and am grateful for the opportunity and knowledge he shared with me.

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