Lawrence-Hertle-Obituary

Lawrence Hertle

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

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I will always remember you as my 1st daddy. Thank you for that. With love and sympathy to the family. Love Anita

I love you Grandpa
Lindsay

Grandpa We said goodbye to you today and I miss you I wish you were still here with us I love you always

Hey Bryon,
Sorry for the loss of your dad. I know you really loved him. He was a great guy and fun to be around.
God bless you and your family
Jeff and Wendy

As His earthly family grows smaller, His heavenly family grows larger. Another light on earth has gone out.

Dad,
No words can explain
the emptiness I feel
The pain in my heart
will take time to heal
I love you so much
I can't stop this crying
The hole in my sole
like life slowly dying
My Angel from Heaven
blessed from above
A father who gave me
so much care and love
Your smile, your laughter
the twinkle in your eye
are forever ingrained memories
I'll treasure till I die
The sound of your voice
your loving...

Marlene,
Sorry to hear of your loss. The times i met Larry he seemed to always have a smile on his face, and by the way it sounds, he put a smile on many others faces. May you find peace knowing that God only takes the "BEST" and He doesn't make mistakes. You will be in my prayers. Love, Kim (Weege) Vieths

I will miss chatting with Larry; he was always fun to talk to, and he was a great neighbor. My deepest sympathies to Marlene and all the kids.

Mom sends her Love we all will miss you so much You were moms life an we are all so proud to have called you Dad. I said it before an I will say it again You are the best thing that ever came into moms an our lives Thank You for loving us an showing us how to love you I love you an miss you so until we meet again Love Darcee

Obituary

Lawrence's Obituary

Lawrence Hertle passed away in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Lawrence are being provided by Cremation Society of Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 7, 2012.