Larry L. Flint, 73

Larry L. Flint of Northvue Court in Newburg passed away at his home 
Friday evening, Dec. 30, 2011. He was 73 years old.

Larry was born in Pelan, Minn., on Dec. 13, 1938,  the son of Leonard 
and Elsie Bloomquist Flint. After his schooling, Larry served in the 
U.S. Navy as a boilerman. On July 1, 1961, he was united in marriage 
with Rosemary Sauer at St. Maryís Catholic Church in Barton. Larry 
married Lynn Langer Kleinke at St. Johnís Lutheran Church in Port 
Washington on Nov. 3, 1984. The couple lived in Port Washington and 
moved to Newburg in 1998.

Larry worked for Trak International in Port Washington, retiring in 
2000 as a manager in the robotic welding division. Larry was a member 
of St. Johnís Lutheran Church in Port Washington. His interests 
included golf, oil painting, hunting and fishing. He played many 
different types of guitars and had been in his familyís band, The 
Country Kings, and later The Country Squires, playing local venues. 
Recently, Larry had enjoyed going to jams in Saukville and Rubicon.

At home, he enjoyed vegetable gardening, spending time with his 
family and lavishing attention on his dogs, Yoho and Willie.
Larry is survived by his wife, Lynn, of Newburg; their five children, 
Wayne Flint of Saukville, Susan Schneider of Kewaskum, Cheryl (Curt) 
Hamlin of West Bend, Cherie Gibes of Port Washington and Scott 
Kleinke of Milwaukee. He is further survived by nine grandchildren, 
David, Victoria, Amanda, Nicole, Stefanie, Austin, Bryce, Morgan and 
Alysia; a great-granddaughter, Alana; nieces, nephews, other 
relatives and friends. He is also survived by his first wife, 
Rosemary (Ray) Zimdars and close friend Kenny Knoll.

Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Leonard and Elsie;  two 
brothers, Rudolph and Allen Flint; and one sister, Elaine Lofberg.
Funeral Services were held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012, at 
St. Johnís Lutheran Church, 217 Freeman Drive, Port Washington. The 
Rev. John Klieve officiated.  He was interred the following day at 
Union Cemetery in Waubeka. The family received visitors at the church 
on Thursday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Military rites followed the service.
Eernisse Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements. Online 
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