Lemley Chapel
Serving Sedro-Woolley &
All of Skagit County Since 1935
1008 Third Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA

Lawrence “Larry” Edward Ludwig

Lawrence “Larry” Edward Ludwig

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

Lawrence “Larry” Edward Ludwig, age 78, a longtime Skagit Valley resident, passed away Sunday, July 8, 2018. He was born February 21, 1940 in Saint Cloud, Minnesota to Benjamine and Louise (Higgins) Ludwig.

Larry worked at the plywood mill in Anacortes and at Willis, Rogers and Pearson Lumber Mill in Sedro-Woolley on the green chain.

Larry is survived by his brother, Bill (Arlene) Ludwig of Sedro-Woolley; sister, Betty Demadura; numerous nieces and nephews.

A Graveside Committal Service will be held at 10:30, Monday, July 16, 2018 at Union Cemetery, Father Tom McMichael Celebrating.


  • coleen lowrance lupardus

    Larry was a happy funny guy I knew him my whole life and have fun memories. One funny memory was him riding me on a bike and dad riding Carla. Larry was laughing so hard at them telling my dad he was to heavy and then our tire blew out…He laughed so hard his teeth fell out on the road…..RIP Lud

  • Lee Larson

    Larry, you were a loyal family friend. We will miss you but we will be re-united in eternity. Lee Larson

  • carla wood

    Larry we will miss you. You were so involved in our lives. I took my drivers license test in Larry’s luv pick up. I believe Larry gave me the nickname “hobo” Why I do not know. When I was young Mom sent me with Dad, Luke and Larry “hunting” so I could tell on them when we got home. They never got out of the truck. It was roadside hunting and having a few toddies. Luke drove and I don’t think we ever saw any deer. So much fun. So many good memories. Larry had a great sense of humor and was always witty. He loved Dad and Mom and all of us kids. He would have done anything for us. He was a true character and we loved you “Lud”. You will be missed.

  • Shelly, Shyann, Marissa Lowrance- Bryans

    Larry was such a character! He had a great sense of humor and was always laughing. He was a huge part of our childhood. We have many great memories of Larry. He was very generous and helped many people. He will be missed. Sending thoughts and prayers to the Ludwig family.