ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Larlee, 74 years old, born on December 24, 1936, and passed away on August 29, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Nancy Christopher Chabot on August 29, 2019
I can't believe it's been 8 years, I still think of you often. That's how we know the impact you left in this world, when you live on in the hearts of others.
Posted by katherine pace on December 29, 2017
A little late with my tribute, but always thinking about you.and you're always in my heart Happy Birthday. I love you. Kathy
Posted by Jennifer Larochelle on December 24, 2016
Happy birthday, Dad. Missing you today and always.
Posted by BRYANT LARLEE on December 24, 2016
Hi Dave,

Happy birthday !

Been thinking of you and miss you... Remember how we use to talk
this time of the year!

Love,

Bryant
Posted by katherine pace on September 8, 2014
lit my candle again this year, thoughts of you all day. played my guitar and you were right there with me.love you and miss you so much.Kathy
Posted by Jennifer Larochelle on August 29, 2014
Dad, your grandsons are growing into young men. I wish you were here to see them, but I like to think you somehow know that John is driving your tractor now and is a good swimmer, and that Kyle is reading well on his own but still likes to hold my hand while he falls asleep. I tell them things about you whenever I can.

I miss you.
Posted by katherine pace on August 29, 2013
You are missed daily. Every time I pick up my Guitar. Kevin was down in May.We played together, some of the songs that you played with him and it was like you were here with us, and I believe you were watching over us. You're always in my heart & always will be. Love you, Kathy
Posted by Jennifer Larochelle on August 29, 2013
I miss you, Dad.
Posted by katherine pace on January 5, 2013
Hi, Dave..Still miss you as much as the day you left. Always in My heart and on my mind. Listened to your Music and Lit My candle on "Your Birthday"
Your loving Sister
Kathy
Posted by BRYANT LARLEE on December 24, 2012
HI DAVE,

HAPPY BIRTHDAY !

LOVE,

BRYANT
Posted by Nancy Christopher Chabot on August 30, 2012
Thinking of you Dave with a big smile. You have a very special place in my heart forever!
Posted by katherine pace on August 30, 2012
Miss you every day Dave, you are in my thoughts always. I've been spending alot of time "trying" to play ,"your songs" on my Guitar, That makes me feel especially close to you. Wish you were here to guide me. But I feel that you do from where you are.
Your Loving Sister,
Kathy
Posted by katherine pace on September 6, 2011
not only was Dave an amazing special person who cared deeply and helped so many. He was an amazingly special brother. I'm so thankful to have had him in my life and so proud that he was my brother He will forever be in my Heart.
Posted by Sandy Donaldson on September 5, 2011
The last time Robin and I saw Dave, Robin was worried about his health. He will be sorely missed.Robin's up there ready to give him a big hug!
Posted by Anita Pelham on September 4, 2011
I have known David for years through his brother Bryant and Bryant's wife, Doreen. My greatest and lasting memory of David is when he sang "Karen's Climb Song" at the Karen's Climb Concert. I know he will be missed by so many.
Posted by JEANNE MCFADDEN on September 4, 2011
LIKE MANY OTHERS I WAS BLESSED TO HAVE MET DAVE THROUGH KARENS CLIMB. HE MADE A LASTING IMPRESSION FOR WHICH I WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL.
Posted by Pete Sessions on September 4, 2011
Dave's inspiring example is a constant presence in our lives. It was an honor to contribute to Karen's Climb and to share in the stories of suffering and gratitude. I will treasure the times we played music together.
Pete and Ruth Sessions
Posted by Jennifer Larochelle on September 2, 2011
Dad taught me how to catch fish, pick peas, shuck corn, and cook perfect homefried potatoes. My love of reading and sharing ideas came from many hours discussing books together. He also taught me about integrity. I miss you, Dad.
Love, Jenny
Posted by Robert Baker on September 2, 2011
Dave was the kindest man I have ever known. Somehow, through it all, he stayed "forever young" and he will be "forever missed".
Posted by Nancy Christopher Chabot on September 2, 2011
David made a tremendous difference is this world. He was on the comittee of "An evening with Ray Charles" in 92 to raise funds for breast cancer research in honor of my sister. "Gentle mentor" says it all. He taught me so much! He will always be in my heart. Love you Dave
Posted by Leslie Vaughan on September 2, 2011
I had the pleasure of meeting Dave through Karen's Climb, and for years was on the sideline as he led the organiztion to raise funds and help hundreds of CF families. Altruistic, kind, patient, and an all-around class act. He will be missed.
Posted by Robin Warren on September 2, 2011
"When you mean what you say
And you live it every day
You can really make a difference in this world."

Words Dave wrote and lived by. He was a gentle mentor.

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Posted by Nancy Christopher Chabot on August 29, 2019
I can't believe it's been 8 years, I still think of you often. That's how we know the impact you left in this world, when you live on in the hearts of others.
Posted by katherine pace on December 29, 2017
A little late with my tribute, but always thinking about you.and you're always in my heart Happy Birthday. I love you. Kathy
Posted by Jennifer Larochelle on December 24, 2016
Happy birthday, Dad. Missing you today and always.
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Shared by DOREEN LARLEE on September 3, 2011

Dave, You made a wonderful life for you and your family. I remember when we were growing up in Norcross, Me. One room school house with your Aunt our teacher, running down to the wharf and jumping in for a swim, sitting on your grandparent's hotel steps while waiting and watching for train #7 to go by.

Thank you Dave, for giving us Karen's memories.

Your sister-in-law, Doreen Larlee