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Larry David Greene 1954 - 2013

Larry David Greene

Friday, November 22, 2013
My dear sweet cousin. I have just learned of your sickness and passing. My heart is broken. When we were young you were my partner in crime. Oh, the stories we had and the laughter. We had the best of times. Words cannot express how much your laughter will be remembered. It was truly uplifting. You hold a special place in my heart. God bless your family in this very sad time.
Rhonda Hutson Kilgore , Whitwell TN
Thursday, November 21, 2013
It was with great sadness and sorrow that I just learned of Larry's illness and of his passing. I still remember the times when Larry and his Dad would go to the lake with my family, all the fun and laughter we shared.Those are the kind of things he will be remembered for-making people smile and bringing laughter in their lives. He leaves a treasure trove of memories. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Linda Hutson, Fall Branch, tn
Friday, October 11, 2013
Larry was ALWAYS a cheerful guy at work, even after his diagnosis. He would stop people in the aisle, and encourage them to go and get a physical. When he first started at Fairfax, his crazy 'Einstein' hair would always make me smile. God Rest Ye Soul, good fellow.
Wednesday, October 09, 2013
RIP Larry, You're "marching with the angels" now. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

Kemo London, the Royal Lancers Drum & Bugle Corps
Tuesday, October 08, 2013
I am so proud to be Larry's sister. I will forever cherish the last two and a half years we had together, especially the last four days. Thank you Cheryel for allowing me to be part of both your lives those precious
last days, you made me feel welcome and helpful.
Larry the things you taught us are part of your legacy and your gifts to us. You taught us love and devotion
not to just your loved ones, but to friends human and canine, and especially to Cheryel. You taught us compassion and giving of yourself through your years with Special Olympics, you taught us humility,
you were always so thankful for the support of friends, family or even a stranger and you always made everyone feel very welcome, valued and appreciated. You taught us passion and commitment, whether it was cycling, biking, making sure all the screws where in a straight line, that all things were in prefect
running order and we saw that passion the way you work in your "bucket list" the last two years.
You taught us courage, determination and a zest for life, the way you faced and fought your horrible disease, you are a true hero. And you taught us grace and forgiveness that all things should be made right and forgiven.
You were a wonderful teacher and student, and when you had taught us all so much the bell rang and
it was time to go "home". I can hear the thunder of those "pipes" as you arrived at the pearly gates,
and you were greeted with "welcome home". So when I look up at the stars in the sky on a beautiful night I'll be reminded of what a wonderful caring Brother and human being you were. Larry, you will be missed so deeply (more than you could have known), but you will never be forgotten, you have lefta precious example for us to share.
Love forever, Carole

Carole Warren
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