My cousin Larry. My fondest memory was of you at Aunt Rita's and Uncle Buddy's house when we were kids. I always loved your laugh and was jealous of your smarts. I am certain you are at home now with other God and other family. Be at peace now cousin. Your many Hawley cousins... will always miss you...Cousin Judy
he was a great guy and iknew him in his teen years and early twenties - good man from a great family Michael basta
Hawl "Prince" was a key member of the post 3 clan that ruled the floor of CBOE back in the 80's when I was present. He was a remarkable friend who had a unique personality that only added to our post's vibrant reputation. I organized many outings outside of CBOE during my stay in which we all have many fond memories. I'm only sorry I lost contact with him over the past decades as I (also am suffering with dibetese complications) and may have been able to enlighten him on the degenerative ailments of this disease.
Larry was one of my closest friends while at AKAK and with his sudden passing-I am so glad I did chat with him as few years ago to catch up. His infectious smile-and BOOOMING laugh made him a special friend and fellow to all. He was a gentile gentlemen. "Greetings and Felicitations" was his calling card. Indomitable spirit. I will surely and truly miss him.
May you rest in peace I pray you knew the Lord I will always remember your laugh and kind heart God bless
I am grateful to have known Larry and work with him for many years. Joining the lunch group with Larry provided countless hours spent laughing and sharing. Larry was a wonderful person and I miss him but will always remember the time spent together. My prayers are with the Hawley family.
".........good brothers - the ones we love so dear". Wishing Hawl calm seas on his voyage.
I knew Larry when we were both
undergrads, via his Acacia brother
Rich. He was always such a fun and
lively guy. I'm very sad to hear of
Hawl was one of my best buddies when we worked together at the CBOE in the early '80's. We have kept in touch over the years and just had lunch at his favorite Indian restaurant several months ago. He was a good man and a real friend. I am just stunned to hear he is gone and I will miss him.
The Dillard family send our prayers to the Hawley family, Larry's kindness, friendship will be missed by all.
Brother Hawley, You were a very important part of Acacia Fraternity, and of the college years of us younger guys. Thank you.
Larry was a vivid, joyous, larger-than-life presence in our NU D&D games in the late seventies. I was delighted when we reconnected after decades via Facebook and always enjoyed reading what he so selflessly shared about his life and opinions. I'll miss him terribly, but my life is better for having known this wonderful man.
Prayers for the Hawley Family, Larry's sense of humor and booming laugh will be greatly missed. Gob Bless you.
Larry was a very good friend of mine at CBOE. I have know him for 30 years as a wonderful co-worker and friend. Since he had left the job, we formed a lunch group just to get together with him and enjoy an hour together every other month or two. Larry's booming laugh would echo through the room. I miss him already. I think of him often and I cant get over the fact that he is gone. He will always be in a special place in my heart.
Larry I will miss our group lunches. I will miss having you correct my grammar and punctuation. I also thank you for forcing me to use my apostrophes correctly. I will miss your booming laughter, and your wit. I will miss your strong sense of justice, and your "Hangin' Judge" verdicts. Mostly, I will just miss you.