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Longtime Atchison leader dead at 83.
11/04/2019

Larry Purcell/Credit: Arensberg-Pruett Funeral Home

(KAIR)--A longtime Atchison City Commissioner has died.

According to an obituary from the Arensberg-Pruett Funeral Home, Larry Purcell died Saturday at the age of 83.

Purcell, a self-employed plumber and heating and cooling specialist for more than 45-years in Atchison, served on the City Commission for more than two decades, ending in 2017.

He had also worked at the Atchison Hospital, and owned and operated Purcell’s Landing along the Missouri River in Atchison for over twenty years.

Among his survivors are his wife, Bonnie, three daughters, a brother, and two sisters.

Services for Purcell will be Saturday afternoon at 2:00 at the funeral home.

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