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November 24, 2014
I remember my dear cousin very fondly. We camped together in the White Mtns in NH in the 1940s. He always made me laugh and I loved his cartoons. He visited me when I was growing up in Gloucester,Ma and even visited me when I was working at a medical research library in NY. I last saw him many years ago in San Francisco. I aways loved his distinctive red hair.
Lois Cohan
November 13, 2014
What a gift to the world this man was! He always created an atmosphere of happiness and generosity. He was a "foodie" before that word was invented. Not a meeting was held by him without a presentation of chocolate covered graham crackers (hand dipped), His mothers apple pies, dim sum from the little place in North Beach. Ahhhh, he was an angel. Even took it upon himself to keep everyone together when Dymo closed the Emeryville office. Loved that sweet man! I'm thankful for the opportunity to have worked with him.
May 5, 2014
Larry was a major reason why it was so much fun to work at Dymo. He had an always-filled jar of Jelly Bellys on his desk, and pioneered bringing in cut up rotisserie checked which aroma spread throughout the 7th St. (early day) offices.

Always in good humor, always with that Brooklyn accent, Larry was a singular presence at Dymo. And it was likewise a treat to know Kate, the WAC sergeant who outranked Larry and was equally Brooklyn-ish.
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