Guest Book for Lawrence "Larry" M. Mace

Provided by IslandView Funeral Services

Posted by: Scotty and Vanessa
Wed February 03, 2021
The Man of few words that Everyone listened to.
Known as a second father to so many and very much the King of One-Liners.  Love you Always, Dad!
 

 
Posted by: Betsy Cusack
Wed February 03, 2021
Deepest sympathy to you and your family
 

 
Posted by: JoAnne W. Marcelletta
Wed February 03, 2021
Mary Ellen and family, It was so sad to hear of Larry’s passing. Hold onto the warm and wonderful memories and may they bring you comfort and peace. With much sympathy, Jo
 

 
Posted by: Charles F Matthews
Wed February 03, 2021
So sorry to hear of Larry's passing, we have known both of you for so many years it is hard to believe time has passed us by. I will miss seeing him at the golf course in summers past and also the times we spent working together at the Creameries. Rip Larry we'll meet again in the great beyond!!!!
 

 
Posted by: Randy George Adams
Wed February 03, 2021
I was sorry to of the passing of Larry. I grew up hearing tales about Larry and my father working at the milk plant in Ogdensburg. I'm sure they're telling tales and joking around in heaven.
 

 
Posted by: Charles Allen Palmer II
Wed February 03, 2021
I would like to offer my condolences to the Mace family on behalf of the Palmer’s. Larry was a great friend of my father, and he always spoke highly of their friendship, no doubt forged over the many years they worked together in Dairy plants all over St. Lawrence County. I’m sure they are ‘making up for lost time’ up above. Allen Palmer
 

 
Posted by: Claudette Calderon
Thu February 04, 2021
Mace family:
My sincere condolences to you all.
Claudette Calderon
 

 
Posted by: Kathy
Thu February 04, 2021
Always a Dad to me and a grandfather to my kids, forever loved
 

 
Posted by: Lois Langtry
Thu February 04, 2021
To all the Mace family:  I was saddened to read of Larry's passing in northcountrynow.com, my source of local news while I am gone all winter.  A quiet man who was more often working behind the scenes than out in front, he was a great supporter of all things that Brier Hill was involved in.  Hopefully, your memories of the fun times with him will make you smile during this sad time.  RIP, Larry.  Lois & Ken
 

 
Posted by: Deltra Curry
Fri February 05, 2021
I am so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you Mary Ellen.
 

 
Posted by: Bob and Lori Frisina
Mon February 08, 2021
Mary Ellen and Family,

Sending our thoughts and prayers your way.  The years I spent working with Larry are filled with laughter.  Sending you our best at this hard time.
 

 
Posted by: phil smithers
Thu July 08, 2021
my condolences,  I worked with Larry at Universal Foods