Oh I don't know where to begin. I first met Larry while I was helping with the annual Tribal Veterans day appreciation dinner many many years ago. He knew my dad quite well so I got to know him too. There was just something about him that I adored. He was a very nice man. I looked forward to each encounter and had to go out of my way to go see him and ask how he was. He will be missed. The last time I seen him he tried marrying me off to his son I believe it was. He grabs my hand and says what?! No ring? I said no. He said how come. I told him I don't know just hasn't happened yet. He then says well I have my son he's single. Louise then kept telling him no she's got a boyfriend they are happy. He kept trying to marry me off. Awe rest easy my friend. Say hello to my Uncle Mike for me.
So sorry to hear about Larry. He was one of the kindest guys I know. Loved getting big hugs from him when I seen him.. to Louise and his children and grandchildren you were very blessed to have such a great man in you life. Sending my love, strength and prayers to you all. May Larry Rest in Peace. Love Nancy
Too few times together--I remember the friendships in our two families--Boise to Portland. Looking forward to our heavenly reunion.
The Mardock family were surprised upon reading the obituary. We met the Pressnall family in Parkrose and until recently maintained contact. I (Hub) had many good talks with Larry over the years and truly appreciated his many talents.
Just now I remember our Parkrose Youth Group outings with much pleasure. Lois, Jean and Larry were like part of our family during those years.
Hub, Shirley, Cheri and Phyllis