AUBURN, N.Y. â€” Larry Lee Legacy, 46, of Auburn, N.Y., died Monday, Sept. 16, 2002, from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident just one day before his 47th birthday.
He was born Sept. 17, 1955
Larry lived on the family dairy farm on the Chasm Road in Chateaugay. He moved to North Syracuse in 1966, with his late parents, Douglas and Mary (Doris) Malark.
Larry was a North Syracuse High School graduate. He lived in the Syracuse area for 20 years before moving to Auburn, where he worked as an industrial mechanic for Owens Brockway Glass in Sennett.
Larry and his older brother, Donald purchased a retirement home in Ellenburg Center two years ago. His plan was to move back to the North Country within the next two years upon his retirement.
Larry was a member of the National H.O.G. Association (National Harley Owens Group).
Larry or "Mad Dog", as his friends called him, loved to ride his 2001 Harley Davidson. As Larry would say "Kick some gears". He loved the North Country and anything to do with the outdoors. Larry loved fishing with his cousin, Bruce Legacy on Chateaugay Lake and area rivers and streams. There werenâ€™t too many times when Larry would make it back up north that he and Bruce didnâ€™t go fishing, hunting or four-wheeling together.
Larry had been a member of the familyâ€™s Deep Ravine Hunting Club in the town of Bellmont for several years. Larry was a good cook, loved to party and had a great sense of humor. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Larry is survived by two sons, Douglas Jewell and Jeremiah Jewell; his brother, Donald Legacy; three grandchildren; and many relatives still living in Chateaugay and surrounding areas.
There was a private family members only gathering at Larryâ€™s home in Auburn on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2001, at 7 p.m. Sunday Sept. 22, 2002, there were private calling hours from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Pettigrass Funeral Home in Auburn. Larryâ€™s ashes will be laid to rest at a private burial with his late parents in the Eastside Cemetery in Chateaugay at the convenience of his family.
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