Lawrence (Larry) Joseph Walsh

March 29, 2020

Obituary

It is with heavy hearts that we, the family, announce the passing of our beloved Husband, Father and Poppy. Lawrence Joseph Walsh, Retired Staff Sergeant with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary passed suddenly on Sunday, March 29th at the age of 78.

Predeceased by his infant son Lawrence, parents Kathleen and Larry Walsh, sisters Kay Block and Shirley Noah and brother John Walsh.

Leaving to mourn and cherish him forever his beloved wife and best friend Ann Walsh (Westcott), dearly loved daughters Kim (Tom) Tobin, Sandy Mamye and treasured son David (Cheryl) Walsh. Precious grandchildren whom he loved with all his heart and soul Megan, Emily, Ryan and DJ; sisters Mary Colins, Rose Cotter and Carmel (Wayne) Baker; sisters-in-law Elaine Millman, Gail (Charlie) Sampson, Karen (Rupert) Walsh, and brother-in-law Bill (Rhonda) Westcott, numerous nieces, nephews and dearly loved friends.

The family would like to extend a sincere and heartfelt thank you to the doctors and nurses at the Health Sciences Centre for their care and compassion during this difficult time.  At Larry’s request, cremation has taken place.

And think of him as living
in the hearts of those he touched…
for nothing loved is ever lost
and he was loved so very much.

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Sandy and family. I was so sad to hear about your Dad. He sounded like a wonderful Dad and Pop. I know the hole it leaves in your heart losing our parents and it will take time to get used to life without him. Eventually you will be able to think of him and smile at all of the great memories. He will live on in you but it takes time to learn to live without him and not cry. Thinking of you all. Anita and Wayne Scott.

To the Walsh Family,

I had the pleasure to work with Larry in the 80’s in Accident Investigation Section of the RNC, such a funny, kind and gentle man. I had many challenges trying to read his handwriting but he always made me laugh no matter how frustrated I got with him.

Cherish your memories and know that our prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

Sandy and Family,
So sorry for your loss. May memories of your Dad keep him in your hearts forever!❤️

Mrs Walsh & family
Very sorry for your loss. Larry was on my platoon
for a wile, When things and people sometimes got
a bit up tight Larry could lighten every thing up
& make you laugh .
Once again our condolences

Allan & Ruby Tilley

Ann and family, we are so sorry to hear this. We fondly remember your visits with Gail and Charlie when they lived in st. Bernard’s. It was memorable to have spent a brief time with recently, during dear Corey’s wake. Our prayers are with you all.

Nothing else I can really say that hasn’t already been said. He will be greatly missed by everyone. We are all very sorry for your loss. . Take care of each other in this difficult time. As always let us know if there is any way we can help out.

hello we offer our condolences to you and your family at this time of loss we hope and pray that are able to find comfort with your family and friends to move on with your lives. Sorry for your loss

Jamie (Christine) hunt and family

My deepest sympathies to the family. Hugs to you all at this difficult time. Please take care of each other

My Deepest Condolences to all the Walsh Family. I remember him quite well. My Late Husband George Follett was also a Staff Sergeant, in the RNC. Same Age if he was living. Beautiful Memories. Hugs to all of you. Stay Strong and God Bless You all. Regards Sharon Follett. 🙏🏻

Sorry to hear about your dad. My prayers are with you and your family.

To the Walsh family I send sincere condolences on the passing off Mr. Walsh. I remember him from my child hood he was a very kind man and cherished his family. Jacinta Molloy Shellling

David, Kim and Families,

Very sorry to hear of the passing of your father. I had the pleasure for a short time knowing Larry and being in his presence at Brinks. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

David Whalen

So sorry to hear about Larry, guys. You are all in my thoughts. Peter

Dear Mrs. Walsh, Kim, Sandy, David and families,
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Walsh’s passing, he was such a wonderful man.. Cherish the many happy memories that you all shared with him and know he loved you all.

I hope one day I’ll be able to say hi ya Mr. Walsh again.

