Deepest Sympathy to all of Larry's family. Such a friendly, caring man. Briefly knew him while growing up in the Niagara area and our paths intertwined once again as we retired back to Niagara. We enjoyed his company while having our early morning coffee on Derby Road at the Crystal Ball Cafe most mornings on the patio overlooking the beautiful trees and park. Thank you Larry for the enjoyable conversations and all the recollections of past memories. Rest in Peace.
Neil and Barbara Buck
Larry was a loved cousin as were his sisters Anita and Deanna. Even though we were "across-the-miles-family" members, Larry was a stronghold for me over many many years. His understanding and encouragement he offered me all this time have me now realizing how very much I depended on his communications. He emailed me faithfully many times weekly with informative forwards that he knew were of interest to me as well. We shared personal periods of our lives together and we were on the same page with so much, and especially our Christian faith. I'm feeling this loss so deeply. I just wasn't ready to lose him so soon. I count it such a blessing that we were members of the same wonderful family. I thank you Larry, my cousin and my wonderful friend. I look forward to seeing you again one of these days. There's no doubt, our Lord's arms have welcomed you home and you have been released from the intense confusion and unsettling moments we've experienced in our world. Rest in God's presence my dear cousin. So many loved you and always will.
We are so shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Larry. Many Wednesday nights we sat together, danced together and shared many funny stories ,comments and jokes at the Opry in Niagara Falls. In last few years ( before COVID ) we would meet with Cathie Popp at Tim Hortons for a long chat and coffee to keep updated on our health conditions and the best of the best opinions of what ever was being discussed. Larry would always share his stories of his family and friends with us and we would do the same in return . We will miss him so much . Our prayers and thoughts go out to Larry’s family. Love Kathy and Larry Hazelwood(Dunnville)
Please accept my sincere condolences in the passing of Larry. I was shocked to hear the news. He often sent me emails; we danced at Opry Niagara years ago, we always called each other on our birthdays, & throughout the year & met at Timmies in Port Colborne, I will certainly miss his smile, his laughter, & sharing our stories of faith. Rest in Peace Larry till we meet again.
From Cathie Popp