Miss you larry,a true hero.
I never knew him personally,but I salute him as a patriotic American hero. I bought his book and many Wounded Warrior items in his honor. Rest assured sir,we will not stop what you started until justice is done. Thank you for your service.
Dad, My heart is broken. I cry rivers. The universe has lost a true Patriot. I have lost my HERO.... If I can only be one tenth the person you are, maybe I too could change the world. Love, Denise
Thank you Joseph M. Horne
I only knew Larry by reputation, reading about him during Obama's first campaign. I'm also a Vietnam Vet at Cam Rahn Bay in 1971-'72.
A great man and American Patriot. May he rest in Peace.
You were supposed to be here in California this wee....we were so looking forward to seeing you. I am still in shock....i cannot believe you are truly gone. I keep waiting for you to call, so we can talk for hours like we always did. A piece of me died with you last month. I love you so much, and think about you everyday. You were my father, friens & hero. I promise to do whatever I need to do to help keep your work moving forward. Love your youngest daughter.... ~Bump~
It was a pleasure meeting Larry and hearing his story. He witnessed Bill Ayers firsthand and documented his experience with the Weather Underground so the rest of us would know the truth and be able to fight against their influence. Thank you Larry for your contribution, I hope we can persevere.
sorry to hear about this great American and true patriot passing away. larry you will be missed but we will keep fighting for all you stood up for! God bless!
I had the honor of meeting Larry very recently. He was a true patriot and oath keeper. As a fellow veteran, I greatly appreciate his sacrifices. My sympathies to his family.
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Praying Gods peace for your household.
I know a little about this man, I can only regret not knowing him in person. One of strong character and well principaled. Bless your memorey!
Larry, I admire and miss you! You were a patriot and a believer, a husband,dad, father, writer, and friend. You were a true gentleman. I will carry your memory and example with me always.
You were a great boss and will be missed greatly ??
Larry, you were on my mind the past couple days and I was planning on calling you so we could get together like we discussed. I am so privileged to have met you and call you my friend. I called you an American Hero and you still are. No worries, we will pick up the torch my friend. You will not be forgotten. You love God, Jesus was and is your friend. You are in a much better place. New Life will come from your passing. Our Nation is worth fighting for and that you did my friend; you have proven that. You were not a talker... you were a doer!
God Bless you Larry you are Loved and will be missed!
The Northern Kentucky Tea Party
Larry worked for UPS on 3rd Street back in the 60's as did I, we met an talked in Ft. Myers where he was at a book signing during his break I went outside an talked with him he signed my book a true American. rest in Peace my brother.
My sympathies to the Grathwohl family. Although I did not know Mr. Grathwohl or the family, I would like to express my gratitude for giving me the freedom to live in the wonderful United States! You are OUR HERO!!!
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Screaming Eagles 101st Air Borne has lost a member Your a Hero here and will be there your cousin from the Big Red ONE Bruce Whoorah!
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
I met Larry four years ago when we participated in a presentation at the National Press Club together in Washington, D.C.
His knowledge of the Weather Underground, gained by his courageous infiltration of that terrorist organization for the FBI, and my experience as a cop who was on the scene of one of the many bombings that they perpetrated gave us a common cause to identify with.
We became good friends and it has been my privilege over the past four years to participate with him in getting the word out about the threats facing this country today.
He was a true American patriot and I'm very saddened that he has passed.
RIP, Larry. You did your duty courageously and tirelessly both in and out of uniform and will be missed.
My condolences to the Grathwohl family and to all of his other friends. May God give you strength in this time of sadness.
Larry and I have been friends since we met in the sixth grade. We grew up in the same neighborhood and stayed in touch through the years. He was a man of pronciple and conviction. He will be missed by all who knew him.
I had the great honor of meeting Larry this past April when he was a guest speaker for our TCTPF Meeting here in Summerfield, FLA. I had an opportunity to talk with him about what great service he provided to his country both in the military and with the FBI. Rest in peace Larry and THANK YOU for working to bring our country back. My deepest sympathies to the members of the Grathwohl Family.