ForeverMissed

Lawrence Michael Greyzck, known to everyone as Larry, passed away peacefully the morning of May 29, 2016 in Ocala, Florida.

Larry was born on December 16, 1924 in Remus, Michigan.  He served in the US Army during World War II in the European Theater, and after returning from the war married Arline Charles on June 7, 1947.  Larry and Arline had three children, Faith, Deborah, and Terry.

Working as a motor winder and later salesman for General Electric, Larry and his family lived in Allen Park, Michigan, Davison, Michigan, and Howell, Michigan.  After retiring Larry and Arline first moved to Orlando, Florida before finally settling in Ocala, Florida.

Larry is survived by his wife, Arline Greyzck of Ocala Florida, his children Faith Monahan of Ocala, Florida, Deborah Messer of Brutus, Michigan, and Terry Greyzck of Eagan, Minnesota.  He is also survived by two granddaughters Angela Clyne and Amanda Clyne of Jacksonville Florida, two great-granddaughters Kelsey Clyne and MacKenzie Clyne of Jacksonville Florida, and one great-great grandson Cason Stanberry of Jacksonville Florida.

Larry was loved by all and will be greatly missed.

 A photo gallary of Larry can be found here.

Posted by JOHN MESSER on December 16, 2020
Dear Larry,
Thinking of you on your birthday. And when I stop and think about the good times, we had I wish I could thank you again for being such a good father in-law. You taught me so many things over the years. Those memories of us going fishing will always bring a smile to my face.
I still miss our times together and I guess I always will. So, though you are not here, I want to wish you a Happy Birthday.
RIP
Posted by JOHN MESSER on November 28, 2020
Frist, I would like to apologize for my delay in adding my thoughts to this lovely memorial site in memory of Larry. I am sorry to say, sometimes life gets in the way of doing what you should.

Larry was simply a great Father in-law. Not only was he a nice guy--he helped make two of my dreams come true. First and foremost, my biggest dream came true when I met and married Debbie, Larry’s youngest daughter. And of course it was because of Larry and Arline that my amazing wife existed.
So, I will be forever grateful to Debbie's mom and dad, Larry and Arline for creating Debbie. My second dream came true with the help of Larry, when he helped me to design and build my Astronomy observatory. This was a childhood dream of mine that came true because of Larry’s know-how and skills.
So, I would like to thank Larry for helping me to fulfill two of my biggest dreams in my life.

I have many great memories of going fishing with Larry at Howell lake for Largemouth Bass in Howell where Mom and Dad lived. Larry taught me many things, including how to fish for Largemouth Bass. Larry gave me a lot of sage advice that I have used throughout my life.
Both Larry and Arline always made me feel welcome to their home and as a part of the family. I can honestly say I could not have asked for better in-laws. I loved both of them and I truly miss them.
RIP Larry.
Posted by Gail Nutter on May 29, 2017
Remembering Cousin Larry on the anniversary of his passing.
Posted by Tammy Ibarra on August 7, 2016
Rest In Peace Lawrence. Enjoy all the stories with Grandma and Grandpa and all the rest of the family that have past on. I will always remember the times at the farm in Remus. Fly high with the angels from all of us.
Tammy Ibarra, Lelonie Greyzck and Mildred Statfield
Posted by Glenn Charles on June 6, 2016
My memories of Uncle Larry are very special as he was a big part of my life during my younger years in Allen Park. I have special fond memories at the house on Jonas Street, the cottage in Howell, and at all the holiday gatherings. One memory in particular has stayed with me all these years: I was in middle school and was trying to make an electric motor out of a metal band, magnets, a spool and wire for a science project. Needless to say I waited until the day before it was due to finish it and could not make it work. To the rescue comes Uncle Larry! We worked on it late into the evening and it worked! Uncle Larry will be greatly missed. My sincere condolences to Aunt Arline, my cousins Faith, Debbie, Terry and their families.
Posted by Gail Nutter on May 30, 2016
We have great memories of Larry. I know Uncle Ray enjoyed Redwings with him and enjoyed his company. He was especially kind to us when my dad died. He enjoyed hunting at our place with Jim or on his own. He gave Jim a catalpa seedling once from Thompson lake. Now the tree is at least 30 feet and provides nice shade at the back of our house. We think of him often when we move other seedlings from the tree to the back of our land. We have other memories we will share when we see you.
Posted by Faye Monahan on May 29, 2016
My father and my best friend, I know you are now my guardian angel. Love you Popsy
Posted by Carol Westgate on May 29, 2016
I met Larry when we both were patients at Avante Rehab. He was so kind to come visit with me every day and I never forgot that. It made the days go by faster. God Bless
Posted by Patricia Alessandri on May 29, 2016
Larry always made it a point when he went to dinner, he always stopped by the drug store to bring his loving daughter Faye something to snack on. I always thought he was so thoughtful and such a loving father. God blessed you with a Great Dad Faye, he will always be your guardian angel.

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Posted by JOHN MESSER on December 16, 2020
Dear Larry,
Thinking of you on your birthday. And when I stop and think about the good times, we had I wish I could thank you again for being such a good father in-law. You taught me so many things over the years. Those memories of us going fishing will always bring a smile to my face.
I still miss our times together and I guess I always will. So, though you are not here, I want to wish you a Happy Birthday.
RIP
Posted by JOHN MESSER on November 28, 2020
Frist, I would like to apologize for my delay in adding my thoughts to this lovely memorial site in memory of Larry. I am sorry to say, sometimes life gets in the way of doing what you should.

Larry was simply a great Father in-law. Not only was he a nice guy--he helped make two of my dreams come true. First and foremost, my biggest dream came true when I met and married Debbie, Larry’s youngest daughter. And of course it was because of Larry and Arline that my amazing wife existed.
So, I will be forever grateful to Debbie's mom and dad, Larry and Arline for creating Debbie. My second dream came true with the help of Larry, when he helped me to design and build my Astronomy observatory. This was a childhood dream of mine that came true because of Larry’s know-how and skills.
So, I would like to thank Larry for helping me to fulfill two of my biggest dreams in my life.

I have many great memories of going fishing with Larry at Howell lake for Largemouth Bass in Howell where Mom and Dad lived. Larry taught me many things, including how to fish for Largemouth Bass. Larry gave me a lot of sage advice that I have used throughout my life.
Both Larry and Arline always made me feel welcome to their home and as a part of the family. I can honestly say I could not have asked for better in-laws. I loved both of them and I truly miss them.
RIP Larry.
Posted by Gail Nutter on May 29, 2017
Remembering Cousin Larry on the anniversary of his passing.
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