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July 16, 2018

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March 10, 2018
I miss you so much it hurts!!!!!
I love you more than you will ever know(

Kathleen xoxoxo
August 2, 2017
The Conte family loves the Lario family as their own. We will always hold fond and fun memories of Frank in our hearts. Our deepest condolences to Kay and the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren! All forever loved.
June 13, 2017
My name is Robyn Dickinson(formerly Robyn Hendrick). I had the benefit of meeting Judge Lario on July 5, 1995 in Camden Superior Court while pursuing a divorce from my then husband, Myron. I again, unknowingly was in front of Judge Lario when I begain my career with DYFS in 1997. The judge had the most gracious words for me and my ex-husband that day and I will never forget them. Although I was very hurt, not wanting a divorce, but felt the very need to pursue it. I was all emotionally broken inside, but I didn't shed a tear during the hearing. Afterwards, the judge acknowledged that our proceedings were the most amicable that he had ever seen in his time and career as a judge, and commended us right there before we left. I thought nothing more of it. When I saw him two years later, I was standing in the back of a full courtroom for DYFS and unaware of whom he was. He asked my trainer out of no where "who is your distinguishing colleague?". She told him my name and he asked me how I was doing. From that point, I was wondering why he picked me out of all those people. I was thinking all day. I had no idea that it was Judge Lario until I went home and pulled my divorce decree(just in case it was him and it was). I often thought about him over the years and remembered what he said to us. This morning, I did an internet check to see if he was still in Camden as a Superior Court judge with a thought of reaching out to him to see how he was doing. To share some current thoughts and my families history today. I now know that he is in his final resting place. My condolences to the entire family. May you all have peaceful thoughts of him. I only wish that I attempted to reach him before now. He definitely left an impression on me.
God Bless,
Robyn
November 14, 2016
Dear Kay
Please accept my heartfelt condolences to you and your family on the passing of Frank. I am very proud to have called Frank my friend, which the passage of time did not diminish.
Sam Gerstein