Laurence "Larry" Damon
1951 - 2021
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Laurence "Larry" T. Damon February 26, 2021 Laurence "Larry" T. Damon, 69, of Damon Road, New Woodstock passed away on Friday, February 26, 2021, after a lengthy battle with numerous medical issues. Larry touched many peoples lives throughout his lifetime, some with an iron fist, most with a warm embrace. Larry had a heart of a lion yet the tenderness of a lamb. He loved his dogs, Timber and Jet, and often reminisced about the time they shared near the ocean ,on the beaches and exploring the forests of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Larry was born on October 4, 1951. He grew up on the Damon Farm. Larry was an outstanding High School athlete, excelling in football, and baseball, following in the footsteps of his father. He was an avid hunter and photographer and also spent time writing poetry. Larry was predeceased by his father L. Stanley Damon, his mother Lois J. Damon, and his youngest brother Steven K. Damon. Larry is survived by his brothers Terry(Mary),,Kevin and sister Renee. Larry is also survived by his nieces and nephews. Jessica, Reilly, Mathew, Kara, Lisa, Samantha, Alex, Jennie, Andrea, and dear friend Theresa. No services are planned at this time, A Celebration of Larry's life will be held at a future date. Smith Funeral Home, DeRuyter has arrangements. Please sign the guestbook at
Published in Syracuse Post Standard from Mar. 5 to Mar. 7, 2021.
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March 14, 2021
Larry was one great football player and a good friend! My condolences and love go out to the family !
John Moyer
March 12, 2021
Terry, Kevin, and Renee: I just saw the posting on FB and was immediately brought to tears. Can't put into words the importance of all of you and the impact you have had on my life. From our earliest memories visiting the cousins from so far away to the realization that Grandma Corbett had such an impact on your lives, we are truly family. With Larry's passing, I'm sure he's in a better place. God Bless all of you and know you're in my prayers & thoughts. Love you all.
Andy Corbett
March 8, 2021
I will always remember the good times we had together you will be greatly missed my friend may you rest in the lords arms Fran
Fran Conners
March 8, 2021
Larry was a good friend to me when I moved to Cazenovia my senior year. Nothing but good memories and smiles.
Pat Allen
March 8, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Debbie Warner rice
March 7, 2021
Many years ago Larry was a baseball pitcher and I was a catcher. Catching his fastball was a frightening experience. They came roaring from the mound and often they hurt my hand - even with a thick catcher's mitt on. He had tremendous speed but his control was unpredictable (which terrified the batters). I marvelled at his raw power. He was born strong and when he played football he relished taking a few players over the goal line with him. I had not seen Larry in over 50 years but I alawys remember his enthusiasm, his love of competition and his tremendous athletic abilities. My condolences to his family on his death.
Daniel Tennant
March 5, 2021
RIP Larry, condolences to his family.
Thomas Moriarty
March 5, 2021
Larry was a dear dear friend and I am deeply saddened by his passing. I remember the first day we met, we were ten years old and we have been good friends ever since. We called ourselves the Damon Road farm kids and wore the title proudly. I will miss him a lot, R.I.P. my old friend. Kev,
Kevin Hurlbert
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