Larry W. Aamoth
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AAMOTH, Larry W. Larry Wayne Aamoth, 60, of Town Beach Rd., Old Saybrook passed away Monday, (June 13, 2005) at the Middlesex Shoreline Clinic in Essex. He was born in Ada, MN on November 18, 1944, son of the late Emil and Myrtle (Fossum) Aamoth. Larry was a U.S. Air Force Veteran serving in Vietnam. He was a graduate of Yale University and was owner and operator of On the Spot Applied Graphics in Old Saybrook. Larry was an avid golfer and Guitar player but most of all he was a loving father, brother and friend. He will be sadly missed. He is survived by his three daughters, Kelley Murphy, Corey Culligan and Kristi Curtiss of Old Saybrook. He is also survived by a brother, three sisters, five grandchildren and his former wife, Dolores Demetrion of East Lyme. Memorial services with Military Honors will be at 7 p.m. Friday evening at the Swan Funeral Home,1224 Boston Post Rd., Old Saybrook. There are no calling hours and the burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Please visit www.mem.com for an everlasting memorial tribute.


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Published in Hartford Courant on Jun. 16, 2005.
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June 24, 2005
Dearest Spot:

Thank you for spending my birthday weekend with me, and I’ll never erase your birthday message you sang to me on my voice mail. I realize now how lucky I was to have you as a friend. You were always there for me when I was down and I was down a lot, but you always cheered me up. You had a great sense of humor and a magnificent smile that I will never forget. I can’t thank you enough for all the help with my move back to Connecticut, the painting and repairs on the condo. Thank you for your support and advice (not that I always took it). Your friendship meant a great deal to me and I will miss you immensely. Heaven will be a greater place with your arrival. God bless – you will always be in my heart.

I love you,
Emily
Emily Nelson
June 18, 2005
Some of our funniest, fondest memories included Spot. Our daughter danced with his three, and we still have the videos he shot to prove it. We'll miss his face.
Don and Casey McGannon
June 16, 2005
Always a gentleman...
Always a smile...
Chuck & Pat Miller
June 16, 2005
"Spot" was one of those people who made you feel special and always seemed to put a smile on your face. I'm so glad that I had a chance to be a friend of Larry's, maybe not a close friend, but a friend just the same. Just knowing him made my life a little better and sometimes with his smile and humor, a little more bearable. Look out heaven, here he comes!
Michael O'Herlihy
June 16, 2005
Larry was a gentle and good friend who will be sorely missed. His kindness and warm smiles create memories that will last forever.
Earle and Margie Hamilton
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