In loving memory of

Earl Leroy McLaren
August 4, 1967 - June 12, 2020

Earl Leroy McLaren was born to Lloyd and Josephine McLaren on August 4, 1967. As a child Earl resided in Hopewell , Jamaica, WI. He was the third of six children. After graduation from high school, at the age of 21, Earl migrated to the United States of America and lived in Trenton, New Jersey where he lived for approximately (1) year before moving to Florida in 1989.
He resided in Orlando for a few years before moving to Ocala. Several years ago he started working for Townley Engineering and Manufacturer and worked there until his death. He was a hard-working man who loved his cars and music. He was loved by many.
Earl leaves to cherish his memories, his mother Josephine McLaren, 3 brothers; Wayne, Michael, and Mark, and 1 sister Audrey McLaren. Earl has two children, Ja'von and Chernaruh(Lia) McLaren.
Earl was preceded in death by a sister, Sharon (Ann) McLaren in 2010 and his father, Lloyd McLaren in 1980. He leaves behind a host of relatives and friends.


Paullette wrote on Jun 27, 2020:

"My how hard is this..I will miss you so much...I will always have a special spot in my heart for you...Rest b in Peace???"

Garry Lewis wrote on Jun 27, 2020:

"My condolences better family find comfort in 2nd Corinthians 1 3 and 4. The first time I met a Earl at a mosaic site I knew I met someone that I could call a friend that laugh we talk fo cars and life and how to live it with fun enjoy and ambitions. He would always in I\'ll conversations with the saying one love that the man he was and will be remembered as 1? He will be missed with now but smiles as we remember him."

Andrew wrote on Jun 26, 2020:

"My uncle Earl had the most memorable laugh. It made you laugh too even if you didn\'t hear the joke. From I was a child, I remember him coming to check in on his big sister, my mother. He never complained and only smiled when she would take his sun glasses or a piece of his jewelry before he left. I miss him. Rest easy uncle Earl. "

Audrey Mclaren wrote on Jun 25, 2020:

"In this difficult time I\'d like to reflect on my the life and legacy Earl leaves behind. Ever jovial, bouncing to music and riding bikes. In 2011 he some how convinced me that getting on bike was and excellent idea. And on that faithful day in the care of an uncle I loved I got to experience a wild side of life. A side full of risk, adventure, fun and freedom. This was the side of Earl rarely shared with outsiders. The Earl that was free, loving and adventurous on the back of his bike. I whole heartedly believe that this is the Earl the afterlife is experiencing. I hope he\'s taking the risk he couldn\'t in life, enjoying ever moment to fullest. -Audriana"

Janice Rhone Armstrong wrote on Jun 25, 2020:

"may the Lord grant y?all strength for today and bright hope in this difficult time."

Brenda Allen wrote on Jun 25, 2020:

"We miss you much. Our Prince n Princess will always carry you n the memories in their hearts. You are still loved Earl( Mr. E) RIP . To be absent in body is to be present with the Lord. Rest in his presence ??"

Audrey Mclaren wrote on Jun 24, 2020:

"Rip my brother "