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Liz Halpen posted a condolence
Sunday, January 12, 2020Dear Lillian and family: I was so sorry to learn of Arnold's unexpected death. I have so many wonderful memories of Arnold while working at Corning. He was a wonderful human being - always had a smile and kind word to say. May all the wonderful times you've shared help you through this sad time. Thoughts and prayers - Liz Halpen
Barb Lomas posted a condolence
Thursday, January 2, 2020Dear Mrs, LaRock, Robin, Arnie, Tyler, and family, We would like to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of Mr. LaRock. Whenever I saw him he had a big smile and was always so friendly. He will be missed by all. Barb Lomas & Lew Fertig
Thursday, January 2, 2020
Jack Carroll posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 1, 2020I was saddened to see that Arnie has passed away. I worked with him at Corning and he was well respected and a friend to all. My condolences to the family. RIP Arnie, you will be missed.
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Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Laurie ( LaFaver) Molloseau posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 1, 2020Aunt Lil, Robin, Arnie and many family members affected by this loss.... I’m so sorry. Uncle Arnold I remember was so much fun with our family. I remember going up to the house on the St. Lawrence river and just enjoying the time spent with family. He was so much a part of our family growing up and I am so sad he is not here any longer. We will try and take care of your two last sisters in your absence. I know how much you all loved each other. Again I’m so sad and so sorry aunt Lil. We will pray for you in the days ahead. Love you all.
Nancy Hess posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 1, 2020Dear Aunt Lil, Robin and Arnie: What an incredible loss to the Larock Family. This guy will will be truly missed by us. He had a wonderful, witty sense of humor and his smile was a telltale sign that he was up to mischief. Both you and Uncle Arnold set the bar of an example of what love is between a husband and a wife; showing thoughtfulness and caring to and for each other. Growing up to us nine LaFaver children, you were always kind. Mom and Dad didn't take us to too many places, but I do remember going to your house on the Lee Road. I was always in awe of how many toys Robin and Arnie had. Mom and Dad enjoyed your company and they talked from time-to-time of how much fun they had with you and Uncle Arnold when you went to WV. I appreciated both of you visiting mom when she was in the Adult Home and Nursing Home. She especially enjoyed the donut treats. I have Mom's photo album and there are some pics of you and Uncle Arnold that shows a young man and young woman in love - a love that continues today and will forever. Aunt Lil, I will miss Uncle Arnold. I love and appreciate you. I hope you, Robin and Arnie will find comfort in the days ahead knowing you are in the thoughts and prayers of those who love you and your family. Nancy
MaryChris jones posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019Krista and family, So sorry to hear about your grandfather. I am sure he realized how much you all loved him. May he Rest In Peace.
Chuck LaFaver posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019I have so many good memories of my Uncle Arny and my Aunt Lil. They had the tire swing and cool kids Robin and Arnie. I remember trying to walk up the ramp into their house in the Berg, and being too scared to negotiate it. Uncle Arnold was always the even keeled guy, I never heard him hollar, who spoke respectfully of everyone. He seemed to be the man that would live forever, they both always looked the same and never seemed to age. My Aunt Lil will forever be at the top of my best favorite aunt list. Arnie was a good golfer, taught me to hit straight and not worry how far. Good life advice. Thanks Uncle Arnold and Aunt Lil for the life memories, those I will never forget.
Barbara & Marianne Michael posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019We send prayers for strength in this most difficult time. It is our honor and pleasure to call him friend.
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Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Allen LaFaver posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019Dear Aunt Lil, Robin, Arnie and family, What a shock to hear that Uncle Arnold is gone. He was a great man and such a great part of memories for decades. The first time I was ever in a boat was with him in the middle of the St. Lawrence and wondering if I would ever survive the trip. We were fishing and here comes this big ship under the bridge and for a 10 year old it looked bigger than the Titanic! It seemed like it passed by so close I could see the names of the crew written on their shirts. When the waves finally hit our boat, I thought that was it! Uncle Arnold never flinched but just steered the boat into the waves and laughed it off! We didn’t see a lot of you folks after we moved away but anytime we did it was always a great time together! Laurie and my prayers are with you and our hearts hurt for you and your wonderful family. May God’s peace be your greatest strength. He is close to the broken hearted. We love you! Allen and Laurie LaFaver
Darlene Moore posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019May all your memories help in this time of your Sorrow. Mrs LaRock, Robin Arnie, Tyler and the rest of the family we are truly sorry for your loss. He was a great man. God Bless. Joe and Darlene
Tim Durand posted a condolence
Tuesday, December 31, 2019ROBIN sorry to hear about your Dad's passing thoughts and prayers to you and family xx
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Tuesday, December 31, 2019
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Ogdensburg, NY 13669
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Tupper Lake, NY 12986
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Harrisville, NY 13648