Dear Joan and family,
There are so many fond memories that we have of Larry. Rick and I always loved talking with him about his mountain cabin. He seemed to always have a story to tell about a fishing trip or work weekend. Seeing him more recently, I could tell that he loved the cabin, but also his visits down to W. Virginia to see Mike and Yvette and the kids! We will miss Larry, and hope you know that he will be in our prayers.
Dear Joan and Family,
It was with great shock and saddness when we heard of Larry's passing. For us, it was certainly unexpected, and many lives will be affected by the void he will leave. He was sure a great guy and wonderful cousin.
Bob and Shirley Terry (Sarasota, FL)
Dear Joan, I was sorry to hear of your loss. I remember Larry with fondness. I know we have not been the closest of neighbors, but it was always nice to know that a smile and a wave of a hand would be there as we go about our daily routines. The collection of pictures here gave me a good insight of the joyful life you had together. MaryAnn Fierro
Dear Mrs. Terry and family, my deepest and heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. Ihad the pleasure of knowing Larry and working with him at Auman's for many years, he will be missed, again our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Danny Amoroso and wife Rita.
Dear Joan and family, I am very sorry to hear of the passing of Larry, my dad's and family's dear friend. I will always have the cherished memories of the great times at the cabin(s), night fishing at the Schuylkill, picnics, etc. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Dear Joanie and Family:
I was saddened to hear about the passing of Larry, a childhood friend and a teammate on the basketball and baseball teams at Honey Brook High School and the 1953 champion Honey Brook American Legion Baseball Team. My thoughts and prayers are with you.