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Bill Rogers posted a condolence
Friday, January 1, 2021
It was with great sadness that I recently learned of Larry's passing. Larry was a great supporter of the sporting firearms community, and an excellent, top-rated shooter on the local trap fields. He was always a generous benefactor of the various organizations he was associated with, and his presence will be sadly missed. Trap shooting at the Camden Rod & Gun Club always found me trying to get a spot on the shooting squad line next to Larry, because just watching the way an expert does it, you can learn a lot, - and I always did. His personal instruction helped make me a better competitor. To John and the Corr family - I am sorry for your loss, Larry will be fondly remembered, and sadly missed. Especially by the members at Trenton Fish & Game Club, and the Camden Rod & Gun Club. - So long, Larry - it was good to know ya'.
Debra Cooney posted a condolence
Sunday, December 27, 2020
To John and family. Our sincere condolences on your loss. My husband Richard was also an Engineer at Griffiss AFB and I was one of Larry's coworkers in General Engineering back in the early 80s. I have may fond memories of Larry's kindness and generosity to everyone around him. One special memory is he brought back to the office a large package of the freshest pineapple I have ever had from a TDY to Maui. I have thought about him many times over the years as life has passed.
James Gifford posted a condolence
Saturday, December 26, 2020
I went to St Aloysius Academy with Lawrence (that is how I recall we addressed him, not Larry or any other nickname), before he transferred to RFA for high school. One particularly happy memory was visiting his parents' farm for maple sugaring off one March when we were in grade school. The class spent the whole afternoon there, and in those days there was enough snow to pour hot syrup onto it for the most incredible candy. Lawrence was a kind and generous classmate, and he loved playing host that day, and he would probably laugh to know that that superb memory is still remembered. God bless him.