May you rest in peace, good and faithful servant.
Larry was such a big part of the neighborhood. We will always remember his good humor, his generosity, and the trips to Friendship, IN. We still look for him to come around the corner with Andrew the Chihuahua beside him. He was a wonderful man, a terrific neighbor and will be greatly missed.
Sisters Marilyn Shea and Marlene Lehmkuhl - both foremer directors of the SCN Associates - loved Larry and all his many, unique kindnesses to the residents of Nazareth Home. He was one of the kindest of human persons.
My deepest sympathy to family and friends of Larry. Prayers for you all. He will be missed.Such an outstanding person,full of love and humor. It was privilege to know and love him.
Larry was like a Dad,A Brother and my very best FRIEND. He was caring FUNNY a loyal friend. I remember so many trips we have taken,and so many outrages things he would do.I,m so thankful and Blessed to have him as a friend. I will truly be lost without him, R.I.P. my friend. My sympathy to the Family. Ron Quire
Thank you Lawrence-E for all you did for Mom. You were so good to her and she loved the rides with you and Aunt Marie and always remember "BOB"!
Larry, send me a postcard when you get there.
You have my sincerest sympathy at this time, may you find comfort from our loving creator who invites us to pour out our hearts in prayer to him. (Psalm 62:8 )
I remember Larry from his days working at Nazareth Home. He was a good, respected and devoted member of the staff at Nazareth Home. He was kind and loyal to everyone. God bless Larry and his family.
I knew Larry a long time ago and he was a great and funny guy. My condolences go out to his family. He will be missed.