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Larry Eugene Shologin

Larry Eugene Shologin

July 20, 1961 – November 18th 2023 

It saddens us to announce the passing of our beloved father, husband, brother, son and friend, Larry Eugene Shologin on November 18th 2023.

Larry was a selfless man who radiated kindness and respect for everybody and everything. He ensured everyone knew how much he loved and cared for them. He was the kind of man who would give a stranger the shirt off of his back, and has done so many times. His generosity was like no other, yet came as second nature to him.

Larry, born on July 20, 1961, grew up in Winnipeg Manitoba with his parents (now deceased: Helen and Eugene Shologin) and sister Wilma, but spent most of his time at the farm in Zhoda, Manitoba surrounded by family and friends. The farm was Larry’s happy place, where he was always at peace. He loved and respected all things nature, a true hard working outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and always made sure he had a stocked woodpile. Larry had many hobbies and countless talents, such as his unique cooking skills and his ability to build and fix quite literally anything – any project or task that was presented to him, he completed with precision and perfection.

To add to all of Larry’s great qualities, he prided himself in being a family man, a true definition. His wife and kids were his pride and joy and he made sure to not only let them know, but everyone else know just how much he loved them. He leaves behind his wife Joann, his son Christopher (Danielle and granddaughter, Emrie) two daughters, Madison and Laryssa, and his beloved, dog Lizzy.

As he always said, “always remember who you are and where you came from”.

A celebration of life is to follow at a later date.

When I Go.

When I go
don’t learn to live without me
just learn to live with my love
in a different way.

And if you need to see me
close your eyes
or look in your shadow
when the sun shines

I’m there.

Sit with me in the quiet
and you will know
I did not leave.

There is no leaving
when one soul is blended
with another.

When I go
don’t learn to live without me
just learn to look for me
in the moments.

I will be there.

-Donna Ashwood

3 thoughts on “Larry Eugene Shologin”

  1. I was really saddened with the news of Larry’s passing. I really enjoyed his humour, and cooking. I always looked forward to seeing him around Zhoda. RIP.

  2. Larry and I were good friends back in high school. Larry was always such a laid back guy that everyone got along with and liked. I think many of the girls in high school were jealous of his long locks. Only in the last few weeks, Larry and I reconnected via social media. I invited him to go for breakfast and catch up on the last 40 years. As life goes after high school, we, along with many of our other high school friends, went our separate ways and on to our own family lives. I am saddened that Larry and I won’t have that chance to catch up. My heartfelt condolences to his family in this most difficult time.
    Brian Walker

  3. I remember hanging out with Larry after school and weekends out behind his house playing basketball, talking cars and motorcycles along side of Craig and Gary. He was so proud about that camaro that came in boxes. He had to put it together. Not sure how long it took or even if he finally got it done. I haven’t seen Larry since the end of high school. Sad to see another takin to early. My condolences to all the family. He was a laid back guy, a nice guy, that would help anyone. RIP Larry.

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