my condolences to the smith famly,he was a friend and class mate,he will be missed by many,rest in peace.
To Donald and To The Smith Family,
May YOU each find comfort in knowing that Larry lived a life of "SERVICE", which touched many lifes. Larry loved and enjoyed imparting his wisdow and vast knowledge to all he came in contact with. He took and made time to have a meaningful conversation with anyone who was willing to listen. Yes...Larry was a man of many words and a wealth of knowledge!! I am sure when YOU each reflect on YOUR many conversations with YOUR beloved Larry, YOU will find that he is as near as YOUR "heart", the place where YOUR "treasures" are "stored"!!
"From A Member Of The Eastside Family"
To The Smith Family:
The Gilbert Family wish to express their deepest sympathy for the lost of your brother, Larry. We know that Jesus said that He would go away and prepare a place for you and where he go, ye shall go also, for in His father's house are many mansions. We know that Larry has prepared the way to be with the father.
May God continue to bless you and give you strength to endure the pain.
The Gilbert family submits their love
to your family.
To the Smith Family:
Although no words can really help to ease the loss you bear, just know that you are very close in every thought and prayer.
To The Smith Family,
We all grew up together on Rhode Island Street and had a fun time doing it. Larry, attended my mother's homegoing and spoke words of comfort to our family. He was that kind of a person. I am truly sorry for your loss but Jesus is now in control and that he will see you through this moment of grief. God bless Larry's entire family.
Sister Valerie and Family,please know that we your PGEMBC Family is praying for you during this dark hour in your life. We love you and the Family, it's our prayer that God hold your very closely and you lean on His everlasting arms..............
I pray that God give you strength during your time of bereavement. I am saddened to hear this news. Larry and I go way back; Eastside Little League, Pulaski and Roosevelt (68). He was a good guy. May he RIP. God Bless
To the Smith family in prayer. Larry was a good brother to me when I first hired in at stauffer chem. co.which is now rhodia chem. co. and became good friends. Glad to know he was in the spiritual realm. God bless you "Smitty" Rest in Peace.
My condolence and prayers to the family.
Lynette Mickens Batiste, RHS, Class of '68