Charles L. Ballagh Sr.

Hamburg, New York

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I met Larry in the sixites,we were members of the Manson Judo club,I also was a flt Inst at Akron Airport,home of the Frontier parachute Club,I was alsohis Barber"Bob&John's"I believe we gave "Charlie his First Haircut" He is now hunting with Sid Binks.,although we haven't crossed paths in awhile,we will surly know each other when we meet again.John The Barber

I have known Larry since I was a very young girl .. He was one of my fathers very best friends and loved very much .. he will be dearly missed I can remember his smile and his laugh and how my father Frank Oddo would be excited to be going out on the golf course with him .. he did so many wonderful things for my family for my sisters graduation and at my wedding I would remember him from the places my father frequented and the smiles they shared he was always so wonderful I cant remember a...

I have known Larry since I was 14 yrs old. He was one of my dads very best friends. Larry you were and always will be one of the kindest people I have ever known in my 42 yrs of life. I pray for you & your family for God to always keep you. My dad Frank Oddo always thought the world of you. Thank you Larry for the best graduation party ever.....Your memory will live on in our hearts forever...Love Vicky

Larry ,
I knew you were going to be here soon this month and I've called your condo and been talking about you to all my friends , all the good times and memories . Well now,You've arrived here today as a Saint . I feel your presence now . I'm having one for you . I love you brother and I'll truely miss you .

I first met Larry about 4 years ago,when he brought his Porsche to to our repair shop. He always called me the boss. He was one of the most friendliest people I knew.
And I will miss hime greatly. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. God Bless

I met Larry in 1963 while jumping at Frontier Sky Divers. we were in the guard together and were great friends. We even shared an apatment for a while before I moved back to La. His sense of humor was a great part of who he was. I remember once I visited him at his resturant and he had just returned from a Karati Match in Rochester. I asked how he made out. He said that he came in second place. Later, I learned that there was only two people in his weight class. Our condolences to his loved...

May the Creator guide you in the right direction.
God bless!

I grew up in the Kenfield Housing project and knew Larry then. He was a good man and every few years I would run into him. He was always the same pleasant and gregarious guy I knew as a kid. My sympathy to his family.


Charles's Obituary

Charles Ballagh passed away in Hamburg, New York. Funeral Home Services for Charles are being provided by Kaczor Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on November 10, 2004.