- 93 years old
- Year of birth: 1922
- Year of passing: 2016
Larry was one of the finest men I have ever known. He will be dearly missed by all those who loved him. May his spirit rest in peace, finally released from the burdens of his mortal life.
Larry was such a wonderful man. He was my Godfather and I feel so lucky to have had him as my Godfather. Love talking to him on the phone, coming to visit and laugh over many great memories. He was so positive, happy and loved his home and especially his motor home. Will always be in my heart and will be greatly missed. Love you Larry.
Larry, we will miss the family get togethers at your house. If it was a family holiday, BBQ, pool party or late night poker game we knew we were getting together at Larry's. Thanks for the many great memories you provided to my family when we were growing up. We will miss your smile and how you always made us laugh. Randy Tonascia
Larry was our godfather, Carol & Cheryl (twins) to Berty Dias we loved him dearly confusing him all the time, he had fun guessing who was who, He loved his cocktails, music, playing cards with his buddies. Robin was a great caregiver to him, Our faith tells us this a temporary home & in a better place now, Love you Cheryl
To me he was "Mr. Foster. Not because of his being formal, but because I knew him as Jeff's dad from our high school years. I remember his genuine friendliness. He always asked about my dad & how I was doing. He always showed hospitality & treated me like family. He tolerated our ham radio shenanigans with good humor (well at least to me ;-). I miss his smile & his laughter. Rest well.
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