Larry-Trippy-Obituary

Larry Trippy

Alameda, California

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Larry, my husband and I will never forget your kindness and smile. We could always count on you when we needed your help during Sunday night bowling at Mel's Bowl. Even when one of the bowling pins (#10) was stuck in the thingamajig, you stopped what you were doing and managed to walk between the gutter of my lane and the adjoining lane to unjam that bowling pin. Everytime I came in on Sundays for my league, you greeted me as sweetie and asked "how are you", and I know I was not...

Larry-you were a friend of my family for nearly 40 years. we will have a toast for you and good memories,nothing but good times. your influences made me part of who I am today.There was no other GIANTS fan than larry.Thanks Clark. R.I.P Larry Clark Trippy ---Kristopher Ackerman and family

Thanks for the few times you made me, a complete stranger, smile. Your greetings always struck me as sincere and heart felt. Rest in Peace.

May you rest in peace. My condolences to Larry's family and friends.

Larry...you will surely missed by all of the Doumitt and Cafe Fudgelato families. Your smiling face, your warm genuine greetings and daily conversations will forever be remembered. May you rest in peace and keep the skies filled with that beautiful heart of yours.

I cannot describe the crown of sadness and sorrow I'm wearing upon hearing of Larry's passing. He was just the kindest and sweetest man, and ALWAYS had a friendly greeting for me. I guess angels need to read newspapers,too.
Siempre vida, Larry!

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Larry's Obituary

Larry Trippy, a longtime community icon of Alameda's Park Street, died on Feb. 9, 2010. He was 60.

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