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Comments by Morna on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 12:47
I am overcome with grief, as a mother of two, I cannot possibly imagine what their family is going through and at the same time I am taken back by all the love and warmth that is pouring in from literally around the world. My sweet Larry, you have not died in vain. You will be remembered for all time and know that what you went through has brought a world together and that we will continue to spread the word of love, acceptance and understanding.
Love to you and your family,
Morna
Ventura, CA
United States  

Comments by Jonathan Solo on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 12:33
I am still numb at this reality! We have become complaent to believe that as gay citizens our equality has progressed over the last two decades. HAS IT? The ignorance and hate exist even in the minds of children. I am deeply saddend by this horrifc tragedy. To have lost such an innocent beautiful boy because of who he was is HEINOUS.
May your life be a reminder to us that we have such a long way to travel. I honor you Larry.
Jonathan Solo
SanFrancisco, CA
United States  

Comments by JEM805 on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 12:26
This is such a tragedy no parent or child should have to go through this...R.I.P Larry!!!You're in a much peacful place...To the family, our prayers are with you.
Oxnard, California
United States  

Comments by Anita on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 12:14
My heart aches for your family. You are in my thoughts and Prayers each day.
Thousand Oaks, Ca.
United States  

Comments by Greg Waagner on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 11:54
I was so sorry to hear the story of Larry's premature death. I wish peace and comfort to his family and friends, and smile at the thought of him bringing joy to his new friends in Heaven.
Larry's loss will serve as a reminder to the rest of us to teach tolerance and peace to the people of this world. Perhaps then we can mold a world that Larry could be proud of.
Harwich, MA
United States  

Comments by Brittany on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 11:12
Young soul was he, big smile did he have, friends did he love, people did he change, love did he give. Of course. He may not have been perfect....and I did not know him but I have read every article...and it seems that so many people did love him for who he was. So remember that-.May every person with hate in their hearts be changed by this. One's sexual preference does not say who a person is-it is simply a preference like cream or no cream in coffee. God Bless his family & friends
Fillmore, CA
United States  

Comments by Debbie T. on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 11:10
I didn't know Larry, but I grew up in Ventura/Oxnard, even had cousins that attended E.O. Green. I was horrified when I heard this story on the news while getting ready for work. I have two boys, and I could care less what thier "orientation" may be later in life, and I commend his parents for making the statement that they would "love him no matter what". Who are any of us to judge? I can't imagine the pain of losing a child, let alone in such a ruthless, senseless manner. The prayers of my boys and I and many of us here in KY are with you.
Frankfort, KY
United States  

Comments by Janet on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 10:48
I am so sorry for you loss, may God Bless the family.
Camarillo, Ca.
United States  

Comments by Sylvia W. on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 10:23
My heart pours out to Larry's family. There are no words to express the sympathy felt. Such a handsome young man, and as my daughter said, a very nice person. The passing of Larry and the circumstances surrounding his death saddened myself and my family beyond belief. It was so wonderful to hear of the number of people from our community who marched last Saturday and the beautiful gestures left at the flag pole in front of E.O. Green. All in the memory of Larry. He is forever in my heart.
Oxnard, CA
United States  

Comments by Betty on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 10:19
i'm really lucky to have met larry ...i didnt get to be w him for long and the time i go to work w him while he was ddoin comunity hrs he always made my day fun ... he was always full of joy and loved makin new friends and i love the fact that he didnt care wat people would say and he was who he chose to be ..i;m relly gonna miss him ..... may he rest in peace
Oxnard, ca
United States  

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