“Diane, I am so very sorry. I only found out today and would have been there for you at the service. You and Larry were such an inspirational couple and I know your love and support helped him through the many years of his battle with cancer. You were both so blessed. With love and my deepest condolences. Nancy Butler
“May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
“I was very sorry to hear of Larry's passing he was a sweetheart growing up and will be sadly missed by that knew and Loved him. My thoughts are with you and your Family
“I am so sorry to hear of Larrys passing. I truly loved this guy and loved working with him. He fought a tough battle with this awful disease bravely and without complaint for so many years. I know that everyone that ever met him was toughed by his loving nature and quick wit and that includes me. I will miss him and my thoughts go out to all of his family. Hopefully there can be Peace in the thought that he is no longer fighting and is no longer in pain. I am so sorry that I cannot be...
“Diane and family,
Truly you were Heaven sent to Larry when you met each other. Larry was not only a cousin, but a friend. He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
“We will miss you and loved you very much. You were very special. Took good care of your family. Sharon & Bob
“Rest in peace Larry
“Uncle Larry, I am going to miss you, I could see how much you cared about Micki and me and I am glad I made you proud in the end. May you find peace and love up in heaven.
“Larry you have been one of my best friends for many years, you will never be forgotten. I love you. RIP
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PALERMO and BANGOR - Larry William Clark, 63, died Feb. 18, 2014, at his home in Palermo with family by his side after 14-plus years courageously battling cancer. He was born May 3, 1950, in Bangor, the son of Herbert N. and Patricia M. (Harris) Clark. Larry married Diane Y....Read More