Dear Lyn and the Levine family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Lyn, thank you for sharing your relationship with us as you and your marriage has been a complete inspiration to us. Though we never met Larry, we know he must have been incredible as to be your 'other half.' You are in our prayers.
Stephanie and Bob Walker
May 21, 2008 17:58 Posted by Stephanie Walker
Ever since the announcement of Larry's passing and after the funeral ceremony I have constantly had Larry on my mind. I do not have to go into detail regarding what a friend and human being Larry was. He will be dearly missed by all of his golf and bowling friends along with everyone else. Coming up at the end of this month, there is a golf tournament. As you may know, everyone uses white golf balls. Larry has always been different, and uses a yellow ball. Well, starting with this outing and all those in the future, I will supply everyone will a yellow ball to start the tournament off. Everyone will play the first hole with Larry's Ball. Yo and I share your great loss and will always be here if you need us. All our Love Jerry & Yo
May 17, 2008 5:33 Posted by Jerry Horner
Larry was a dear man. In the 60's and 70's Gold Star was my creative home base and Larry was part of it's creative family. He had wonderful ears and through judicious mixing often added something to one of my arrangements that far exceeded what I had written. His mellow personality was a joy to be around. He could calm the waters of many a stormy session.
Even though we didn't see much of each other in recent years it was nice to know that if I was really down I could always head for Fromins deli on Tuesday morning and get my Larry fix.
My condolences to Lyn and family. Bye' Larry.
May 16, 2008 13:04 Posted by perry botkin
I would like to offer my most sincere condolences to the Levine Family. I worked with Larry at A&M in the '60s and '70s, and I appreciated his fairness and the respect with which he treated all of us. My days at A&M were some of the best of my career, due in no small part to Larry's being there. I remember him with great fondness. Again, my prayers are with the Levine Family.
May 15, 2008 22:43 Posted by Hank Cicalo
I wanted to share one story that shows Larry to be not only the wonderful, funny, smart, honest and talented man we all knew, but that he was the essence of goodness.
We were on tour with the TJB. On our way to Europe, there was a 12 hour delay, in Maine I believe. At the end of it, the TJB was allowed to pre-board, but Larry refused to go ahead of women and children who had also spent the entire night waiting.
Larry, you were always there, to contribute your amazing talent for anything our family needed. You will be greatly missed.
May 14, 2008 12:36 Posted by Cissy Wechter
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