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Lawrence Robert (Larry) Larson

Born: Wed., Mar. 28, 1962
Died: Mon., Jun. 16, 2014

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Mr. Lawrence “Larry” Larson, 52, of York, SC passed away on Monday, June 16, 2014 with his family by his side.  He was born March 28, 1962 in Stuttgart, Germany to the late Lynn and Mary Alice Larson.  Larry was a beloved father, husband, grandfather, brother and friend to many.


Larry enjoyed spending time with his family.  He was a hard worker and prided himself on that.  On a recent cruise to the Bahamas, he fell in love and planned to take a cruise to Jamaica, with a dream to go on an Alaskan cruise.  He often traveled to Wisconsin, driving each time to enjoy the beauty of the ride.  Larry will forever be known for the big smile he wore and the kindest heart he carried.


He is survived by his wife, Pam; his daughter, Kayla; one grandson, William Hammond; step sons, John Martin and Jerimahah Martin; two step-grandchildren, Payton Martin and Brendan Martin; two brothers, Michael (April) Larson and David Larson; one sister, Theresa (Paul) Peltier; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


Your love will light our way.  Your memory will forever be with us, always in our hearts.  You are deeply missed and forever loved.


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kayla larson
   Posted Sat July 19, 2014
my one true rock
a shoulder in which I could rely
for whenever I was angry
or when I needed a good cry.

you were the strongest man
that I had ever knew
but when I saw you in that hospital bed
your feet were turning so blue.

"there's no chance"
the doctor would say
no matter what we could do
we could not make you stay.

unresponsive, unable to speak,
unable to feel anything but pain
everything that they could do
would all be in vain.

"stop the test" we ordered
"keep him as comfortable as can be"
as hard as it was for us
we had to set him free.

the next two days
slowly drifted by
all that I could do
was hold your hand and cry.

for here is this man
the strongest man I ever knew
and I couldn't figure out
how I'd survive in this crazy world without you.

and as you took your final breathes
tears formed in your eyes
for as hard as it was for us
it was hard for you to say goodbye.

God said it was your time
so you slowly picked your hands up
and held them to the sky
you took your final breathes
and just like that.....you were gone.

I know you're with your parents now
dancing and being free
and when we get to Heaven
we will all get to see.

see you and your smiling face
laughing, and walking pain free
we'll get to say our I love you's
we'll be as happy as can be.

until then I'll miss your more and more each day
no matter what I do
the world is a far lonelier place
without you.

I love you daddy
and I'll miss you
more than you'll ever know
as much as this hurts me--

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