I can't believe you're gone. Although I haven't seen you in a while I'm going to miss you so much. I can't rememeber a time when I was living at home and you weren't there with Jim. I loved being around you at home and the bowling alley. You made me laugh all the time and it was wonderful just knowing you. Big hugs to you. I'll never forget you! Love you
I'll miss you Uncle "Isaiah" Larry. You always had funny stories and jokes that would crack me up. I'll see you again one day. Love you always!
My deepest sympathy for the family, I worked with Larry at the Can and he was always a very nice person. May God watch over your family and comfort them in this time of need.
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Larry. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God comfort you during this difficult time. Peace be with you and your family.
In marriage, the reference is sometimes made as "the better half" Your marriage was made of two better halves forming to make the perfect couple. Your union exemplified what marriage can and should be, respect, devotion and undying love for each other. Dottie may you be sustained by knowing that love never dies. All my love and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time. Love Earlene
To the Searles family -
I grew up in Alpha and remember Larry well. He was always very friendly and polite. I am so sorry to learn about your loss, but he obviously left a wonderful legacy to all who knew him.
With deepest sympathies,
Suzanne (Riddle) Isaksen
Those we love and lose are always connected by heartstrings into infinity. In this time of sorrow I pray for you Dottie, Kevin and all Larry's loved ones to find peace and know he will be the sunshine that envelopes you, the rain that washes away the sorrow knowing you will see him again one day. Much love and prayers
My deepest sympathy for your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time! May he rest in peace!
My deepest sympathy to your family and friends. Larry was great bowler and good friend. Ray Fenstermaker
Sorry to have read this. Larry attended Alpha Public School when I did as a child. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Sorry for your loss he was a nice guy and coworker and very polite going to miss him r.I.p.
Dottie, my deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Dana & Ashleigh Tomcics
My heart felt sympathy for you and your family. Life can seem so unkind to take a man as wonderful as Larry. There must be bigger and better plans for him we just don't know about. Cherish the time you had with him. I am so sorry for your loss.
To Dottie & Family, I don't have the words to tell you how heart sick I am to hear of Larry's passing. I am in total shock, we just saw each other only a couple of weeks ago. I have many memories of good times with Larry. He was a good man with a loving heart. I feel your pain and know what you are going though at this time. The family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Very sorry for your loss I met and knew Larry at a very young age and best friends with Kevin at that time .May god bless you.
i would like to give my prayers to his wife and the whole searles family. i knew larry all the way in the 7o's at p'burg high. he was very well liked, and he was a cool guy. i am glad i was able to buy him and his wife a beer at the (holy family club in nazereth pa.) R.I.P. email@example.com
Not the way this gentle giant should depart us, but the lord has his own plan for all of us. I will miss your kind way and respect you gave and your fun loving attitude for all of us bowlers.
Jeffrey A. & Eileen Kirk
To the Searles family,
There are no words to express how sorry Ed and I are for your loss. Growing up in Alpha, we all knew each other, but we were both lucky enough to call Larry "friend". Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
L'inda and Ed Ketrow
Dottie and family - sending thoughts and prayers your way at this time to help you through these tough times....Larry will be missed so much. I am lucky to have met both of you and to share laughter and conversation as we enjoyed our time at the club, golfing, dinner.... God Bless..
So sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Although I have not spoken with him in many years, I did touch base with Kevin recently and it brought back many pleasant memories of Larry and the entire Searles Family. Rest in Peace my friend.
Dottie, words can't even express the sorrow and loss I feel for you and your family. I feel as though we have been friends a lifetime even though its been relatively short. I so looked forward to seeing the both of you on Wednesdays. Larry's laughter and smile was infectious and he adored you like no other. My thoughts and prayers are with you my friend. He will be greatly missed by so many.
For Dottie & Larry's loved one's: He was a kind man, with a gentle soul. I am sorry I didn't get to know him longer! He had great bowling advice and he will be greatly missed! Much Love and Peace to you all...
I am lucky to have had this wonderful man in my life for the last eight years as my step father. Thank you for all you have done for myself, my brother and my mother. You will be in my heart forever.
Im so sorry Dottie ,im still in shock .He was such a nice man and always made me laugh . ill never forget the time i was at redners and he threw over the grocery store aisle when i was all alone . I thought i was on candid camera since i was the only one in that aisle. And he came around the corner we laughed so loud .Ill never forget how he made me laugh
Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow.
Larry was a great person with big heart !!!
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
Our hearts are heavy for the entire Searles Family, he will forever be in our memories...rest easy Larry and keep a watch on us...until we meet again..
To gene Kevin April Crissy and Larry Jr I would like to express my deepest sympathy , there are times you just can't put into words exactly how one feels , this is one of them. please take comfort in knowing where he is and we will see him again
larry was a very nice guy to work with at the can,i knew him and his family from hesses on s main street.my prayers go to the entire searles family.he will not be forgotten
Larry was a giver, a true ambassador for the sport of bowling. His joy for the game was infectious and the void he leaves will be difficult to fill. He would help everyone and he was a heck of a competitor. To those of us he leaves behind there will be sorrow but also wonderful memories of a wonderful person. Rest in peace my our friend.
i am so very sorry to hear of your tragic loss...
Dottie & Family, Sending our prayers, love & deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time. Larry will be missed by so many people. God must've needed Larry for something special, I'm sure it's to keep everyone in Heaven laughing with his wonderful sense of humor. Rest in Peace, Larry.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Larry was such a nice guy,person,coworker.I will truely miss him.All family.and friends you are in my thoughts and prayers.
I worked with Larry at the Can for many years, We had a lot of laughs. So sorry to hear this. God Bless the family.
My condolences to the entire Searles family. It has been a pleasure and an honor to have bowled with Larry through the years. He was a true competitor and sportsman. He will be missed.
I am so sorry for your loss Dottie. I will always remember the good times we had on Tuesday nights. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers
My thoughts are with you Dottie and the family. He will be truly missed.
Dottie, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. I didn't know you and Larry long, but I know he was a great person. He will always be with you watching over everyone.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
My condolences to Larry's entire family for their loss and that my thoughts and prayers
are with them during this
difficult time. I work at Graham
and every morning after Larry would punch in He'd walk through the QC lab and say
"hey Reeder, what's up? Of
course my response was good
morning Larry. I will miss
that. Larry called me Reeder
because he had worked with
my Brother Mick at the Can.
Again my condolences.