Rhonda Marsh

Dear Sandy & Family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy on the loss of your Dad. I hope that all your wonderful memories will comfort you on the road ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bonnie Morgan

I joined RNC at the young age of 19; at that time Larry took me under his wife, introduced me to his beautiful wife and family! We spent a a lot of time working together! It was always fun to work with Larry, his humor and outlook on life was always so positive! You could always count on him playing a practical joke on another member! That innocent face never got him in trouble!
RIP My Friend!
Deepest Condolences Anne & Family

I would like to offer sincere sympathy to the Walsh family at this time. As all my RNC colleagues have stated, he possessed an easy-going personality you were drawn to with a sense of humor to boot.
My wife, Edna, retired from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, also knew Larry when he worked in Accident Investigation Division, and when we learned of his passing she said “Always a Gentleman, Always a Pleasure”. We both extend our warmest condolences.

Our deepest sympathies to the entire Walsh family and extended family in this time of sadness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. He was my Sergeant for a number of years at the RNC. Wonderful man and great leader. RIP.

Sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. I worked with Larry in the RNC. Very kind, honest and fair man. Always had a good sense of humor.

Sincere sympathy.
Alonzo Thorne

sorry to hear ofLarry’s death. We were school mates at St. Pats.

Ann, Kim, Sandy and David
So sorry to hear of Larry’s sudden passing, Larry joined the Constabulary in the class ahead of me. I considered him a good friend over the years. while in the force and afterwards at Brinks where we worked together for a few years. Words can’t say enough Zita and ii are thinking off you in this sad time. I found that Larry was the type that couldn’t do enough for you and always made you feel welcome in his presence. He will be missed..

Ann, Kim, Sandy, David and family,
I am sending all my love and condolences to you.
How can I express how much I loved him? We had so much fun growing up together, especially with Larry teasing me. He was my protector and he continued to be that with his own family. He had so many good qualities, he was kind, funny and the most patient and loving person. You guys were his whole life. I will always have you guys in my thoughts and prayers.
My most sincere sympathy.

Ann & family
So sorry to hear of Larry’s sudden passing, having worked with him since the 1970’s I have many memories of those times gone by . Please accept my sincere condolences at this most difficult time.
Gerry Budden Ret. RNC

Ann and Family..
We are so very sorry for to hear if Larry’s passing..I have many memories of you both from Beaumont Street… There are no words to say at the difficult time..I know Larry will live forever in your hearts….
Betty Lou & Noreen

Dear Dave
Sorry for your lost.

Dear David and the Walsh Family:
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May you always keep your dear father’s memory close to your hearts. Rest In Peace, Larry and God bless the Walsh family!

I am so very sad to hear of your dads passing and I can’t imagine what your family is going through right now; my heart goes out to you all ❤

Very sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
I only met your dad a few times but he was always smiling and was very friendly to me. A good man.

Ann and Family
Mary and I were deeply saddened to hear of Larry’s passing. It was a pleasure to have known and work with Larry through our years in the R.N.C. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you at this time.
Bern and Mary Cahill

Kim and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. My heart aches for you all. Cherish your memories. Cindi

To the Walsh Family, I want to express my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. I have fond and vivid memories of Larry Walsh while working together at the RNC. Larry was by far one of the nicest, respectful, considerate and funniest police officer that ever walked the hallways of the RNC and I know because I worked in the hallway of Patrol Division in the 1980’s. He was well respected by both civilians and police officers. Rest in Peace Larry and thank you for the sense of humor you displayed on many occasions throughout your career at the RNC.

Anne Marie Kavanagh

Sandy and family,
So sorry for the loss of your father. Cherish all the happy memories that you’ve shared. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Andrea Lee

Dear Sandy, please accept my condolences on the loss of your father. I recall you smiling as you would speak of your family and I am very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this difficult time. With sincere sympathy, Susan

Sandy and family,

Our deepest sympathies on the passing of your father. I know how close you were, how loved he was, and how deeply he will be missed. Take comfort in your wonderful memories. It’s a difficult time to be grieving when we cannot be together but know you are not alone. We are all with you in spirit.

Take good care,
Annette and Dave Carberry

My sincere condolencenes to the Walsh family. Larry was a true gentleman and a pleasure to work with. His pleasant personality and sense of humour would always brighten my day. Thinking of you all during this extremely difficult time.

