The online guestbook for Lawrence Davidson, Sr.

Posted on June 28, 2009
Posted by: Andy Tierney
From: Kensington ct

Message: I worked for D&L for many years. Larry always treated me like I was family. It was a wonderful time in my life and a great company to work for. I have, and will, always remember him with great admiration. Cheryl and I send our condolences to all our friends in the Davidson family. Larry will be missed. Andy and Cheryl Tierney

Posted on June 28, 2009
Posted by: Mickey Harris
From: Hobe Sound FL

Message: Dear Adrienne and Family, Jack and I extend our sympathy to all you. We always had fond memories of our early years living as neighbors in New Britain. May you find comfort in your loss with loving friend's and family. Larry was a fine gentleman and lived life to the fullest. Our love and prayers are with you. Sincerely, Mickey Harris

Posted on June 28, 2009
Posted by: barbara and john goda
From: alpharetta ga

Message: We have known this special family for years becasue of the horse show industry. We still see Diana and, of course, visit with her online quite often. She is special to us and always takes the time to keep us up to date on the family.... our hearts are with you at this time

Posted on June 28, 2009
Posted by: Rabbi Stephen Fuchs
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of the outstanding business, civic, and educational leader of our community, Lawrence J. Davidson, Sr. His legacy of service to the state of Connecticut will have lasting impact, and I pray that his loved ones and many friends will find blessing in his memory! Rabbi Stephen Fuchs

Posted on June 28, 2009
Posted by: Sharon Kelly
From: Oak Bluffs MA

Message: In the glory days of D&L, the Davidson brothers, were respectfully and affectionately called "Mr." before their first names. "Mr. Larry" was a gentleman of the old school. He certainly knew how to get things done without a lot of drama or debilitating deliberation. The early 1970s represented a very different business climate from today. When I was in my first year with the company, my husband and I were trying to get our first mortgage, but our bank would not recognize the earnings of a wife. Somehow, Mr. Larry got wind of it and made it his business. He sent us to "his" bank, with word that I was going to have a job as long as I wanted one. I will be forever grateful for his unsolicited intervention on our behalf. He was an astute businessman with a real heart. With genuine respect and affection, he will always be "Mr. Larry" to me. Heartfelt sympathy to the entire family, Sharon Kelly

Posted on June 29, 2009
Posted by: Susan, Bill and Abigale Parker
From: Canton CT

Message: It is with great respect and fondness that we remember Larry. For many years we shared the joys and sorrows of the horse business with Larry and Diana. There were some great horses, many championships and good memories. Larry was a generous and accomplished man who will be missed by many. We extend our most sincere sympathy to your family. Susan, Bill and Abigale Parker

Posted on June 29, 2009
Posted by: Mike Paigo
From: Unionville CT

Message: Dear Ned,Larry Jr and extended families; Please accept my sincerest condolences on the passing of your father. I have many fond memories of you father, especially his interactions with Forest Winslow and Henry Kwaak. These many years later I still smile at the conversations between them. I do remember one time your father asking Forest on a Monday how his weekend went. After hearing his response your father said shaking his head, "I can't believe your not in jail, how do you do it?" at which point Henry who was standing quietly next to Forest put his hands on Forest's shoulders and said, "please no more questions for my client" and ushered him from your fathers office. Your father roared with laughter. Sincerely, Mike Paigo

Posted on June 29, 2009
Posted by: Krista Headley
From: Greensboro NC

Message: Davidson Family Thinking of you at this very sad time.

Posted on June 29, 2009
Posted by: Jim, Fay, Ebby & Audrey Lowry
From: Seymour IL


Posted on June 29, 2009
Posted by: Eileen Chester Daverio
From: Plainville CT

Message: Many members of my family worked for D&L. Ann Seaman, William Seaman, Theresa Chester and her daughter, Eileen. We all had Larry for our boss. It was a pleasure knowing him.

Posted on June 30, 2009
Posted by: Cindy Brown-Clark
From: Newton NJ

Message: Diana - my thoughts & prayers are with you & your family during this difficult time. Larry was a true "gentleman"& I enjoyed sitting with him at different horseshows. I always found if you listened carefully you could learn something from him - be it about horses or life!

Posted on June 30, 2009
Posted by: Mary & Anthony Lazzaro
From: New Britain, CT

Message: Mary & I are so sorry to hear of the passing of Larry Davidson. I first got to know Larry when we were in Kindergarden together. He went on to bigger and better things, however, we always remained good friends through these many years. He was a great person. He will be missed.

Posted on July 08, 2009
Posted by: Henry Family
From: Naples FL

Message: May you rest in peace. You will be remembered amongst all your horse show friends. We all shall see you soon! Woodrow W. Henry Family

Posted on July 17, 2009
Posted by: Paul & Kathy Manafort
From: alexandria va

Message: Adrianne, We just found out about Larry. He lived a wonderful life and touched so many people in so many ways. Larry was a true humanitarian who made a differnce in this world. He will be missed. I always enjoyed spending time with him and you. Larry was a great friend to our family and we grieve with you during this difficult time. love Kathy, Paul, Jessica and Andrea

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