Good morning Holly
I was saddened to somehow, through the wonders of the Internet, come across the announcement of Larry’s passing.
I viewed the photo montage of his and your lives together.
You were a lucky and blessed person to have built a life with Larry.
He and Gary were unique and incredible individuals. They were “ one of a kind”.... or should I say “two of a kind”.
Their sense of humour was amazing.
Anyhow, I am saddened because the world lost an exceptional individual.
Take care Holly.
I have admired Larry & Holly since we first met at FBC many years ago. They are a wonderful and loving couple whom God has blessed over the years. Take care of yourself Holly and family We will be keeping you in our prayers and thoughts. God bless you all!
Sorry, I could not attend and see you in person as I am having disc problems presently.
What an amazing memorial tribute to Larry during the funeral service at Christ Church in Dartmouth, Holly. So impressed by the sincere words of genuine love and respect from family and friends. I felt as though I knew him as the service drew to a close. He sounded like a great Dad and a wonderful, caring husband - what more could you ask for in a partner for life! May God be with you and your family in the days ahead as you remember him for the loving husband and father he was and will always be, as he lives in your hearts forever more. Sincerely, Karen Carter (former Family Studies colleague at John Martin Junior High School, Dartmouth)
Posted by Pat (Jones) Crossman Pinkney | 20-Jan-2020
Dear Holly, Garry and families -I am so sorry to hear of your loss. What a beautiful picture of Larry. I remember sitting in front of Larry for more than one year in high school. Such fun and shenanigans! Always knew he’d do well in life. Sending all good thoughts❤️ Pat
Garry and Lisa and family members, so very sorry to learn of Larry's passing. I never met Larry but felt I knew him through your writings, Garry. Thank you for sharing him with the rest of us. Condolences.