So sorry to hear about Larry. He was my fishing and bridge buddy. Larry helped me make doughnuts at the Flint City Market. My condolences, Harold Hall
I can still recall going night fly fishing with Ken and his Dad in my younger years. He really enjoyed the fine art of fly fishing and sharing his skills with others
ken and Lynn,
Thank You! Larry met so much to me. I will never forget his wonderful smile and his sweet eyes. Words can not express my appreciation for bringing such a wonderful man into my life! I will miss and do miss him dearly. I think in Larry's words... "holy mackerel! I lived a good life!!"
Thank you! love, Mary Anne
Dear Ken and Lynne,
I was so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. I remember him with very fond memories. I can still hear him singing, "The old gray mare, she ain't what she used to be..." He was always such a kind, fun and happy person and a great neighbor, too! Blessings on the family, Mary Ruth Ruddock Adams
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends Proverbs 17:17
With Deep Sympathy
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
To Ken and Sue,
We are so very sorry to hear about your Dad. Ken, I'll always remember you talking about your Dad, I know he was a special part of your life. All of the activities he was involved in brought a smile to our faces. Our thoughts are with you and Sue.
Bruce and Lynn
I was saddened to learn of the death of your father. May your good memories of the life you shared with him bring peace and comfort to you and your loved ones.
Dear K. & L.
"Saddened to hear about the 'loss' of your father & friend. We too are saddened as we remember what a GREAT job your mom & dad did with "raising (teaching, training, & telling you about the importance of Christian Values & Virtues in living your life with their example & skills. ( I still recall the importance of helping out your neighbors after you T Pd a tree in front of your home. [We were never certain whether YOU guys did it or your friends.] Your mom was out picking up the 'damages' on a Sunday A.M. May God reward you with a Joyful
reunion in Heaven!
Pastor & Gretchen O. [ NOW Hartford, WI ]
P.S. Are you still playing harp ? Our Grace family still remember your skills - Lynn !
Knew Larry from duplicate bridge and we played Swiss team with him a year ago. We are going to miss his pleasant attitude and smile.
Condolences and prayers to the family of Larry Abbey. My parents, Ed & Evelyn Wiles, thought very highly of Larry & Alice and my dad had great respect for Larry as a "road man". My father kept me entertained with tales of Larry's efforts to teach him bridge in their later years. He was a lovely man. God Bless.
So, So, sorry to hear about your dad. I know there will be a great void in your life without him.Although I only met him once or twice I am sure he was a very caring person if he could raise a daughter as loving as you. May The Lord comfort you and your family in the days ahead. Our prayers are with you.
Ken and Lin,
I am so sad to hear that our awesome neighbor Larry, next door has left us all. We will truly miss his smile, kind heart & the occasionally visits. He told cute stories of you two and always saved the 1st raspberry of the season for his Lin. Your family is truly in our thoughts and hearts. -The Gibson Family
Ken and Sue...our condolences to you in the loss of your Dad. Chuck and Vi Springer
Sorry to hear of Larrys passing. We will miss him . He was a asset to MDOT and the old Michigan Dept of Highways.The metro retirees group will miss him . mike lemaux
To the Family of Larry Abbey:
I knew and worked very briefly with Larry in Maintenance in 1980 when I was training at the former Saginaw District Office on M-46. Larry was very approachable, friendly and helpful to me a new hire. I learned a lot in the short time I worked with him in the office and during his daily road inspections and garage tours. You have my deepest sympathy at this time.
Drew Buckner MDOT, Macomb-St. Clair Transportation Service Center, Chesterfield
I am saddened by this news. larry was a great neighbor and very kind to my mom mary
I will miss you more than you know my friend. You brought so much joy to my life. You were a little couscous at the beginning, yet I felt it didn't take you long to except us.i felt as if I was part of the family. I'm so sorry for your loss Ken and Lynne... But you had one fine father.
I met Larry across the bridge table and we played many times. He was a gentle, gentleman and a shark at the table.
I'll miss is smile. My condolences to the family.
Ken & Sue - we are so very sorry to hear the loss of your father - Lawrence Abbey. Please accept our deepest sympathy. He will be remembered in our thoughts and prayers.
We trust God's peace will be with you!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Larry will be missed.
The Flint Duplicate Bridge Club
I worked in Traffic and Safety and Construction Divisions for 11-1/2 years while Larry was at MDOT. He was very much a gentleman, kind, thoughtful and helpful. May God bless his family in your loss.
Ken and Sue - Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Brad and Deb McGee
May God bring you comfort in this difficult time, Abbey family.
To the Abbey Family:
Larry & Alice & their children were GREAT neighbors... even the Memorable T.P."incident"...
We'll miss the Abbeys & Lynn's Heart Concerts at our church...
Gretchen & Pastor O. - Hartford, WI