To the Dear Hurley Family:
It was with great sadness my discovering of Larry’s passing. My friendship with Larry began when he first came to Groton, CT. He was a great asset to the Groton community for many years. Serving on the Board of Education in addition as Mayor for the Town of Groton. He was a wonderful individual and a great friend. I will miss his energy and smile.
With deepest sympathy,
Robert L. Zuliani, Groton, CT
Larry was always one who gave interesting stories and information about his ancestors. I remember he was so very fond of his Grandmother and that always impressed me since I also loved my Grandmother.
He was the one our group ask questions about computers since he was so knowledge on computers and the software.
He will be greatly missed by our group, The Round Table Discussion Group.
It has been my good fortune to have know Larry from our mutual memberships in the CCComputer and CCGenealogy and SWFLGerman Genealogy Societies. This goes back many years and over this time he has been a giving friend; always helpful to share his great knowledge in many fields and willing to take the time to help me with many problems, be they with computers, printers, and genealogy
puzzles. And he always did it with an unhurried manner and with a smile.
May the the good Lord give him his just reward.
I did not know Larry well but he was acheerful man and hard worker. He will be missed.
I am very sorry to read about your father's passing. I have many fond memories of your family when you lived in California.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Our world and its children are better because of Larry. What an impact he had; his legacy of caring and serving through the Kiwanis clubs he belonged to is admired. Perfect attendance at meetings and always there for projects. Loved that man. As a former Lt. Governor we shared a special bond. So sorry I'll be out of state for his celebration. My prayers for the family.
It has been our pleasure working and socializing with you. You will be missed by many, your contributions are many.
I have not been a member of CCGSI that long but have witnessed how Larry was a very active member and he will be sorely missed. I respected his professionalism and work ethic. May he rest in peace and prayers and sympathy to his family.
Thank you for your Service. Rest in Peace.
Just a goodbye to Larry from a far-off cousin, Ray Vincent. The old timers are gradually disappearing. My prayers to the family.
I've known Larry for just eight months, he being a office holder of CCGSI and a volunteer at the Genealogy room Mid-County Library. I relieved Larry, until recently, every Thursday afternoon at the library. We often discussed the history and his memories of Castine, Maine.
Larry, you are missed.
Condolences to family from a fellow Patriot and lodge member.
My father was the greatest. He was always there for me, good times and bad times. He taught me how to be the best I could be with confidence.
He will be missed but never forgotten.
I am happy that he and my mother are now together again and at peace.
Love you Dad
You were always willing to step up and take charge of many organizations.Our paths crossed in several organizations. Sometimes you as the leader and sometimes you as a teacher in teaching the computer.
Fair well my Brother, fair well.
May you rest in peace Larry. You have given of yourself for many years and now it is time to rest. Others will pick up where you left off and you have left giant shoes to fill. You have been a wonderful friend and a dedicated SAR member and brother to all of the DAR ladies. I have especially enjoyed working with you and your team these past few years and sharing all the fun and comradeship at the meetings. Jack was so proud to become one of your Brothers when he passed your Muster and joined you SAR Chapter. He/We will remember as long as we live. God has prepared a place for you in Heaven for all the good you have done here on this earth. Your friends. Jack and Suzy Hackett
Larry will be greatly missed by the Round Table Discussion Group. He always had interesting stories about his ancestors and always had helpful information to share.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.