Johnny Turner Larkan

Johnny Turner Larkan, age 78, passed away on June 19, 2024 at his home in Hot Springs Village surrounded by his family.

Johnny was born on August 6, 1945 to Leroy and Evelyn Larkan. He graduated from Hazen High School in 1963. He lived and farmed in Prairie County for a number of years prior to retiring to Hot Springs Village. In addition, he served as a volunteer for the Prairie County Sheriff’s department, ambulance service, and as a member of various boards.

Johnny is preceded in death by his parents Leroy and Evelyn Larkan and brother Larry Larkan, all of Hazen.

Johnny is survived by this wife, Debbie Raney Larkan and his children Lance Larkan, Kim Lisko (Roger), and Johnathan Larkan, his grandchildren Lauren Lisko and Ross Lisko, his sister Mary Ann Johnson (Gary), his niece Quinn Jones, his nephew Lee Larkan (Mary), his great-nephews Cole Jones and Jordan Larkan (Shelby), and great-niece Kristen Larkan.

Funeral services will be held at the Hazen First United Methodist Church on Saturday, June 22, 2024 with visitation from 9:30-11:00 am and the funeral at 11:00 am followed by a Masonic burial at the Hazen Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hazen Cemetery or Walnut Grove Community Church building fund.

8 thoughts on “Johnny Turner Larkan”

  1. Phyllis taylor

    Johnny was my classmate and he was always easy going and friendly. I know he will be missed by all of his friends and loved ones. Prayers for the family.

  2. Johnny was my cousin. We shared the same great grandparents. Although we grew up in different parts of the state, our families were always close. Johnny was a great person who will be missed.

  3. Debby Turner Bonaminio

    Prayers for peace to Mary Ann, Kim, Debbie and the rest of the family. Johnny and I affectionately called each other “cuz” and he was a huge fan of my dad “Uncle James”. I have fond memories of visiting the family as a child and Johnny giving me my first ride on a motorcycle. I will miss him and his humor.

  4. So sorry for your loss Lance,Kim, Jonathan he was a good person.I thought a lot of hem. May god be with you all in this time of sorrow.Prayers for the Family 🙏❤️

  5. I am so sorry that I won’t be able to attend Johnny’s service, I am still out of state. We go way back to when I started to work for Riceland Foods, I will miss my friend . Prayers for the entire family.

  6. Karen Hoffpauir

    Deepest condolences to all of his family and loved ones. He was my uncle and I have such fond memories him.
    Rest in Peace Uncle Johnny.

  7. Frankie Chudy

    Jhonny was a neighborther when we both lived with our parents. He was a friend while we didnt see each other often. My son and I did several appraisals recently for him. He was a good guy, always friendly and smiling. Prayers to all his family.
    May he rest in peace.
    Frankie Chudy

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