Faculty 1955-1960 High School: Gerald Andrew, William Baley, John Beach, Don Buhr, Edward Dakan, Robert Downs, Richard Euchner, Frances Fields, Tom Fogarty, Eugene Goltl, Charles Hummer, Dale Johnson, Babette Johnson, Letha Johnson, Verna Karsten, Lois Kemper, Lois Klisart, Kenneth Laverty, Robert Leahy, Kenneth Loats, Sam Mast, Kathryn McNamara, Dwane Mickelson, Richard Munster, Roger Naylor, Lawrence Nothwehr, Marion Pantell, Barbara Parsons, Frank Plambeck, Will Robinson, Christine Sanders, Gladys Schmidt, Ray Standerwick, Raymond Stover, Norman Vandehaar, Douglas Wilcox
Junior High: Raymond Bechen, Charles Brotherton, Virginia Dethlefs, Oliver Himley, Roy Karbula, Carol Mast, Esther Paulson, L. Dean Peterson, Ila Rix, Kay Roelfsema, Dolores Sextro, Bill Swassing
Elementary: Helen Adamson, Grace Andresen, Janice Anthony, Vivian Boyd, Irma Bromert, Betty Brotherton, Liane Ann Clarkin, Marietta Demuth, Marjorie Grammar, Sally Haworth, Hazel Herring, Oliver Himley, Rose Hugeback, Louise Koester, Lois Laverty, Beverly Leahy, Luann Maasen, Marjorie Morse, Mabel Mullen, Phyllis Munster, Margaret Ohde, Carol Olsen, Sharon Olson, Esther Paulsen, L. Dean Peterson, Anna Rainthorpe, Ruth Sand, Golda Sander, Carol Schmidt, Janet Schultz, Dolores Sextro, Teresa Shoemaker, Carol Smith, Lena Steinke, Eunice Templeton, Irene Weddum
Larry Nothwehr died suddenly Saturday, May 8, 2021, from a ruptured aneurysm at Iowa Methodist Hospital surrounded by his loving family.
Larry was born on a farm September 8, 1935, in Delaware County, Iowa; a second son to Minnie and Walter Nothwehr. The family moved to Page County in 1941.
Larry attended school in a one room schoolhouse and after Grade 4, St. Paul's Lutheran School in Yorktown. He graduated from Amity High School in College Springs in 1953 and from Iowa State College in 1957. He taught Vocational Agriculture for three years at Manning High School from 1959-61. He joined Kirkham Michael Consulting Engineers as a marketing rep for 30 years, retiring in 2000.
Larry married Cheral Andresen-Vollstedt in 1961 and from that union he has a daughter, Sandra (Brett) Harvey of Blue Springs, Missouri; and two step-children, Pamela (Denny) Garvis of Templeton, Iowa, and David Vollstedt of Lakeview, Iowa.
In 1982, he married Rita Kirk giving him two step-sons, Joe (Kathleen) Kirk and Ark Kirk, all of the Des Moines area.
He was an avid reader and loved to travel. He spent time at Woman Lake in Minnesota for many years. He retired to Mesa, Arizona, for almost 20 years.
Larry was predeceased by his parents. He is survived by his wife Rita, daughter and step-children, and brother, Bernard (Verna) Nothwehr, of Clarinda. He has six grandchildren.
A private family ceremony is planned for June 2, 2021, with
a Celebration of Life Service to be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the ARL of Iowa.
Ernst Funeral & Cremation Services of Waukee, Iowa, has been entrusted with final arrangements.