Rev. Larry Kent Wolff
August 27, 1942 ~ April 20, 2023
The Rev. Larry K. Wolff, 81, passed away on April 20, 2023 in Pinehurst, N.C. after battling declining health.
Rev. Wolff was a respected pastor who served congregations in Massachusetts for over 30 years, retiring as pastor of St. John Lutheran Church in Sudbury. He was a dedicated and passionate minister known for his theological insight and commitment to serving others. Rev. Wolff had many hobbies and interests, including a love of travel and exploration, a passion for Porsches, and a particular affection for German Shepherds. He played a significant role in creating the Matthew 25 ministry and serving as the Pastor of the preschool at Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Southern Pines, NC. If you would like to donate in his name to support these ministries, please contact the church at 910-692-2662 or visit www.oursaviouronline.org.
Rev. Wolff is survived by his brother, John H. Wolff, a nephew, Sean C. Wolff (Jennifer Stoker), and a great-niece, Sydney Erin Wolff, all from Columbia, S.C.
A service to honor his life will be held at Our Saviour Lutheran Church in Southern Pines, N.C. on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 11am. Please join family and friends for coffee and refreshments beginning at 10am.
Fry & Pricket Funeral Home is honored to serve the Wolff family.
Condolences on line at pinesfunerals.com
God’s with you in this time of loss
With love to comfort you
And as He holds you in His arms,
His peace will gently soothe.
His healing presence will carry you,
When, at times, it gets too tough
And as He wipes away each tear,
Rest in His abiding love.
Our deepest sympathy is with you
In your time of grief —
We pray you’ll sense God’s presence
And find in Him, peace…
Al and Amy Rego from Bermuda
*Amy’s mom, Carole Nason, was Larry’s Admin. Asst. in Sudbury, MA
I will miss you Pastor Wolff. You were a great pastor here at st johns lutheran church in sudbury ma. We all will miss u, My family will miss u too, Ive known u since i moved to massachusetts in 1988. Thats a long time. R.I.P Pastor.
Pastor Larry Wolff, a wonderful, faithful friend. I miss our time together, zooming in the Porsche along Moore County’s back roads, following explicit instructions as Larry could not then drive. I miss his quiet encouragement as my wife faced ever declining health. I miss the dinners and lunches we shared at each others homes or at a mutual rendezvous. I miss making those lunches with him for Matthew 25 ministry at Our Saviour Lutheran Church. I miss the wry smile as he would counter my comment, casually but succinctly showing me the errors of my ways. I miss you, Larry, but love that you are with our Lord and are receiving His blessings.