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Laurence F. "Larry" Janquart Obituary
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September 22, 2018

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September 22, 2018

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November 22, 2017
I also worked at MATC, and remember Larry well. One graduation he was selected to carry the new mace, which T&I students had made. After the ceremony and him leading the procession the whole length of the room, he giggled and told me "I thought I was going to drop it; my arms were shaking so much. This thing is heavy!" That was Larry. Fond thoughts are being sent his way, he will be missed by many. Joanne J-C.
November 22, 2017
Condolences to the family. His father was my uncle, brother to my father Norman Janquart. I don't recall meeting him though
November 19, 2017
I met Laurence back in 1982/83 when I met his one daughter Anne, One of my memories of Laurence , was when I needed brakes on my nova and he helped me , when it was time to test drive it ,I took the car out and the rear brakes were so tight that when I got back the drum brakes were smoking and all he siad dont be concerned the pads are seating to the drum. He was a cool guy , rest in pease Larry. Find my mom and give a hug for me