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Adam Silverman Adam Silverman from New York, NY wrote on November 16, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Laribal, I walked by the Harley Davidson Cafe the other day and remembered opening night. I was walking by the cafe that night when I saw this huge crowd of people. As I strugled to look over the crowd, I noticed you standing inside the rope in a suit right in the center of all of the stars, with a big smile. Some how you found your way in and you were right in the center of the crowd. You saw me and gave me one of your winks. I was so prowd to know you... One of the many, many stories of your life with the stars... Miss ya, Adibal...
Bonnie Mazor Bonnie Mazor wrote on November 16, 2001 at 12:00 am:
LP, We all miss you so much. One thing that I think about all the time is how all of this has brought so many people back in touch. I think above everything else this is a true testament to you and how you lived your life. Justin and Marlee will grow up hearing about you and learning what a hero is. You have achieved legend status; I know you would love it. I love listening to Michael's stories about you, him, Adam, Gary and Jeffrey growing up. You are truly one of a kind and we will miss you and love always! You and your family are always in our thoughts.
Jenn Pacht- Goodman Jenn Pacht- Goodman wrote on November 16, 2001 at 12:00 am:
I did not see Larry often but when I did it was always a pleasant suprise at a bar of course, the most chic of them all, of course...After he greated me with a big bear hug and his warm smile, he proceeded to offer to buy me and whoever I was with several cocktails... I think of him often and am inspired to live life to the fullest after learning so much about the person Larry was.. I send my love to all of your family and friends always thinking of you...
Jonathan Press Jonathan Press from New York wrote on November 16, 2001 at 12:00 am:
So sorry to hear about Larry, he was truly something special. Though I had not seen him in years I felt that I lost a friend as well. My condolences to Larryâ??s friends and family.
Patty Michaels Patty Michaels from Newark, Delaware wrote on November 15, 2001 at 12:00 am:
To all of Larry's family and friends ~ I have enjoyed your young man immensely, without having known him. From the Newsday article to this website, he's absolutely the kind of guy anyone would say - 'Gee, I wish I knew him'. You are all so lucky. Hang in there, and God Bless.
Saul Rosenthal Saul Rosenthal from New York wrote on November 15, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Polatsch: I really miss you buddy! From the time we met 25 years ago to the Hamptons this past summer, you have been the truest of friends and a constant source of happiness and laughter in my life. I know it sounds hackneyed, but a piece of me went with you on 9/11. Still, I am left with wonderful memories, where your big grinning face will continue to live on. All the best, Saul P.S. I have no idea what my brother is talking about (prior entry).
David Katz David Katz from NYC(Woodbury) wrote on November 15, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Dear Larry, I can't believe you're gone. It doesn't make sense. Although we never really knew each other, I see you were a special person from what others have written. I'm a TV producer now, If I run into Julia, I'll send her your love. God bless... David
David Katz David Katz from David Katz wrote on November 15, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Dear Larry, I can't believe you're gone. It doesn't make sense. Although we never really knew each other, I see you were a special person from what others have written. I'm a TV producer now, If I run into Julia, I'll send her your love. God bless... David
Joyce (age 45) Joyce (age 45) from Somerset Cty, NJ wrote on November 14, 2001 at 12:00 am:
I didn't know you but I admire people who do wild & crazy things, like asking out a movie star! I like creative, impulsively fun people! god bless your family !!! Comfort them in this hard time.
Sydney Eckstein (7 years old) Sydney Eckstein (7 years old) from Livingston, New Jersey wrote on November 14, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Dear Laurence, I feel bad about what happened at the world trade center. When my mom told me I started to cry. I really love you very much because you knew me since I was a baby. I squeezed you tonight when I went to sleep. My dog is cute. You should see him. I love you... Love, Sydney
Lee Resnick Lee Resnick from Cleveland, OH wrote on November 14, 2001 at 12:00 am:
LP - I am deeply saddened to hear of the loss of my fraternity brother and friend. You will always be remembered for the laughter and friendship you brought to so many people. Your spirit lives as an inspiration to the whole country. Your Friend, Lee
Darren Ross Darren Ross wrote on November 14, 2001 at 12:00 am:
LP, for over 10 years now, most of our encounters have been brief. I would bump into you on the street or in a bar, or see you whizzing by on your rollerblades with that big LP smile on your face. But it was always a pleasure to see you, I always knew you would give me a laugh. Everyone was talking about the way you lived your life, and how that should be an inspiration to us. It sounds a bit cliché, but it is so true. I have thought about you, and about living life to the fullest, so many times these past 2 months. I hope to pass that outlook on to my kids, and in that way, you and your spirit will live on. Where ever you are, I am sure you are having a damn good time.
