Marvin L. "Larry" Judd\n\n1931 - 2020\n\n \n\nMarvin L. "Larry" Judd passed away Saturday, May 9, 2020, after a four-year battle with Parkinson's disease. Larry was born November, 1931 to Ethel (Boyd) and Franklin Lawrence Judd in Brunswick, Georgia. Larry was predeceased by two of his sons, Lawrence "Lane" and Dane Scott Judd, respectively.\n\nLarry graduated from Anthony High School in 1950, then shortly afterward, enlisted in the Army and served in Korea. Returning from Korea, Larry worked for the famed underwater photographer Bruce Mozert, in Silver Springs, FL, where he discovered his love of photography. Larry soon joined the Air Force reserve then was active duty for 10 years serving through the Cuban missile crisis (Bay of Pigs invasion) working in missile guidance systems. While in the Air Force Larry also served in Turkey where his third son, Mitchell was born.\n\nThe Air Force also launched his career in computers which took him to many cities, criss-crossing the USA. Larry had graduated from Jones College in Jacksonville, FL with BA in Business/Accounting. His computer data management work included GE, NASA, Motorola, and the state governments of Florida and Arizona.\n\nWhile in Arizona, Larry met and married his wife, Carol Kosche in 1992. They were married for 28 wonderful years.\n\nLarry loved photography winning several awards along the way; he was an avid reader and enjoyed solving crossword puzzles. Larry and Carol loved to travel and went on cruises to Alaska, South America, three river cruises in Europe plus trips to Hawaii.\n\nLarry is survived by his loving wife Carol & pooch "Gucci" of Tucson, AZ; son Mitchell of Tyler, TX; brothers Jim (Dot) & Darrell Buchanan of Ocala, FL, 6 Grandchildren, 8 Great-grandchildren, 6 Great-great-grandchildren; his step daughter Cindy (Kory) Larson of Bend, Oregon, plus numerous extended family.\n\nLarry was a loving, kind and generous man and will be missed by all who knew him and loved him. A Private Celebration of Larry's life and military honors may be held in TX at a later date.\n\nThe family would like to thank Casa de la Luz Hospice for the gentle care and kindness to Larry; the family would also like to thank Hospice of East Texas and Hospice of Marion County, in Ocala, FL.\n\nIn lieu of flowers a donation may be made in Larry's name to your local Hospice, Salvation Army, or American Red Cross, Disaster Services.