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Larry A. Doyle

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Capt. Larry A. Doyle, USCG, (Ret.) age 64, passed with his loving family at his side at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, FL. on Nov. 1, 2014. Larry was the son of Archie and Lois Doyle of S. Portland, ME and was born on April 25, 1950. Larry is survived by his bride of 43 years, Jane...

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I still think of him often. Cliff Berry will never be the same without him. He was a great leader and a good friend

Dear Jane; we were so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

I just learned of Larry's passing from the Coast Guard Retiree Newsletter and was saddened by the news. My condolences to his family. Larry was a good friend during our Coast Guard days. He always had time to chat and offer an encouraging word. Our paths even crossed a few times while he worked for CBI. He will certainly be missed by all who knew him.

Dear Jane and Family, I recently saw a listing in a CG publication of the passing of my good friend from our old days back in Toledo. Larry left a lasting impression on me through out my career and life! Thinking of Larry brings a smile to my face, he was very professional and entertaining at the same time. I was responsible for recommending him to go to Alaska on the Exon Valdez oil spill cleanup to replace me! Jane, I will keep you all and Larry in my prayers. My email ([email protected])

I just learned of Larry's passing in the CG Retiree newsletter. He was a great boss and good friend. His wit and wisdom will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

It was an honor working for you and thanks for the opportunity. Fair Winds and Following Seas, Capt Doyle.

As a regulator, Larry and I some times sat on opposite sides of the table but I always respected his professionalism, as well as, his ability to separate that from our friendship. He contributed so much to the waste management community and he will be sorely missed.

Larry, I loved your stories (especially the bear story)! Thank you for sharing them. You will be greatly missed.
Our thoughts are with you Jane, Erin and the Doyle family.

For the Huebner family-Robin

Jane and Family -
Larry was a wonderful friend to Seafarers' House and to mariners everywhere. Not only did he opt to support us many times throughout the years with financial gifts, but he also always supported me personally with good counsel and great kindness. We had some lovely lunches together with his Mom when she came to town to visit and I greatly enjoyed our many different conversations through the years, where no matter the story Larry was telling, I always learned something...