Pete & Jackie Foglia Pete & Jackie Foglia from wading river, ny wrote on November 13, 2001 at 12:00 am:
In Loving Memory of Our Cousin Laurence.... Afterglow.... I'd like the memory of me to be a happy one, I'd like to leave an afterglow of smiles when day is done. I'd like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways, Of happy times and laughing times and bright and sunny days. I'd like the tears of those who grieve, to dry before the sun, of happy memories that I leave behind when day is done. Laurence, Your afterglow is burning bright!
Jon Semon Jon Semon wrote on November 13, 2001 at 12:00 am:
LP, I still can not believe that you not here and the passage of time has not made it any easier. You were one of a kind. Everytime, I go get a cup of coffee at a restaurant I can not help but laugh and think of you and that time when we went to Cosmos in Syracuse, and that cheezy looking waitress with 4 ear rings on each ear and one in her nose and tounge brought you your cup of coffee and asked 'Cream in your coffee sir?' and you replied in a deep sarcastic voice 'I'd rather you didn't'. It is the memories like these which have helped me get through this difficult period. I have started writing credos again(you have been mentioned it quite a few), the exclusive list of recipients has expanded. You were always the first person on the list as you were part of the inspiration for the credo, I now have to learn how to write a PG credo so I can bang one out on this website. My thoughts are always with you. BIG DADDY PS: You have to be laughing right now at how neither Gary, Adam or Guppy no matter how we try get the MC joke.
pete kaufman pete kaufman from boca raton, fl wrote on November 13, 2001 at 12:00 am:
LP- Not a day goes by that i don't think about you and your family. I feel fortunate and lucky to have known you and your family for the last 25 years. you were such a great guy who always loved to have a good time. I'll never forget when DP and i were seniors in high school and we stayed with you at michigan when u lived with Bobo and Zep. It was just one of my many memories with you and DP. This website is an unbelievable tribute to such a great guy. I miss you, Kauf
TRACY BELL TRACY BELL from TRACY wrote on November 12, 2001 at 12:00 am:
DEAR lARRY, I just wanted to let you know you are truly missed. I can't help but wish when I am walking down the street to run into you, like I always did. I just wanted to thank you for always asking Gary how I was doing it meant alot. I am still waiting for your father to show me the reels of film he would threaten me with of you & I in the bathtub when we were babies. Again you will be missed. Love, Tracy Bell
MAZOR MAZOR from Boca Raton wrote on November 11, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Was just going through some old E-mails I sent you this but it got returned as undeliverable you are the man miss ya kid -----Original Message----- From: Michael Mazor [] Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 10:03 PM To: Subject: LP - Hey LP its Mazor Just sitting here Thinking of you I hope you are okay. we miss you. I can't believe we haven't heard any thing. Your company has this web site that we keep checking but no word as of yet. We are still trying to be optimistic but, it is getting harder. It will never be the same. I am glad you got the pictures of Justin & Marlee and we were able to exchange emails. I really hope you get this and my Kids have the honor to meet you. We have been through a lot together and hope to continue. I am going to call your parents and Danny for support. I know the kind of people they are and I am sure they are getting a lot of support from family and friends. Tell them I said Hello Love Mazor
Adam Mann Adam Mann from Great Neck, NY wrote on November 11, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Larry, Although we only spent a limited amount of time together, they were certainly not lacking in laughs. I only wish I could have spent more time with you!
Jamie Anikstein Eckstein Jamie Anikstein Eckstein from Livingston, New Jersey wrote on November 11, 2001 at 12:00 am:
Laurence...When you were a little boy (about 7 years old), Jeffrey, Adam and Gary played a game called superman. The four of you would fly around the house pretending to be superman. Jeffrey, Adam and Gary used towels for their capes. YOU had a gorgeous red satin flowing cape that your grandma made. It was outrageous and the coolest, best looking cape of the group. I must have been 10 years old at the time. It is something about you that I will always remember. I hope that you are doing well. ADIOS AMIGO...HUGS AND KISSES...Jamie
Danny Polatsch Danny Polatsch from NYC, NY wrote on November 11, 2001 at 12:00 am:
LP - I hope you are able to read this months (Dec 2001) Esquire with Julia Roberts on the cover. Her and George Clooney are interviewing each other and George asks Julia if she ever heard the pick-up line 'What's a nice movie star like you doing in a place like this?' ----- Julia's response was 'Strangely, I haven't heard that one. I did have A GUY come up to me once a few years ago in a magazine store. He just walked up and says, 'Do you wanna have dinner with me?' I was sort of speechless. And I was like '!' And he was like 'Why not?' And I was like, 'Well, first of all, this is New York City, and I'm a girl by myself, talking to a man I've never seen before.' There was a certain CHARM to his chutzpah.' ---- 'You got to give him that,' George said, tilting his head in a show of admiration.---- 'But then he ended up on Entertainment Tonight a few years later, telling the story of trying to pick me up.' ------ NOT TO SHABBY LP. YOU MUST HAVE MADE QUITE AN IMPRESSION. I MISS YOU. ----- DP