I worked with Larry, as he was known at work, for 24 years. He became my supervisor. He told me "Dont become a supervisor." I took his counsel to heart, and I am glad I did. He would look out for me at work, for which I am grateful. He taught me a lot of things in reference to electrical. His sense of humor made the day go by quick. We understood each other's humor. Larry was the most patient man I have ever met. Believe me, if you can put up with me for 24 years, you are" veeeeeery" patient.
I would still call him here and there after retirement. He is missed. I grew to love his kids and Mary very much. I wish so dearly to see him and his wife again soon.