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August 29, 2016

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of Larry's Girls, Birgit and Karin.
September 4, 2015
My condolences to the family of Dr.Moore, I am a masters degree student in forensic psychology at SNHU. While conducting research on the Tarasoff duty for my class, I found this site. The perception I had of Dr. Moore has changed based on the description you have provided, and I truly appreciate the fact that Dr, Moore tried so fervently to stop the actions of Poddar, which later led to the supreme court ruling on the Tarasoff duty as this is not something which is well known.
November 24, 2013
I met him in the 1990s in Heidelberg, Germany and i´ll never forget him. I was just a child, but i can remember very good.
He was great and like a grandfather for me. Such a brilliant, funny and amazing person.
All the best for his daughter and wife!
June 16, 2013
Larry will be so very missed. His razor sharp intellect and his brilliant wit and humor have enriched us all.
May 26, 2013
One of my closest friends for more than 50 years, (since my Rathskeller days began in August 1961) but not so much for the last 10 years or so due to our mutual stubbornness and downright stupidity. I am happy for our at least partial recent reconciliation and hope that he was too. There are apparently many stories of Larry's wild past, at least some of which are true, but by the time we met his Rathskeller days were behind him and we spent most of those early days drinking, smoking, and (would you believe) playing chess. Those days are sorely missed, as are the more recent ones mostly devoted to eating and drinking (that word again) and socializing with our families. Promising to keep in closer touch with Birgit and Karin in the future.
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