Heart bleeds when such information is being brought to ears. There is no denying that Lawrence was a bighearted person. He kept IMC together as a great father. I feel honored of knowing him and for having possibility of interacting with a such personality. He took me for my first motorcycle ride and made my time a pure joy. He was taking all of the bad feelings out of the person. Now he shall be present all the time with us. Lawrence, known as Red won't miss any meetings from now. I send my regards to the Barbers.
Lawrence, I will miss you even though I haven't seen you in decades. You are that memorable. Best wishes and love to your family.
Linda Rainey Hyde
Lawrence was a great brother in law and I think often of the day I got to go fishing with him and Daryl on one of Idaho's free fishing days. Everyone in Idaho is missed dearly by me, and hopefully we will be able to reunite soon.
What a great guy!! He led by example. First time we met was at a bottled water convention in Portland. He treated us with great respect and made us feel like family. When my "great nephew Bear" contracted leukemia, Red helped organize a couple different rides that helped raise money for Bear and his family. I saw Red at a bank and got to have a great conversation about that. We send our condolences and prayers.
Candy and family.
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Red. He was such a role model to me when I was younger. He was truly a one of a kind man and will be missed by many. If you need anything, please let me know.