There are no words to express how sorry we are.Road trips,Rummy and MGP will never be the same.Thinking of you all.

Ann and Family
My condolences to you and the family

Thinking of you at this difficult time. I remember your dad from my time growing up on Beaumont Street and when i first joined the RNC in 1986. Your dad was always a gentleman.

David and family.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this sorrowful time. I worked with your dad in the RNC. He always had a cheerful smile and joking attitude about him which he portrayed onto all he met. He will be missed but will always be here in spirit.

Sandy,
I’m so sorry to hear of your Dads passing. My sincere condolences to you and your family at this very difficult time.

I first met Larry as a Automotive Mechanic with the RNC, June 1981. From the first greeting I knew he was a Genuine Man. My sincere Condolences from my family to yours .

I was absolutely shocked to have heard of Larry’s passing. I worked on his shift when I joined the RNC in 1980. He was a kind and very humorous man. I respected him greatly.. My condolences to the family.

We were deeply shocked to hear of Larry’s passing.
Please accept our sincere condolences in your time of sorrow. Larry was a buddy, friend, and a true gentleman.

I met Larry when I worked with David during summer employment with the RNC’s Community Services Section. Larry was a proud member of the RNC and fun person to be around. My condolences to the family.

Sorry to hear of Larry’s passing, I was fortunate to have worked with Larry for many years he was a super guy. Our deepest condolences to all the family Harry and Shirley Chipman

My sincerest condolences to Larry’s family. It is a most tragic situation and your healing process will take some time. Over the last couple of years my connection with Larry involved cabin issues and his support was great. Avalon cabin owners were very much impressed. and the COATT site illustrates how sad many feel regarding his departure. Take care and we wish you all the best.

David,.Sorry to hear of your loss
Your Dad was one of those lucky people blessed with the gift of leaving people in a room feeling so much better than when he came in. My good memories are of an adult who was fun to be around who always kept his family first. I am not sure Dave you realize how close his apple has fallen to his tree.
Even though these are hard times for you and your family, please remember he will always be with you.
Brenda and Mike Fitzpatrick
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Deepest condolences to you Ann and all your family ,we were saddened to hear of Larry’s passing,,whenever we were in his company ,we always had a chat and a few laughs,,our thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this sad time..Rest in peace Larry…

Sandy and family,
I am so sorry to hear about your Dads passing. I hope in time you will find peace in the memories you cherish of your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

I knew Larry for many years. He was a very decent man with a very kind heart. Always had a smile on his face and forever upbeat. Another good soul now in the arms of god.Both myself and Connie offer our deepest sympathy to the family.

Kim and family,
I was truly saddened to hear about your Dad. I had the privilege to work with him at the RNC. He was so respectful to the civilian staff and an absolute pleasure to work with. So kindhearted and funny. Then I had the pleasure to work with you, Kim, his pride and joy. Hoping you and your family find peace in your memories of him. My thoughts, prayers and love are with you all

The Walsh family, I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Walsh’s passing, you are in my thoughts and prayers, I remember all the family from Beaumont St. we lived number 36 and we shared many happy times at your home, your Dad was very kind to us all. May you RIP Mr. Walsh.
Sandra Butler

Mrs. Walsh, Kim, Sandy, David, and families: I was so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing!! May the loving memories you hold in your hearts give you some peace at this difficult time! A wonderful man gone too soon! Rest In Peace Larry, you will always live in the hearts of those who loved you!

Mary and Family,
We are so very sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. May you know the comfort of God’s love and His presence in your life at this heartbreaking time.
With love and sympathy,
Connie and Jim Winter

Dear Ann , Kim , Sandy , David and families,

Our hearts are breaking for your loss . You were so blessed to have had the best husband, father, and grandfather. I only wish that we could be there with you at this time. Carmel and I were so happy that we were able to visit with Larry and all of you this past September. We had such wonderful, fun memories of our time spent together and with your dad . We will never forget that beautiful fish dinner that we so enjoyed with everyone , compliments of Chef Dave and Tom . I treasure every moment growing up with Larry , always filled with laughter , music and such great memories .

