Larry Willis was born on Jan. 21, 1952 in Baytown, Tx. He died died Monday, Jan. 7, 2008, at his home after a long battle with liver cancer. He was survived by friends and family, including son Cory, who was a pallbearer at his father’s funeral.
Larry Ray Willis was born on July 28, 1953. He died Friday, July 1, 2011. He was survived by family that includes daughter Tabatha Rena Hoover (their spelling, not mine).
So, apologies are in order. There were, it seems, two men in Texas named Larry Willis, born a year apart, who each had families and interests.
Both surviving children claim that his/her father was affiliated with the same local motorcycle gang. How likely is it that they’re both right? I don’t know. I didn’t think there could be two of them in the first place. According to Baytown Larry’s obit, he had an interest in motorbikes. Waco Larry’s obit says nothing of the sort, nor is there any indication I can find whatsoever that affiliates the latter with a 1% gang. But who knows? Anything’s possible.
In the end, the only thing that matters is what each surviving child has chosen to do with life since.
We don’t know the first thing about Cory, and the fact is that I’m truly sorry he got involved with Tabetha and her bullshit because they share a birth surname. Nobody deserves to be associated with her and her drama for any reason. Cory, I hope this clears up the question. Please know that we wish you well.
As for Tabetha, I apologize for the mistake about her father’s name versus another man bearing the same name. But I apologize for that only, and only because I am a woman of integrity who can admit when I’m wrong.
I apologize for nothing else. I have no regrets for posting the truth about her misdeeds in the modeling and publishing industries. Potential victims deserve to be warned. So do current victims. That’s why we’re here. And, if I understand correctly, a few people have been helped, thanks to the brave folks that have come forward and testified about the abuse they received at her hands, personally, professionally, and in every other way possible. It’s thanks to them that others have been spared, and I applaud them.
Now. Where were we?