Let the memory of Lawrence be with us forever
  • 76 years old
  • Born on April 9, 1936 in Pennsylvania, United States.
  • Passed away on April 25, 2012 in Poulsbo, Washington, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Lawrence Sutherland, 76, born on April 9, 1936 and passed away on April 25, 2012. We will remember him forever.  We encourage friends and family to use this website to leave stories, comments, and other things to remember him by.  Thank you very much.

Posted by Reid Sutherland on April 25, 2018
Dear Dad, all of us are thinking of you today. We miss you.
Posted by Xanny Sutherland on April 25, 2018
Love and miss you Grandad. I know you’re watching over me and I promise you I will not let you down. Missing our bike rides at Pope Mtn.
Posted by Xanny Sutherland on August 27, 2017
I miss you Grandad, know you're looking over all of us.
Posted by Reid Sutherland on April 27, 2015
It has been three years since you passed on. We miss you Dad.
Posted by Xan Sutherland on April 25, 2014
Two years have gone by so fast. I wish Dad was still around so I could update him on what all his sons are doing. In case you are listening. Everyone is doing well and making progress. We sure do miss you.
Posted by Suelen Sutherland on January 23, 2014
Foi meu sogro não tive a oportunidade de passar mais tempo e conhece-lo antes mas o pouco tempo me mostrou a pessoa maravilhosa e espetacular que ele era,sentiremos saudades eternamente e acredito que ele completou tudo na Terra principalmente vindo ao Brasil passar o primeiro ano do seu mais novo neto Keven.
Posted by Reid Sutherland on December 21, 2013
We all miss you Dad, and wish you could still be with us sharing your insights and wisdom. We are keeping you close.
Posted by Art Rangno on April 25, 2013
Moving to a small district in Catalina, AZ, called "Sutherland Heights". Its near the Sutherland Wash, which runs through Sutherland Valley. Larry will be with me always. art
Posted by James Bradley on April 25, 2013
In Memory of an outstanding Father and Aviator, Rest in peace. Condolences to all he touched. Special regards to his sons whom I truly value and appreciate.
Posted by Xan Sutherland on April 25, 2013
All the boys really miss Dad this day one year on. Tim's birthday is today but it comes with a sad reminder. The year has passed so quickly but the memory of losing dad is still fresh. Love you Dad.
Posted by Richard Khan on April 9, 2013
Thinking of Larry on his Birthday ........ a dear friend who will always be remembered. We all miss you Larry ........
Posted by Richard Khan on May 23, 2012
Larry will always be remembered as not only an excellent instructor, but as a true gentleman that I was honored to call a friend. Following in his footsteps will be a difficult task for anyone, but I am confident that his son's will live up to his name and through them, Larry will forever be remembered. My deepest condolences to his family and friends worldwide. Rest in eternal peace ...
Posted by James Bradley on May 8, 2012
My condolences. Captain Sutherland was an amazing aviator. He is survived by his family. Knowing his sons they are a true testament to his likeness and professionalism! The world mourns his passing. He will be greatly missed.
Posted by Fred Breitling on May 8, 2012
Larry was the consummate airline pilot, with excellent piloting skills as well as a temperament and leadership qualities which served as a wonderful example to us new guys. As a wet-behind-the-ears S/O in 1966 I was fortunate to have had the privilege of flying with Larry a number of times. He will be missed.
Posted by Joseph Coglitore on May 7, 2012
My condolences to the Sutherland family. Larry meant a lot to a lot of people most of all to his sons. Larry cherished the time he spent with them and never wavered from their side. The world was a better place because of him. He'll be greatly missed. God bless!
Posted by Arch Kennedy on May 7, 2012
Larry and I were squadron mates at VR-22 in Norfolk, VA. We were good friends that just didn't stay in contact. What a mistake. I regret that.
Posted by Jay Jorgensen on May 7, 2012
Larry and I seemed to be joined at the hip during my prolonged 3 holer left seat check out in Salinas many moons ago. Andy & the boys in MSP training sent me there then seemed to forget about me. When I did get to fly it was mostly with Larry. It was always a pleasure and a new experience. I also enjoyed working the line with him and of course, debriefing. Condolences to the family
Posted by Richard Farmer on May 6, 2012
Larry was a true gentleman and great pilot. Always enjoyed flying with him and remember all the help he gave me in setting up my bee keeping hobby. He is missed.
Posted by Lorna Muller on May 5, 2012
Larry had a great sense of humor and was a wonderful story teller. I love the many bee hive stories. My favorite is the one that ended with the hive dropping on Rena's head (I don't know if I would have been as forgiving as Rena). Larry will be so very missed.
Posted by Tom Brightman on May 4, 2012
Condolences from a stranger in UK....
Posted by JP Pearson on May 2, 2012
To the Sutherlands, Larry was the ultimate Captain. Several years ago when I became a captain myself, I was advised that when things hit the fan in the cockpit ask yourself how your favorite captain would handle the situation, there have been many times where I ask myself "how would Larry handle this?" He was much admired and will be missed.
Posted by James Lindley on May 2, 2012
Larry was a great guy and enjoyable to be around at all times. He will be missed. Condolences to his family.
Posted by Art Rangno on May 1, 2012
To all, I was a member of the aircraft crew that so often featured Larry. My job, at times, was to direct the aircraft into cumulus clouds. I loved working with Larry! He was so easy going about taking the aircraft in whatever bizarre direction I asked for, or changed my mind about!

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