Lots of love and prayers are with you and your families at this time until we are together again .

Love Aunt Rose ( Rosie Garrett )
XOXO

On a sunny Sunday this past summer, my husband and I were on George Street being entertained by some wonderful NL music to celebrate George St. Festival.I have always loved the “Old Fashioned Waltz” and it was being encouraged to get up and have a scuff.My husband doesn’t care for it as much as I do. I noticed he was chatting with a fine looking gentleman beside him.I pondered whether it would be ok to ask this man if he cared to dance. The man said he would love to and we danced to ” Music And Friends” on the cobble stoned street. He confided he loved to dance but hadn’t done so for a while. When we sat down , we started a conversation ( as Newfies would) and exchanged names. Larry Walsh was my wonderful dance partner . He revealed he was a retired RNC .We have a dear friend who is retired RNC. and as it happened, they grew up together in St. John’s. Only in Newfoundland as they say. Mr. Walsh added to my enjoyment of that day. and our dance brought back memories for him. My friend informed me of his passing and I was shocked and saddened. From the messages of his friends, I see that he was a wonderful man and well loved. It is said, God chooses the best first.. Please accept our sincere condolences. Your wonderful memories will help you in the difficult days ahead. Sincerely Jean and Clyde Vincent

Dave, Cheryl, Ryan and DJ our hearts go out to you and the rest of your family. hugs and prayers to you all.

June and Ron Williams

Kim so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. He was a good person with a big heart, just like you. Our thoughts are with you and your family.

Hugs and prayers being sent your way…

Kim Fox (nee Whelan)

Ann, Kim , Sandy , David and families ;

We are so , very sorry for your loss . Larry was such a wonderful father , husband , grandfather and a very special uncle to me. I have such wonderful memories of many summer vacations going to St. John’s to visit family and your dad is such a big part of those wonderful memories with so many laughs with Uncle Larry and Uncle Jack in the middle of it all ! It’s been many years since I have seen him but I am truly privileged to have had him for an Uncle as he was such a kind and caring man and this showed through his love and dedication to his family . I will forever remember his wonderful smile and the way he always left you laughing . The later years the laughs were still enjoyed through the phone calls mom had with him that she loved sharing the laughs with us . His family is certainly a tribute to all these wonderful traits .

Lots of love being sent to you and your families during such a difficult time .
You are all in our thoughts and prayers . XO

Ann, Kim, Sandy, David; and families. I was so shocked to hear of Larry’s passing . I’m at a loss for words ! Just know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and know what a gentle soul your dad/husband was as I remember him from my childhood growing up on Beaumont Street. God Bless you all

Ann & Walsh families & extended families . When I joined the RNC in 1982, I remember meeting Sgt. Larry Walsh for the first time. I remember how kind and nurturing and respectful he was to recruits like myself. And like many who have described him before me, he was funny and an absolute pleasure to work with. He had an infectious smile and was so helpful to others. He made our entry into the Force pleasant and memorable. Please accept my heartfelt condolences and hold on tight to your precious memories as you support each other through this difficult time. Take care. Rest in Peace Larry my friend.

Ann & Families
Doreen & I were so saddened to hear of Larry’s sudden passing. Our deepest sympathy to you all. Our prayers & thought’s are with you in this most difficult time.
Kim & Sandi , i’ll always be there.

My condolences to the family

To Ann and family. We were so saddened to hear of Larry’s sudden passing. He was one of the most kindhearted funny people I’ve ever met. I was always guaranteed a laugh whenever I was in his company. He was such a dear friend to Mr. and Mrs. Wall. There were lots of good times and good laughs with them, for sure. Our sincere condolences to you and your family. May he Rest In Peace.

Sandy and family,
Praying for you during this difficult time. I hope your cherished memories bring you comfort.
Jennifer Lawlor

So sorry to hear of Larry,s passing.Thinking of you all at this sad time.

Our condolences to Ann and family….. We all just loved Larry…. He will forever leave fun and happy memories inside of us…. Hugs and Love
Gerard Wall

Proud to have served with Larry in my early years. Condolences to the family..

My Thoughts & Prayers go out to the family at this very sad & difficult time…May you RIP..

