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Lawrence Edmund Hittinger Obituary
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August 20, 2018

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May 22, 2018
I am a neighbor from around the corner who met Larry on several occasions while I was out walking my dog. He was so kind and would always give my dog lots of love. From our little conversations we would have now and then, I learned about his service in the South Pacific during World War II, about his love for the Poconos area, and about his pride in his family. I had not seen him this spring as the weather had just been so awful the past few months, but a couple weeks ago I was out walking my dog and took in the beautiful azaleas and dogwoods that were finally flowering in his yard, and I thought, "I totally love that Larry's yard just bursts forth in such color every year. I bet he loves it." Last week while walking my dog, I saw the changes in the yard, and I suddenly realized he was gone. I looked down and there was a four-leaf clover right there. Though we didn't know each other beyond first names, greetings, and general neighborly chats, I was so glad to have met him, to have learned how he was part of that generation that changed the world for the better, and to have that kind of person in our neighborhood. I will miss him, but I want his family to know that he made our world--both small and wide--a better place.