Lawrence Sformo

Lawrence Sformo

    Larry passed away at home from Pancreatic cancer on Dec. 18, 2011.  We will miss him.

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12/19/11 11:17 AM #1    

Lawrence Muscarella

I can really call Larry a "true friend", who I had the honor of knowing and spending my formative years with.. I will miss his wit & especially his humor. I will always remember our years playing Little League & high school baseball together and especially our time spent at McNeese & CCC.

May He Rest In Peace --- Larry Muscarella

12/20/11 04:23 PM #2    

Cynthia Levins (Hillman)

I am so sorry to learn of Larry's passing. He was a really good guy. I am glad I knew him.

Cynthia Levins Hillman

12/22/11 08:21 AM #3    

Helen Raymond (Nichols)

I was in school with Larry from kindergarden until gaduation.  He was a geat peron back then and never changed.  Rest in peace.   Helen Raymond Nicols

12/23/11 01:37 PM #4    

Paul Huff

Larry Sformo:  12/11/1941 - 12/18/2011                                                                                                                  The following in formation was obtained from the full obituary in the Batavia Daily News.

    Larry attended McNeese State College on a partial baseball scholarship and received his BA and MS degrees from Brockport State and also his Certification of Superintendency.  He was an educator at Oakfield, Batavia, Pavilion, Pembroke and Medaille College and was striving to establish a school in Buffalo for the underrepresented children.  Survivors include his wife Linda of 48 years, 4 children, 1 brother; 6 sisters, 6 grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

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01/02/12 02:33 PM #5    

Linda Plowe (Wilkins)

I also knew Larry from grade school on and he one great guy--who loved to tease! Because I lived in the country, he always called me Farmer! This was in addition to Skip Plath who came up with Sammy! Larry's family started a hot dog stand a short way from where I lived so came to see him often there also. A nice guy passed way too soon. RIP Larry.

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