So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. He was a special man to a lot of people. Everyone in our family (Bill and Jean Wall) thought the world of him. We will always remember how much we enjoyed his company and all the fun times. Our condolences.

So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. May God hold you in the hollow of his hand during these difficult days. RIP Larry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Dave , Sandy and Families!
Sending our deepest condolences. As a teenager, I remember your dad loved having all the kids visit your house/cabin.
A loss of an amazing father is heartbreaking. I hope in time you can find peace in all the most amazing memories you have made together.
Sending you all strength and much love in this most difficult time.
Donna & Bryan Curran (Colbourne)

So sorry for your loss. My Condolences to the Walsh family.

My condolences to Ann and family during this difficult time.

Rest In Peace.

Our deepest sympathy to the Walsh Family. our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time

Tom and Audrey Stringer

So sorry for the loss of your love one.My condolences to the Walsh’s family 🙏🌈

To Kim Tobin & Family
My deepest sympathies and sincere condolences. I’m so sorry for your loss Kim.

Worked with/for Larry as my supervisor. A real gentleman. Condolences to the family He is remembered fondly.
Cst. W. Day.

So sorry, a fantastic funny man, lost a treasure of a human

On behalf of the Eason Family we express our condolences to the the Walsh Family at this sad time. Getting to know Larry was such a pleasure , a great friend and neighbour. I know the Family will find comfort in his memories that will last forever.

To the Walsh family my deepest condolences. I had the absolute pleasure of working with Larry and we partnered on many a shift when we were both Constables. His sense of humor and easy going personality made a sometimes difficult job that much easier. Larry made a lasting positive impression on those he worked with and at the end of life’s cycle how nice it would be if others could say the same of us. RIP Larry. You were a good man.

To the Walsh family , we were so sorry to hear of Larry’s sudden passing . Larry was a childhood friend of our brother Bun (Bernard Noftall ) & we remember Larry bringing us a picture of them both when they were young boys when our brother passed suddenly over 20 years ago . We have many fond memories of the Walsh family growing up . Please know that are thoughts & prayers are with you all at this very difficult time . Rest In Peace Larry

The Noftall family of 82A Carter’s Hill

Thoughts and prayers are with you all

I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of S/Sgt Larry Walsh. I was a young Constable in the 1980’s and Larry was my Sgt on Street Patrol. Always a true gentleman. Always smiling. A great supervisor. We all learned a lot from Larry. He was a beautiful gentle soul who will be deeply missed by all the RNC who had the wonderful opportunity to have worked with him. His family are very fortunate to have had him in their lives. I’m so very glad that he was a friend and colleague. May he Rest In Peace.

Deepest heartfelt sympathy to Anne and family at this difficult time . Larry and my father Gerry Rendell were in the police force together and were best of friends. My mom always said Larry and Gerry were two peas in a pod! Nothing but fondest memories for sure! Hugs to all .

Larry was one of the best. He was one of my first Sergeants as I joined the RNC many years ago. He was always giving of advice and a pleasure to work with.
My deepest condolences to the family

To the Walsh Family. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.. I had the honor of working with Larry for a number of years during my policing career. He was a true gentleman with a large smile and a remarkable sense of humor. He can best be described as one of the good guys. Rest in peace Larry. Joseph. J. Gullage

Mary, so sorry to hear of your brother passing. My condolences to you and all his family. My Gods love comfort you all at this very difficult time.

Sorry to hear about Larry’s death, Larry was my supervisor in the RNC. Very well respected and always provided Great guidance. Thoughts and prayers be with your family.
Glenn Noseworthy, Retired RNC

Mary I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time! Love you!

Love Karen Sears

So sorry for your loss with the passing of Larry. I was fortunate enough to have work with S/Sgt Walsh early in my career. I will always remember the smile that he took to work every day. I can say he was one of the best the RNC had ever walked through the door.
He will be missed by the RNC family as well.
RIP
Sgt Campbell Feehan

Mary I’m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time! Love you!

Karen Sears

A lifetime of memories of my ever loving uncle. We all miss you especially your sister Mary. Love to Ann, Kim, Sandy, and David.

