Condolence: Mary-Lynn, Margo, David, and families, sincere sympathy to you on behalf of my mother, Isabel Fraser, and her family. It was always a pleasure to cross paths with Larry Paul. He was such a « people » person. He always left you feeling like he was genuinely glad to see you. I fondly remember his timely piano rendition of « Maple Sugar » on the occasion of cousin Donald McEwen’s funeral. It was such a fine way Larry chose to honour his brother-in-law.
Condolence: We are sad to hear of Larry's passing. He officiated at our wedding at Briarwood Presbyterian 41 years ago. Three years later we brought our six week old son back so that Larry could baptize him. He was a wonderful kind soul who listened and connected so well with people. Our sincere condolences to his family.
Condolence: I've just learned of Larry's death and want to express my sympathy to all who knew and loved him. he was a valued colleague and dear friend and my life and the lives of many are richer for walking alongside him. He filled many lives with music and warmth, encouraged many in the faith, was a steadfast servant of the Lord and a wonderful friend to all.
Condolence: Mary-Lynn, Margo, David and families, our sincerest sympathies to you on the passing of your father. We knew your mother and father well during your Dad's time at Briarwood. I even babysat for the three of you. Your Dad's gift of music and his connection to people is what we remember most. My mother Nora joins me in sending you our love.
Condolence: We were saddened to hear of Larry's passing. Eight years ago today, Larry officiated at our wedding where we exchanged vows under our oak tree with the rays of sunshine beaming from above. Larry was his usual congenial self and we are confident that his spirit will continue to live in many such as ourselves who were blessed to know him.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of your Father's passing. He and my Dad [Jim White] were great friends with a shared love of music. They often played together at nursing homes and other functions. I really got to know your Dad when I was church secretary at the United Church in Carleton Place. He would often pop in when Rev. Bob Condie was minister there. There was always lots of jokes and laughter when those two got together. The two "Saints" are now together again and probably planning to put on a show. You will miss him - he was such a special person.
Condolence: Dear Margo, Mary-Lynn, Dave and families, please know that we are thinking of you during this difficult time. Your dad was a good friend, with his warm smile and caring manner and he will be missed in our community. We offer you our sincere sympathy and hope that all your memories bring you comfort and peace.