D'Elia Funeral Home

Route 70 & Vermont Avenue, Lakewood, NJ


Laurence Richard Muldoon

April 23, 1946August 21, 2019

Laurence Richard Muldoon, "Larry", age 73, of Lakewood, NJ passed away on Wednesday August 21, 2019 at the Ocean Medical Center in Brick, NJ . Larry was born in New York, NY and he was the son of the late Veronica (Slevin) and Edward P. Muldoon, Sr. Larry served in the US Army. He was a retired New York State Supreme Court Officer. Larry was a photography enthusiast and an avid gardener.

Brother of the late Arthur J. Muldoon, he is survived by his brother Edward P. Muldoon with whom he resided.

Visitation will be Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the D'Elia Funeral Home, 1300 Vermont Ave., Lakewood, NJ 08701. His funeral Mass will be celebrated 9:15 a.m. Saturday in St. Luke Roman Catholic Church, 1674 Old Freehold Road, Toms River, NJ 08755. Interment will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, 340 Ridge Road, North Arlington, NJ 07031

Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105 or by visiting www.stjude.org or to Wounded Warrior Project by mailing a donation in memory of Laurence Muldoon to Wounded Warrior Project, 4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300 Jacksonville, FL 32256 or by visiting www.woundedwarriorproject.org

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.DEliaFuneralHome.com for the Muldoon family.


  • Visitation Friday, August 23, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, August 24, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, August 24, 2019


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Carolyn Brown-Johnson

August 24, 2019

Larry Muldoon, was one of the nicest guy that I have ever met, as a Christian myself we would always talk about how great God is and all the good things that He had done for us. I know that he's with God now, forever! My Deepest Sympathy to his family, may God be with you all forever!!

Grace Alston

August 23, 2019

Larry was indeed a sweet and kind-hearted soul. I will never forget him. Larry was special and was very thoughtful; always giving; always pleasant with a smile. He continuously made me laugh and he made our work place so enjoyable to come to. I used to get such a kick on how he would demonstrate his impersonations of certain people, that may have left a huge impression on most of us at work, and he would have us all laughing our hearts out😊 He also had this distinct laughter that went so well with his character.
To the family, please accept my sincerest, warmest, and deepest sympathy. It was an honor and a blessing to know Larry and I will miss him dearly. May God give you peace, comfort, and strength through the days ahead.
Grace Alston

Joseph Parris

August 23, 2019

Larry had a great heart was so nice to work with , the consummate professional. There were a lot of good times with Larry , always had a smile and a great sense of humor. You will be missed but always remembered. May Jesus guide you and protect you.

Joe P.

Pearl Hampton

August 23, 2019

Larry was truly a gift to the New York County Jurors Division. Deeply rooted in his faith, Larry's respectful, easy manner in connecting with each person he met, translated into outstanding professionalism which exemplified the core spirit of our Juror's Division.

Thank you, Larry. I could always count upon you to be a faithful calm in the midst of any adverse situation involving our workplace. You were my peer confidant; you are my Hero and you are my Brother-in-Christ. I shall forever keep thoughts of you near. And may flights of Angels sing thee to thy Rest-in-Peace.

To Edward, my heartfelt condolences.

Pearl Hampton,
(former) Deputy County Clerk, Division of Jurors

Joseph D’Auria

August 23, 2019

Larry was a very nice man. I knew him from working at the NY County Clerk. May he Rest In Peace. God Rest his soul. He took good care of his sick brother. He was a Facebook friend until recently. Very religious. Will miss his postings on Face book.

Ariadne Sigault

August 22, 2019

Larry was a true gentleman. He loved the Lord, his family and The Supremes. He had incredible faith and we are certain he is resting peacefully with our Lord and Savior. My husband Mike and I met Larry in the Juror’s Division at 60 Centre Street. I always loved when the people from Chinatown would come in and be totally surprised when our tall, Irish, silver haired officer would start speaking to them in Chinese. It always brought a smile to my face. I also remember how Larry would bring in Irish soda bread every St. Patrick’s Day. He bought the best Christmas gifts too. I still have a scarf he gave me 15 years ago! As to his love of photography, in our living room sits a beautifully framed wedding photo that he took of us in 2015. When I and then my mom went through chemotherapy, he would send us messages of faith to provide us with strength and support. Our deepest condolences to Edward and the many people whose lives he touched . Say hi to Mom for us Larry.

Carol Gerena

August 22, 2019

So sorry for your loss of Larry. I met him at Renee’s home several years ago and he was such a pleasant man.