Guestbook

The online guestbook for Lawrence (Larry) Reitman

Posted on January 30, 2011
Posted by: Steve "Spider" Robbins
From: Moretown VT

Message: Flintstone golf in my yard, at the park, in the mountains, at the campground, along the river...and the sharp wit, comraderie and fierce competetion Needles brought to every match. We also shared an important love of smoked meat products. I've lost a brother and miss him very much.


Posted on January 30, 2011
Posted by: Sheila and Howard Mark
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Our deepest condolences to all of the family on the loss of Larry. While we did not know him, we know the parents and Bill.and want to express sincere sympathy at this most difficult time.May his memories serve as a solace and source of comfort to you, and may he be bound up in the book of eternal life. Sincerely, Sheila and Howard Mrk


Posted on January 30, 2011
Posted by: Trapper Robbins
From: Seattle WA

Message: Hey Needles, How many miles? How many peaks? How many Flintstone Golf matches? A lot, but never enough. The new england woodlands just won't be the same without your distinctive "Hoot!" echoing through the blue-blazed trees. Go long, my friend.


Posted on January 30, 2011
Posted by: Gail and Joey
From: Newington CT

Message: To our much loved brother-in-law. We cannot put into words how much we are going to miss your insane sense of humor and appreciation of all things beef! We are so lucky to have had you in our family and it will never be the same without you here. We love you and miss you tons already....Love Gail and Joey


Posted on January 30, 2011
Posted by: Mike Lagana
From: rocky hill CT

Message: Was always a joker and made everyone laugh


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Dave Fitol
From: East Hampton Ct.

Message: I worked with Larry at the Phoenix many years ago. What drew me to Larry was his quick wit, and I shared his love of sarcasm. We also shared a love of skiing. My first trip “out west” was with Larry to Steamboat Springs. We had a blast!! I think I’ll always remember Larry for the way he’d hit you with a good dose of sarcasm, followed by words of encouragement or compassion along with his funny chuckle. I hadn’t seen or talked with Larry in years, but when I heard the news of his passing, I was greatly saddened. My deepest condolences to all of Larry’s family.


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Dave Bradlee
From: Seattle WA

Message: I'll never forget you coming up to Natick and Newton to help decorate for our theme parties -- Bow Tie, Time Capsule, Tropical Vacation. When you, Trapper and Whoops got together, the creativity was unbelievable. We'll miss you.


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Rosalie Goldstein
From: Naples FL

Message: With a sad heart I read the news of Larry's death. Losing a child is a terrible thing, and my heart breaks for you. I know you are both strong, and will find the strength to endure. I remember his Milwaukee years, and know that he grew up to be a fine man that you can be very proud of. I send my love and wish you strength. Rosalie


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Don Antaya
From: South Windsor CT

Message: My deepest condolences to all of the family on the loss of Larry. Dealing with Larry on business was always a joy due to his wit and sarcasm. We had numerous afternoons on the golf course sharing many laughts.


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Huck and Bernice Saxe
From: DelRay Beach, FL.

Message: Our deepest sympathies to our dear friends Sy and Shirley Reitman and their families. We wish we could have known Larry and exchanged his adventurous stories with Huck. They both had hair raising experiences, I'll bet! Bernice and Huck Saxe


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Maurizio & Mary Formica
From: Hartford CT

Message: Our sincere condolences for your loss to Ugo & Virginia Lagana and the Reitman family.


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: Kathryn Gardow
From: Seattle WA

Message: "it is hard to overestimate how much fun it was to be around him" That sums it up... you'll get them laughing in heaven, too! Will miss you Needles! Kathryn


Posted on January 31, 2011
Posted by: ANNETTE AND GEORGE FISHER
From: PALM BEACH FL

Message: ALTHOUGH WE CANNOT PHYSICALLY ATTEND THE MEMORIAL SERVICE, OUR HEARTS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU.


Posted on February 01, 2011
Posted by: Phyllis & Robert Cherlin
From: West Hartford Ct.

Message: Shirley & Sey: Warm thoughts and our sincere sympathy to you and your family.


Posted on February 02, 2011
Posted by: Tina & Larry Salvo
From: Stow MA

Message: Sandra, There are no words to express how we feel. We are so happy that we got to spend time with you both in October and Larry was his usual self. We are going to miss his humor, witt and charm and most of all his friendship. We will miss him always! Love Tina, Larry and LJ


Posted on February 02, 2011
Posted by: Roxanne Everett
From: Seattle WA

Message: A long time friend of my husband, Trapper, you became one of my closest friends too. I will always remember the wonderful times we had plus the great trips near and far. A kind and generous person with a healthy dose of humor and sarcasm, you always made me laugh, sometimes at myself (more often at you), without a trace of any misplaced intent. You will be sorely missed. Climb high and eat lots of pork there.


Posted on February 02, 2011
Posted by: Ron Strickland
From: Bedford MA

Message: I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Needles. I had heard about him for so many, many years that it was almost as if I knew him. I believe that he was a person who overcame difficulties with panache, that he was an inspiration to others with his humor. I will keep Needles in my thoughts, Ron


Posted on February 04, 2011
Posted by: Whoops
From: Bolton CT

Message: Needles we shared many humerous travels together over the years. Many formal meals and flintstone golf at the huts were spent with friends. Long study hours at UConn working through our degrees. You were always the best of friends. And here you are breaking trail again for the rest of us. You will truly be missed. A long heartfelt HOOT. Whoops


Posted on February 05, 2011
Posted by: joann Carufel
From: windsor ct

Message: Sandra, I still talk about Larry and playing flintstone golf. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met. I remember visiting and being in awe of his honey pot collection. It is truly a loss, my sincere sympathy. JoAnn


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