To view Larry's Memorial Tribute Video CLICK HERETo View Larry's Celebration of Life Service CLICK HERE\n\nLarry was born in Washington DC on April 12, 1936. He was a lifetime resident of Prince George's, Queen Anne's, and Sussex Counties in Maryland. Larry was born during the depression. His father was a cab driver and his mother a homemaker. Larry was the oldest of three children, and to hear Larry tell it, food was often in too short supply for a growing boy's appetite. We used to tease him with the term "depression baby", because he was very frugal - he would often keep leftovers well past their time as he was unable to throw out "good food." \n\n \n\n Larry was humble despite being crowned Homecoming King in elementary, middle and high school. Larry was a great athlete in his youth and would often compete and excel with athletes much older than him. He loved all sports but his favorite throughout his life was football. Larry attended Bladensburg High School, class of '54, where he was a Maryland All State halfback and Vice President of his senior class. Larry met his wife Betty and many life long friends at Bladensburg High School - who have remained faithful all his life. \n\n \n\nLarry married Betty soon after high school and they began a family. He was a caring husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. His children revered him. Larry worked hard his entire life. He was a lifelong member of the Steam Fitters Union 602. After leaving Prince Georges County, Larry moved to the Eastern Shore in Centerville. He continued to commute across the Bay Bridge to his job as a construction estimator in DC. He did not retire until after he was 70 years old. Larry loved to garden at his homes in Centreville and Fenwick Island, DE. But his passion was fishing (or wishing) as he often did not land " the big one." His little station wagon, while cluttered to the uninitiated, was set up to carry extensive tackle and fishing poles... with no room passengers! After work, Larry loved to watch sports on TV. He closely followed and was often frustrated by the Redskins. In 2012, Larry took ill; he and Betty came to live in Arizona. In 2013 he survived cancer surgery. He has lived the past four years of his life in Tucson with his daughter Laurie and her family. Larry enjoyed the Arizona sunsets, sangria and watching sports on the patio. He closely followed the Cubs this summer in their pursuit of a championship. Larry passed away peacefully on October 29, 2016. He is survived by his wife Betty Dell (Cox) Foreman of Bladensburg, MD, his daughter Laurie (Marvin) Moore and son Larry (Karen) Foreman - both of Tucson, grandsons Matthew (Amanda) Foreman, Brett and Brandon Moore, and two great grandchildren - Madison and Maximus Foreman. He is also survived by his two sisters - Helen Burritt and Nancy Raff. Larry's passing is a great loss. He taught us compassion and humor. Knowing him has made our lives richer.