Charles William Larmour (Bill) was born February 9, 1942 in Haileyville, Oklahoma to John William and Ruby Nell Larmour. He had two siblings brother Jack and sister Kay.
Bill attended Tahlequah High School and graduated with the class of 1960. In 1958 he was selected to attend the American Legion Boys State in Washington, D.C. This is the most respected and educational program for United States school students.
On April 12, 1970 he and Rita P. Nicolas were united in marriage in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Bill attended Northeastern State University for two years then became an entrepreneur with a partnership in a filling station in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Growing up they lived throughout Oklahoma, moving over a dozen times, as his father was a highway patrol officer. Bill settled in Owasso in 1976.
Bill worked at Seismograph Service Corporation for over twenty years where he traveled internationally. He then went to work for British Petroleum North America where he retired after more than ten years of service.
Bill enjoyed ham radio, scuba diving, rock collecting, deep sea fishing, building, traveling with his granddaughter and spending time with his family. He loved photography. He captured many family events and celebrations and he spent hours in nature shooting butterflies and flowers in the garden.
Bill also had a great love for making origami. You may have been to a local restaurant and found an origami piece or have been given one by Bill as he loved to make origami and share them.
His greatest love was for his wife of whom he shared over 48 beautiful years.
Bill was preceded in death by his parents and his brother.
He is survived by his wife Rita of the home, his daughter Tammy Kingdom and her husband Curtis, son Charles David Larmour and his wife Lisa, granddaughter Victoria Tabb and her husband Joel, step- grandson Randy Trent, step-granddaughter Mindy Richardson, Step- great granddaughter Haley Richardson, step-great grandson Hunter Richardson, and Sister Kay Guinn and her husband Ben.