Larry Boggioni
1954 - 2019
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Published in San Diego Union-Tribune on May 22, 2020.
Celebration of Life
01:00 PM
Santee United Methodist Church
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August 27, 2019
RIP uncle Larry... you will be greatly missed by everyone who knew you. I will never forget you. You and my dad, laughing at all his jokes whenever you would visit us, and you two spending hours fishing together.

Say hello to my dad in heaven for me, and may you rest in eternal peace. Love your first niece Cheyenne Boggioni.
Cheyenne Boggioni
May 30, 2019
Great guy, I will miss our conversations. Rest easy my friend
Rhonda McKee
May 28, 2019
Larry was a wonderful friend and neighbor to me he loved his family and he dearly loved them . He was a good father and grandfather as he loved his grandchildren and had them over to play every time he could. Oh how they loved him when he had them come to play and visit they loved him so.....
Larry was so helpful to me and always gave a helping hand for me and all of our neighbors. I will miss Larry but he was a good Christian and he knew and loved Our Lord. I know that he is walking with OUR LORD. Bless Him! Nancy Knox
May 28, 2019
Larry will be greatly missed! A great neighbor to our Mom and a great friend to her family. We loved teasing him about his Raiders and our Chargers! We will see him in Heaven as he knew where his next stop was to be... fully healed with His Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Praying for his family as they grieve a great man. Every tear shed will be worth it as you hold onto your hope of seeing him again.
Vickie and Alec Zier
May 26, 2019
Your love for life and family will live on with us all! RIP my friend! ❤
Aunt Deb Wappler
May 25, 2019
Larry you were a bright light to me!
May 25, 2019
I met Larry at Shadow Hill Park in Lakeside. We both took our grandkids to play that day. The kids were swinging and Larry and I started chatting. As it turned out, I knew his daughter Amy. Our daughters went to high school and church together. He became a very important friend from then on. We enjoyed sharing about our grandkids and our love for God. One time we met up at a fall festival and he bought this little Hawaiian dress for Kaylee. He was so excited about giving her that dress and wanted to know if I thought she'd like it. I told him it was very cute and I think she would really like it. Larry was very kind and Noble and the bravest man I know. And I will surely miss him! My love and my prayers go out to you Amy and Molly and all his family and friends!
Susan Hissom
May 25, 2019
His humor and his love for his grandkids.
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