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Lawrence R. Robinson

January 2, 1921 - April 14, 2011

U.S. Veteran

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The Robinson's were our neighbors for many years in Holliston, and were very well liked by all. Our sympathy to their family in this loss. May they rest in peace.

Posted by Tom and Dorrie LInn on May 15, 2011

I knew Larry from the Senior Center, and I have fond memories of working with him at the newspaper folding sessions as well as speaking with him when I worked the lunch program. It was always a treat to see him at the center. My condolences to his family.

Posted by Fred Sadow on April 20, 2011

Donald Richard and Sharon. I was so sad to hear about your dad. Both your parents meant so much to me. I will always have great memories of them and I hope your memories will hold you close at this time of sadness. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Alice Cornell Grillo on April 19, 2011

The Holliston Senior Center will miss Larry's warmth and kindness. He was a regular at our twice weekly nutrition program and always had kind words to share. Everyone here loved Larry, especially the staff and lunch volunteers. Our condolescences to you all from everyone here.

Posted by Lina Arena-DeRosa on April 19, 2011

Sharon, So sorry for your loss, You and your dad and family are in my prayers.

Posted by Bruce Prescott on April 18, 2011

Our deepest and most sincere sympathy to Donald, Richard, Sharon and the rest of the family. Larry as well as Marge have always been so special to our family. Best and lifelong friends to our parents and always like that second set of parents that we could count on being there for us and we always enjoyed being with them. Affectionately known to all of us Cornell kids as Uncle Larry and Auntie Marge, they will both continue to be in our hearts forever. We will miss you so much.

Posted by Carol Rockwood on April 17, 2011

Larry and Marjorie were wonderful friends. Larry adjusted to each and every change but losing your Mother was one of the hardest. He and your Mother were beloved by many at St. Mary's, the Senior Center and I remember him walking in many parades. Harry and I had a delightful time travelling with both your parents to Sicily.. Deepest Sympathy

Posted by Paula Trask on April 16, 2011