Harry was my best friend in high school,more like a brother. My deepest sympathy to his family. As Steven said he was a great man.
The Pain I feel everyday from the Loss of my Daddy is Unbelievable and almost unbearable at times but it has no comparison to the the amount of Pride I feel being his Son!
My Daddy was and always will be the my source of Strength and Courage and my way to measure true character!
I Love You Daddy,Forever and Always,till we meet again!
We are so sad to hear of Harry's passing. May God bless you and keep you in his care, now and in the days to come. We love you all more than you know. - Love always, The Crocco Family
Harry, We know you are at peace. We continue to pray for you and your family.
We are honored to have had Harry as part
of our family at the Key West Police
I had the opportunity to go to Key West High School with Harry and David. I graduated with Harry and play football for three years. Harry was an amazing football player and I believe he broke my nose on one occasion. I also went on to become a police officer in Miami and know from talking to fellow officer in Key West that Harry was as good a police officer as he was a football player. My prayers are with all of Harry's family and friends. God bless you all.
Just a note to Harry's family and friends. I went to High School in Key West with Harry. I also had the experience of playing football with Harry, though nowhere near at the level he played at. I too went on to a career in law enforcement and finished nearly 27 years in Miami. Harry and David were both friends and I know he was a fine law enforcement officer who stayed the course. I will maintain great memories of Key West and all the Lariz brothers. My prayers are with you all. God bless all of you.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Hi Mary..so sorry for your loss. You were blessed to have each other. Praying for you, Jen Bright
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I think Mr. Lariz should have been 'officer of the year' in 1969! I'm happy that he had a chance to live in the 'country' for a spell. Chiefland certainly meets that designation.
RIP Mr. Lariz.