Lawrence “Larry” H. Kincaid
Lawrence “Larry” H. Kincaid, 81, of Oro Valley AZ died June 5, 2023. Larry, son of Henry Claude and Clara Elizabeth Kincaid (deceased), loving husband of Frances Carlene “Candy” Kincaid (Oro Valley), passed away at Banner University Medical Center in Phoenix Arizona from complications following cardiac surgery. He is survived by his wife Candy and his son Carl Kincaid as well as 5 grandchildren: Jessica Dougherty, Shannon Mateja, Seth Kincaid, Andie Rea and Jaxon Kincaid and 7 ½ grandchildren (Shannon is pregnant with the 8th!). He was preceded in death by his son Keith Kincaid and grandsons Jeffrey and Jayme Kincaid.
Larry graduated from Buena High School, Sierra Vista AZ in 1959. He served in the United States Air Force learning and working in electronics. Upon his honorable discharge, he began working for General Electric Medical Systems as an X-Ray repair technician. He was identified as management material and worked his way into senior management, concluding his career at GE Medical Systems as a Capital Medical Equipment Service executive. He then held Vice President roles in the service organizations at several capital medical equipment companies.
Larry loved outdoor activities such as skiing, hunting and fishing. He was an avid exerciser/gym rat. Larry had a servants heart and was well known for helping people in every conceivable area, doing electronic repairs; auto repairs; landscaping help; assembly and interior repairs; providing food and finances for people in need and many others. He was always actively involved in church life wherever he lived, serving in servant leadership roles such as deacon, financial committees and other areas. Upon his death he was a member of Casas Church in Oro Valley and an active member and leader in the Adult Bible Fellowship.
He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. A memorial service will be held Saturday June 10, 2023 at 1:30pm in the Barrier Chapel of Casas Church (10801 N. La Chollo Blvd, Oro Valley AZ 85742) with a dessert reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in his memory to the Gospel Rescue Mission of Tucson https://grmtucson.com/