L was my mother's cousin. He is the last of the cousins to pass. An incredible family. Good bye Uncle L.
I have wonderful memories of Larry and Jane and our families together. What long and vigorous lives they led! Best wishes...
Tige -- I was saddened to read of your fathers death. What a great man and inspiration. And to live to 101!
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I met Larry Harris when he and his wife were residents at The Manor, as were my parents, Gene and Cynthia Wheary. A gracious man who always brought me up to date when I would visit, he really looked after and kept in touch with my parents as they began to fail. I appreciated Larry and know he is in a good place.
I send sincerest condolences on behalf of myself and my husband, Bill Garner, who was employed by Ames, Harris & Neville for a number of years in the 1950s.
May God bless and comfort you in your time of sorrow.
Larry and Jane were so generous with their time and advice to Sarah and I. Two newlywed kids looking for a place to live were given valuable advice and encouraged to relocate to Boise. We will always be grateful for the time Larry and Jane shared with two strangers in September 1976. Our lives were forever changed and we will never forget their generosity.
John and Sarah Connolly