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James J. Large

Concord, New Hampshire

Apr 24, 1928 – Jul 21, 2010


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Bennett Funeral Home Obituary

James Joseph Large, 82, formerly of Cohoes, NY, died Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at Concord Hospital. Born in Troy, NY he was the son of John P. and Sarah (Ricketts) Large. He was a graduate of LaSalle Institute where he was later president of the Fathers Club. For 40 years he worked as a...

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Jane, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Blessings always. Marjorie MacAdam, Apt. 329.

Jane, Terry, Christine, Kevin and Sarah,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this most difficult time. Always cherish and remember the wonderful memories you have had together. Know that he is in a place more beautiful and more peaceful than anyone could begin to imagine...with deepest sympathy and love.
Michele and Chuck Fannucci

Terry, Christine, Kevin & Sarah:
Our thoughts are with you during this sad time. Terry often speaks about his family, and has shared some wonderful heartfelt stories involving his dad so we know how much he will be missed by all of you. - PSNH Colleagues

Aunt Jane , Terry and family , Our hearts and thoughts are with you all and we are deeply sorry for your loss.

John and Susan Large ( Cohoes Ny )

Jane, Terry and family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. Jim was a great person and will be missed.
Bob & Mania Zabek
Lisa, Jeff & Julianne Twarog
Kevin & Keli Zabek

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I am keeping the Large family in my prayers.
Christine, please let us know if we can do anything to help you out during this hard time.

God bless,
Rich, Abbey, Morgann, Kaydan and Isiah.


I am sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family.

Terry and Family , I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. I buried my dad the same time just last year. Both my mom and dad are up at the VA in Boscawen. You will find in time the sorrow you feel now will be replaced with only joyful memories of your dad from the past. God Bless, Kevin Madden