Morningstar, Larry

March 1, 1946 ~ January 31, 2022

MORNINGSTAR, Larry Warner – Age 75 of Brigden, passed away on Monday, January 31, 2022 at Lambton Meadowview Villa, Petrolia. Beloved husband of the late Brenda Morningstar (2021). Loving father of LeeAnne (Darren) Munro, Jennifer (Glen) Doxtator, Tim (Shona) Gray, Tammy (Barry) Newman, Terry (Renée) Gray. Cherished grandfather of Delaney, Peyton, Jaelin, Scot, Braylon, Owen, Brock (Taylor), Jessica (Parker), Justin, Hollie, Josh and Kolbe. Great-grandfather of Asher and Sterling. Dear brother of Dan (Juanita) Morningstar, Wayne (Melba) Morningstar, Warren (late Sharon) Weiss and the late Jeff Morningstar and brother-in-law of Tom (Tracey) Bridges. Predeceased by his parents Everett and Nellie Morningstar.

Family and friends will be received at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL CHAPELS on Friday, February 4, 2022 from 4-7pm. Due to Covid-19 restriction, those who wish to attend must wear a mask and RSVP with a time to attend the visitation at

A private graveside service will be held at Bear Creek Cemetery.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Canadian Cancer Society ( or the charity of your choice (cheques mailed to the funeral home).

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  1. Danny and Juanita and family
    Gary and I are sorry to hear of Larry’s passing and send our condolences to the entire family. Sorry we were unable to attend visitation but our thoughts are with you all.
    Love, Rosa and Gary

  2. Danny, Juanita and Family
    So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time. xoxo

  3. To the Morningstar Family.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you All at this most difficult time…

  4. So sorry to read of Larrys passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you All at this most difficult time…

  5. What a shock.Larry and I worked togeather a few times on construction jobs.I think we laughed as much as we worked.It was great fun with lots of memories.Our condolences to the Morningstar Family and the Gray Family at this difficult time. Ace Plaine and Nancy Hibbert

  6. Wayne and Melba , Danny and Juanita .Deepest condolences from Kathy and myself to the Morningstar family . Unfortunately we seem to only have contact in situations such as this . I always thought Larry was much older than me but we were a lot closer in age than I want to admit ! Maybe this summer we can arrange something . Kathy & Doug Round

  7. Wayne and Melba, my deepest condolences on the loss of your brother….May he rest in Peace….Bonnie Harris

  8. Our deepest sympathy to all the Gray and Morningstar families at this sad time. Roy and Joan Dewhirst

  9. Our condolences to the Morningstar family and Gray family, they were a great couple may they RIP together

  10. We extend our sympathy to the entire Morningstar family, relatives and friends on Larry’s passing. Although we did not remain close over the years, I fondly remember our Lester Beach vacations and the 90 steps to and from the beach. It is our great memories that help ease the sorrow during this difficult time. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. With love George & Marsha

  11. Our sincerest sympathy to the Morningstar Family for the loss of your brother Larry 🙏 😢 💔 😞
    Shirley &Gary McLean

  12. To Larry and Brenda,s family’s so sorry for your loss He had a great sense of humour always liked to joke around, have a lot of great memories of them,

  13. RIP sorry for your loss. Condolences to the families from my family to you and yours. Larry and I were friends for over 70 plus years..

  14. Dear Danny and Juanita and Family, my sincere condolences on the loss of your dear brother. It is very hard to loose a sibling. Surround yourselves with your loving Family…xxx. Love, Brenda and John Mayer

  15. I am sorry to hear of Larry,s passing I enjoyed visiting with Larry and Brenda on the front step when I was waiting at Agris to unload the wagons he will be missed.

  16. To the family of Larry: Frank & I were so very sorry for your loss. His humour will be missed. I remember him picking up books for Brenda at the library on occasion or Brenda picking up books for herself, Larry and saying Tammy would likely read some of them as well. Please accept our sincere condolences. May God bring you all peace during this most difficult time.

  17. To the Morningstar family,
    So sorry to read about the passing of Larry. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. May pleasant memories bring you peace.
    Michael and Cathy

  18. To all the Morningstar Family so sorry to hear about Larry . I worked with Brenda for a few years at LMV and use to see Larry . Larry will be at peace now with Brenda . Thinking of you all at this difficult time. Love Always Maureen Bailey