ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Larry Brown 73 years old , born on March 29, 1947 and passed away on May 25, 2020. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sherry Jolly on May 29, 2020
Larry was one of the most gentle , kind souls I’ve ever had the pleasure of being related to. He was my cousin and I have fond memories of him visiting my grand parents when I was young. I’m so sorry that he was the victim of this terrible virus. I’m sorry that his family was unable to be with him during his sickness and final days. I’m sorry for the pain that I know you all feel in your loss and my heart hurts for each of you. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts , hearts and prayers are with all the family. We love you all.
Posted by Sylvia Painter on May 29, 2020
Larry was class of 1965 McArthur High with me. Sylvia Law then. He was always a kind and thoughtful guy. And very smart. Everyone liked him. He kept in touch through the years. He enjoyed helping with the class reunions to bring us together. He talked about his family constantly. He’d call me a few times a year to chat. RIP in the arms of our Lord old friend. Forever in our hearts. ❤️
Posted by David Brown on May 29, 2020
Larry,
Life seems to go so fast. It seems like yesterday I was a little boy and you were going off to the army.
I remember when I was around 12 I came up to see you in Indiana and you got me interested in electronics. You changed my life at that point and it has been my passion and career because of you. Although I may not have mentioned it often enough, I am very grateful for all you did for me.
I know over the years we've talked but rarely got to see each other. But I still miss you brother and I can hear your voice whenever I think of you.
I'm so sorry that your life had to end this way and I hope that the doctors and nurses were able to keep you from suffering.
Well, I guess that you are now with mom and dad and looking down on all of us. I can hear you telling us all that "everything is ok and not to worry about anything, just go ahead and do the things you need to do".
I'll love you and miss you brother!
Posted by Tina Dissinger on May 27, 2020
You'll be very missed dad, i'm so sorry you had to pass away alone with no one there to hold your hand and make you feel safe to let go....i feel blessed that i at least got to talk to you one last time when you were in the hospital and tell you i love you

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Posted by Sherry Jolly on May 29, 2020
Larry was one of the most gentle , kind souls I’ve ever had the pleasure of being related to. He was my cousin and I have fond memories of him visiting my grand parents when I was young. I’m so sorry that he was the victim of this terrible virus. I’m sorry that his family was unable to be with him during his sickness and final days. I’m sorry for the pain that I know you all feel in your loss and my heart hurts for each of you. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts , hearts and prayers are with all the family. We love you all.
Posted by Sylvia Painter on May 29, 2020
Larry was class of 1965 McArthur High with me. Sylvia Law then. He was always a kind and thoughtful guy. And very smart. Everyone liked him. He kept in touch through the years. He enjoyed helping with the class reunions to bring us together. He talked about his family constantly. He’d call me a few times a year to chat. RIP in the arms of our Lord old friend. Forever in our hearts. ❤️
Posted by David Brown on May 29, 2020
Larry,
Life seems to go so fast. It seems like yesterday I was a little boy and you were going off to the army.
I remember when I was around 12 I came up to see you in Indiana and you got me interested in electronics. You changed my life at that point and it has been my passion and career because of you. Although I may not have mentioned it often enough, I am very grateful for all you did for me.
I know over the years we've talked but rarely got to see each other. But I still miss you brother and I can hear your voice whenever I think of you.
I'm so sorry that your life had to end this way and I hope that the doctors and nurses were able to keep you from suffering.
Well, I guess that you are now with mom and dad and looking down on all of us. I can hear you telling us all that "everything is ok and not to worry about anything, just go ahead and do the things you need to do".
I'll love you and miss you brother!
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Larry's Life

Larry sadly passed away peacefully  May 29, 2020 in Reading PA from complications of Covid-19.

He was born on March 29,1947 in Cleveland, Ohio to his late parents William and Ozel Brown, he was the oldest of 4 surviving brothers (Jimmy, Billy, and David).  He served in the US military army at Ft. Harrison in Indiana where he taught photography and played in a marching band.  He eventually met his former wife Linda(Kirk) and had two children Tina and Brent along with two grandchildren Gavin and Aubriana.  And later married his surviviing wife Carrie. He worked for Western Electric/Lucent Technologies for many years as an Electronic Technician retiring in 2010.

Larry was always kind and loving to his friends and family.  When raising his children he always taught them to be kind and considerate to others...and strong family values. He spent a lot of time with them taking them on family trips, camping, fishing.   In his free time he loved watching movies, his large record collection, electronics and building computers.

He'll be very very missed by all who loved and knew him.


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Best memory from my childhood of my dad

Shared by Tina Dissinger on May 27, 2020
The best memory of my dad was waiting for my dad to wake up so he could play ELO records for me