Obituaries

Larry D. Broger

November 15, 1953 - July 18, 2020

Celebrating the homegoing of Larry D. Broger, age 66, who transitioned Friday July 18, 2020 at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Chicago, IL. He was born on November 15, 1953 in Drew, MS to Fred and Alberta Broger. He attended Drew Mississippi High School and later relocated to Chicago. Always gainfully employed, dedicated 15 years to Norfolk & Western Railway and nearly 25 years at Ellis Corporation before early retirement. He was married on October 19, 1986 in Chicago to Lizzie Robinson.

Never one to bite his tongue - Larry will be remembered for his candid statements and kind ways. He was a loving and devoted father, who gave without a second thought. No one can match his ability to forgive, his tough love, or passion for the Bears (win or lose). His favorite leisure time involved sitting on his comfy couch Sunday afternoons to watch football. Larry will be deeply missed, always in our hearts, and never forgotten by all who loved him.

Larry leaves behind his wife Lizzie, nine children: Maine (Jautaunne’), Chiquita, Stephanie, Cornelius, Sade’ (Argyle), Jakeith, Judteria, Deona (RaShaud), and step-son Deon; fourteen grandchildren Jashawana, Dondre, Tamijay, Temijah, Kezariah, Terrence, Taylor, Alilyana, Keyshawn, Jadon, Gabriel, Jedidiah, Alanna, and Azariah; four great grandchildren Kaylee, Kylie, Dondre Jr., and Jaydon; Special friend, Reggie; Siblings: Lee Henderson - Chicago, IL, Johnny Broger (Elspra) - Elgin, IL, Joseph Broger - Jackson, MS., Othell Broger (Brenda) Crawfordville, Fl., Ronnie Broger-Irving, TX., Lonnie Broger (Pamela) - Yahoo, MS., and sisters Connie Miller (Glen) Elgin, IL., Katie Woods, Killeen, TX. , Clara Freeman, IN., and a host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends.

Larry is preceded in death by his parents Fred and Alberta Broger; daughter, Shadae Broger; grandson, Tyler Broger; special friend, Freda Buckner; sister Willie Mae Hamphill, and brother, Tony Broger. 

Visitation will be held on Friday July 24, 2020 at Moss Family Funeral Home in Batavia, IL from 3PM - 4PM. A time of remembrance will being at 4 PM. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the visitation will be limited. All visitors entering the funeral home are required to wear a face covering.  Due to the number of people who would like to pay their respects, we ask that you make your visitation a brief one in order that all who would like to attend will have a change to do so.  Once you have exited the funeral home, we ask you to depart immediately so there are no gatherings outside of our facility. 

The family appreciates your sincere cooperation during these very challenging and different times. For additional clarification, please contact the funeral home or family directly.

Arrangements entrusted to Moss Family Funeral Home 630-879-7900 or www.mossfuneral.com

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