“Your father was an amazing person who never stopped working hard in his tenuous service to his country and family. I knew Liz soon after she moved to Topeka, and met him once when he visited. But I read about him prior to that--when he was asked to come out of retirement to act as special prosecutor--and admired him for all he'd been through and accomplished. I'm sorry for your loss, but his life is one of which you can all be proud!
“My deepest sympathy. I have fond memories of meeting Sara in Carefree, Arizona.
“rest in peace
“The greatest legacy your dad leaves for me is you. My fifth sister and an amazing human being. I will be forever grateful to him for bringing you into this world. xoxox
“I send my deepest condolences to your family. May God be with you in your time of grief.
“Like his outrageous personality A person who fought and expressed what his mind would direct him into. And, it would prove a lesson in the fact of not giving up! Now it's time for him to go to rest and to wait until our Lord Jesus bring him back to life (John 5:27,28) Please accept my most sincere condolences.
“TO THE FAMILY OF LAWRENCE WALSH. I AM SORRY TO HEAR OF THE LOSS OF MR. WALSH. MAY YOU FIND COMFORT BY DRAWING CLOSE TO GOD DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME (PS 121:1-8)
“I am so sad to hear he is gone. Judge Walsh and Annie were the nicest dog walking companions I ever had. I have always admired him and miss chatting with him. My condolences to his family.
WALSH--Hon. Lawrence E. A true American hero. My sympathies to his family and staff. Michael Jude Lane, Columbia College '81Read More