Mom and I regret that we were unable to come, but our hearts are heavy with the loss of Larry. We remember him with joy as he was always making us laugh. We would go to his mom and dad's house every weekend and always
had a good time. You will be missed.
Mom sends her love and prayers. Wanda Shroyer
I remember the many times we spent a week in the summer at your mom & dad's house. We watched you preparing to show your Gurney cows at the Sidney fair for 4-H. One time while we were there I even rode the horse and was scared to death. I remember spending every Saturday evening together and it seemed like every time the Wizard of Oz was on we always had to leave to go home before it was over...we never got to see the end of the movie. We always had fun at your house. We loved to eat your moms graham cracker pudding nothing better than hers. We will always remember the family renuions when Larry came, he was always smiling and enjoyed visiting with all of the cousins, aunts and uncles. He will never be forgotten...too young to be gone...we almost the same ages and don't think of dying yet. We love you and he will be missed by all. I guess God had his home ready for him to come home. I'm sorry that we will not be able to attend the funeral...we will be praying for you all. God bless you.
We're so sorry to hear of the loss of Larry. Our prayers go out to you and the rest of the family. We're sorry we won't be able to attend our cousin's memorial service, but we (and my other siblings) are going to honor him by making a donation to the ministries chosen. He would be happy knowing the good that will come from it. Tony, Debby (Shroyer) & Ashley Sherman, Maplewood, OH
I'm so sorry I couldn't attend. Larry's daughter Terri is a good friend and former co-worker. My thoughts are with her and her family.
Although we will not be able to attend due to work hours our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Larry was our cousin and I remember his wonderful smile and laughter. As kids our family went to his parents house and shared every Saturday night with them. You and your sisters were special to us as well as your parents because they were not afraid to have 6 kids coming over to play and spend time at their home. We were always respectful of your toys and cleanned up before going home too. Your family has meant the world to the Shroyer family too. I never heard Larry speak mean to anyone, a friend to all in need. We will truely miss him, but God has another angel in heaven where he awaits with his parents for all of us to join him later. God bless you all.