Dear Betty, Amy, Gary, Tom,
My deepest sympathies for the loss of the finest husband, father, citizen, mentor and friend that anyone could ever know. I will always remember Larry as one of the most thoughtful, generous and caring of individuals.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time.
Chuck and Family
Dear Betty & Children,
I was truly saddened by the death of Larry. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your children during this sad time, I will always remember the two of you dancing. Larry was a smooth dancer and I just loved watching both of you gliding on the floor together.
To Betty and family,
We were saddened to read of Larry's passing in the CT Post, and we send our sincere sympathy to you all.
Even though it's been a long time, we have fond memories of him; Jack especially remembers The Brass and taking classes together at NYU.
Larry was a great man who wore his big heart on his sleeve.
Jack and Judy Delaney
Betty and family, I would like to reach out to you during this difficult time, with the depth of understanding that comes with the passing of my father Roger Shull only 8 days before. Larry and my dad's involvement with the Jaycees, YMCA, and the Stratford Methodist Church, is only a small part of their legacy of service. Larry was part of a rare and disappearing breed of gentleman. My mother Barbara, and sister Linda join me in expressing their condolences. Special hugs from me to Janet.
Our heartfeld sympathies to the entire family. May your fond memories of Larry help you during this difficult time.