A THE COLOR OF MEMORIES TABLE ARRANGEMENT was ordered on February 27, 2018
Message from Peggy Hadley
February 27, 2018 8:46 PM
My heart has broken upon hearing my beloved boss from years gone by has left this earthly life and resides in heaven now. Such a gentle soul, and heaven is his reward for a life well lived. Sue, girls and grands ... my deepest sympathy and thoughts of you, as these days, weeks and months go by. May our Father God comfort each of you, and fill your hearts with nothing but peace and love. Jesus was with Larry when he took his last breath on earth ... and was carried into heaven and a glorious life ever after. I praise God for His promise of life ever after, through Jesus The Savior.
Message from Ed and Dede Smith
February 28, 2018 9:21 AM
Our deepest condolences to your family!! Sending much love and prayers to you all!!
A candle was lit by Rebecca Adams
on February 28, 2018 3:10 PM
Message from Anita Rupert Drummond
March 1, 2018 5:53 PM
Sue and Family - I was so sorry to see that Larry had died. He was a great classmate. My thoughts are with you at this time.
Message from michael & remy paisley
March 2, 2018 1:11 PM
Mrs. Reynolds we are sending our condolence to you and to the whole family.Michael and I are sad to know of Mr. Reynolds passing he'll surely be missed. We've come to know both of you all this years, you've always been nice to us.
Message from Arthur L. Cunningham
March 6, 2018 5:09 AM
Words can not express the loss of a good high school friend no matter how long one has been removed from that sometime childhood connection. However, Larry had the gift of pace and gait to go with his intellect. To wit: To be an architect one has to gauge and get into the pace of the client(s) to discern their need for expression in a project (of course, it has to be finished tomorrow!). A particular remembrance, among others. As officers of the Sr. Class of SEHigh, we had the task of meeting the managment of the Broadview Hotel to set the date of the Sr. Prom. We were tardy, I was antsy. Larry gave me pace and calm. They would be there for us. He did that for all of us. At class reunions, we checked each other's scars from bypass surgery speaking of the pace of life and the gift of our life. He was special and will be missed by more folk than I could even countenance.