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Larry Robert Broman

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LARRY ROBERT BROMAN Was called home to be with our Lord on October 21, 2012. Larry was born November 27, 1946 in San Diego, Ca. to Helen and Robert Broman. He grew up in Cypress, California. He has three brothers, Terry, Ronnie and Randy Broman. Larry is the father of two daughters, Heather O'Hara and Amity Brackett and grandfather of Kaitlyn O'Hara, and Jacob Brackett. He graduated from Western High School in Anaheim in 1965. After graduation he enlisted in the Air Force and served four years as a flight mechanic during the Viet Nam War. He studied corporate law at Western Law School and spent most of his career working for Suzuki and Yamaha Corporations as the Warehouse Manager of shipping and receiving. He eventually became the Manager of Yamaha Motor Works in Elk Grove Village Illinois. In 1979, Larry and his family moved to Woodcrest/Riverside CA where he enjoyed raising and showing horses for the American Paint Horse Association. He was an avid fisherman; he enjoyed fishing with his children and family buddies Sam Beal and Ron Edwards. He also enjoyed boating, skiing and snow boarding with his daughters. What Larry loved most was spending time with his daughters and grandchildren. The birth of his grandchildren gave him much joy over the past three years. He was very involved in their activities and shared his love and caring with all his family. Larry was always there when needed to help out and gave whatever he could to all he loved. His passing leaves a large emptiness in the hearts of our family; he is preceded in death by his father, mother and brother Ronnie. Larry was a born again Christian, he attended Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside. A memorial service will be held at the Harvest Church Sanctuary in Riverside on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 12 noon. A reception will follow at the Canyon Crest Country Club in Riverside CA. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations in Larry's name to the National Death with Dignity Center at http://www.deathwithdignity.org/.


Published in Press-Enterprise on Oct. 24, 2012
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