Sandy so sorry to hear about your dad . You are in my thoughts and prayers At this difficult time. Cherish all the wonderful memories. .

Ann and family,My heartfelt condolences to you all.Larry was awonderful man and will be missed by everone who was fortunate enough to have known him.Treasure all your memories at this difficult time.

Heartfelt condolences to Larry’s family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time. I worked with Larry in the RNC. He was well respected and always had a smile and whenever I met him since we retired he always had that sense of humour which mad him so likeable. Treasure your happy memories of him. May he Rest In Peace.

Dave and family , We are shocked and saddened to hear of Mr.Walsh(Poppy Walsh) passing.. Please know we are thinking of you and you are in our prayers at this very difficult time.

I was so very sorry to learn of Larry’s death. My heart goes out to you. Larry was a lovely man, respected by his colleagues and a joy to be around. May your memories bring you comfort.

Sincerest condolences to you all. May your treasured memories get you through this difficult time.

My sincere condolences to Sandy and family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

To Ann, David and his family, esp. Ryan and DJ, our shared grandchildren, and to Kim and Sandy and their families, we extend our heartfelt sympathy on the the loss of your dearly loved husband, father and grandfather. We were heart broken to hear of Larry’s passing, because we knew him as a very pleasant and welcoming man who always had a smile and friendly word whenever we met. It was a pleasure for us to have known him and he will always be in our hearts.

Kim,
Just returned from Florida and heard of your dads passing. I can’t even imagine what you’re going through at this time. My heart goes out to you. He was such a wonderful man, I remember when he used to bring you back a Harvey’s hamburger from Halifax when travelling.(I was so jealous). Hope your mom is doing ok. Love to you, Tom and Megan. Cindy and Glen

Dave, Cheryl, Kim and Tom….. I am sorry you are dealing with the death of your beloved father…. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Take care of yourselves and each other.

To Mr. Walsh’s Family,
While I do know you personally I did want to reach out and express my deepest sympathies for his passing. As a fellow Newfoundlander and resident of St.John’s I think that I can honestly say that the everyone in the province feels as though they have lost their own loved one.
I wish you strength in your time of sorrow. May he fly with the Angels.

Still trying to grasp the news and struggling to say words of comfort as there are none to explain our sincere condolences on Larry’s sudden passing. We wish the whole family treasured memories during your time of trial . Larry was a great man, co-worker, grand father and father to so many. May he rest in peace..God speed.

in shock when I heard my thoughts and prayers go out to the family only known for about 15 years but one of the best men I have ever met he liver a few doors away god rest his soul will never be forgotten

Ann, Kim, Sandy, David & families. We are very sorry to hear of Larrys passing. He was a wonderful man who has left a wonderful legacy. Treasure the memories. I know there are many. Hugs and prayers to you all. Former neighbours on O’Dea Place. Ted & Diana Grouchy

Our deepest and sincere condolences are given to Ann and to all Larry’s family. We cannot think of Larry without a smile and good thought. Maurice worked with Larry in the RNC for many years and whenever we met him we were sure to have a laugh at something he said. Hold fast to the wonderful memories he’s left you with.

I was heartbroken to hear of Larry’s passing. Deepest sympathy to his family and friends. I knew him from the RNC. He was very kind and easy to work with. When we would meet him by chance outside of work, our chats were always humorous and light hearted. RIP Larry… may your family/friends know how loved and respected you are.

I wish to extend my deepest sympathy on Larry’s sudden passing. When I was at the RNC I did his firearm checks. He was a true gentleman and friend. Larry Rest In Peace. May the family find comfort in the support of family and friends at this very difficult time.

I was deeply saddened to hear of Larry’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Larry for many years, and fondly remember working my first 4-12 shift on the beat with him, something we often laughed about whenever we got together. Larry had a good sense of humour and a deep sense of compassion; two traits vital to being a police officer.

My condolences to the family, Larry will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Rest in peace, brother.

Gerry Power

I would like to offer my condolences to Larry’s family at this difficult time. I remember Larry and Anne well from the Stellar Club days. So sorry for your loss.

Take care,
Jan Spratt

Deepest sympathies.

RIP Larry.