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Larraine and I were friends in the same NY building for about 35 years. She was never shy with her opinions; she LOVED the Red Sox and loved the Mets, tennis, and crime books (Michael Connelly and Lee Child were among her favorite authors.) She was fiercely independent and loyal. She had a network of friends who traded jokes and comments daily. I miss her every day!


Posted by: Jill Blauner - New York, NY - Friend   Jun 20, 2021

Larraine and I met in our 20's in Boston and clicked immediately. We both loved football, especially the NY Giants and we would take turns hosting every Sunday foot ball parties. Those parties grew. Too soon she moved to NYC but we continued our friendship. I spoke with her in the early spring and she sounded upbeat, as always, and not at all depressed by the lockdown. You had grit girl. RIP


Posted by: Jane Pimental - Plymouth - Friend   Jun 18, 2021

Although Larraine and I were born only ten days apart, I always considered her far more sophisticated than I could ever hope to be. At least, that's how it seemed to me when I first met her, at the age of fifteen, in the Boston department store where we both had summer jobs. All these years later, that still seems true. We'd never been out of touch, especially once she moved to New York, but my fondest memory of her

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Posted by: Marilyn Stasio - New York, NY - Friend   Jun 17, 2021

My aunt and God mother! A great lady, did life her way! I'll miss her!


Posted by: Dawn Murphy ( Gayzagian) - Avon, CT - Family   Jun 16, 2021