Sorry to hear about the passing of your son, Larry.
Ken and Jeanette Rubin
I have gotten to the point where I'm feeling sorry for us. Sorry for myself, Kurt & Mary Ann, Larry's family at Antonio's, Pat, Lori & Jack, Cindy & Will and everyone that knew Larry.
Larry worked with friends, he went to breakfast, lunch & dinner with friends and went home at night to his best friends. If you had ever hung out with Larry, you became his friend. All he ever cared about was his family, his dogs and his friends.
But, we are missing more than just a friend.
You see, Larry was patient.
Larry was kind.
Larry did not envy, did not boast and was not proud.
Larry did not dishonor anyone.
He was not self serving.
He was not easily angered and keep no record of wrong doing.
Larry did not delight in evil but rejoiced in the truth.
Larry always protected trusted, hoped and stuck with all of his friends.
And that my friends, is what we are missing and why I'm feeling sorry for us - we are missing the Love Larry had for us. Many of us will recognize the above as the Biblical listing of what Love is and once you apply Larry's name to the list, you realize how pure his heart really was.
Thank God for Larry!
I would like to extend my condolences to Larry's family for their loss. I will miss Larry tremendously. Larry was a great friend and a great financial advisor. I have known Larry since the early 1980's. My mother met Larry first while working for Dr. Gerson. Larry began handling the financial affairs for my parents and myself. As our friendship grew I found out that Larry(1971) and I(1975) both attended North Shore High School in West Palm Beach. Around 1984 Larry and my parents waited in the Burg and Divosta lottery line in order to buy a home in Jupiter at the Bluffs. Larry loved living at the Bluffs. It was a great accomplishment for Larry to open his own CPA practice. I will miss Larry's friendship, his honesty and his straight forwardness. Thank you to the family who adopted Larry's two German Shepards. Larry loved his dogs. No more worries Larry. Rest in Peace. Kim Cavanaugh
I have not seen you since High School until we connected at Sonny's about a year ago. After that day, when my wife and I would go to Sonny's, we would see you there from time to time. It was a fantastic very short catch up on life. You will be missed my friend. God Bless.
Larry was an honest and genuine gentelman. He will be greatly missed by those who truely knew him. He was one of the wittest individuals I've ever known and would hold his own, and then some, in "jovial banter". R.I.P. my friend.