Aunt Dottie, Chuck, and to all the family and friends of my Uncle Larry, ...And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. I will always remember his smile and loving spirit. All my Love, Cheryl (Foster) Eberhart and Family
Our deepest sympathy to our cousin, Chuck, and to Uncle Larry's family at this most difficult time. He was most loved and we have good times to remember while growing up in Fremont and visiting in Columbus. He will be missed by all who had the opportunity to know and love him.
His niece, Barbara (Roberts) Turner & Family, Fremont, OH
"Mr. Johnson" as he was referred to by all the children at Ward Branch embraced their hearts with love .
Larry's service to the Y.M.C.A. of Central Ohio was special as he delivered the our mission to chilfren and adults. All I can say is " thank you Larry for all who learned from your journey of life both members and staff at the Ward Branch "
Aunt Dottie, I cannot say on paper what I feel in my heart, but please know the love I have for you at this time. Uncle Larry's life was full of celebrated memories I will not forget. He always inspired me to keep moving forward. I love him for that. I will see you in a few months.
Three Bronze Stars
God Bless/RIP,to ALL who served in WWII.The USA would NOT be as it is today.Thank YOU for your service,Larry."Off we go into the wild blue yonder"......and Semper Fi.