Lawrence Foca

March 23, 1948October 15, 2021

On Friday, October 15th, 2021, Lawrence Foca, loving son, brother and father passed away at the age of 73. Larry was born in Jersey City, NJ on March 23, 1948 and started, immediately, to make those around him laugh and smile. He was preceded in death by his mother, Edna, his nephew, John and his aunts and uncle. He is survived by his daughter, Lorri, her husband, Bill, his granddaughter, Autumn and his brothers John and Roger and his wife Yvonne, his nieces Janette and Jessie and nephew, Jason and many cousins. Family and friends were so important to him. He enjoyed a special closeness with his brothers, daughter and dearest friends. Larry had a sense of humor like no other. If you knew him, then he surely made you laugh. He had a heart of gold and was always there to help anyone in need. Motorcycles, fast cars, trucking and music were some of his greatest passions. Please join us in celebrating his life on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021 from 3pm-7pm at The Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 3010 Ridgeway Rd in Manchester Township, NJ 08759. Condolences and tributes to the family can be left on this website


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 20, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, October 21, 2021


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Dave gutholm and faith delpozo Delpozo

October 25, 2021

We always hung out with him at the wawa in Manchester on our motorcycle. He was a very friendly guy always made you laugh even when you was feeling down. He had a great
sense of humor. He will be deeply missed. Hopefully he is riding in heaven with the others.

Deborah Reed

October 19, 2021

My deepest sympathies and prayers for his family and friends. From what I have heard from my mother (his friend Peggy), Larry lived life to its fullest. One thing she told me is a comment he had said in regards to singing karaoke…. Don’t hold back! Let it out and sing from your lungs. That is the what I imagine his philosophy on life was as well. To Live, Laugh and Love. God Bless!!

Robert Kappmeier

October 19, 2021

Loving memory to my nephew Larry who was more of a brother. I’ll miss our late night chats and your never ending loving smile. You brought peace a joy to all who knew you. You will be missed.
Rest In Peace, Uncle Bob

Kathleen Dowdy

October 18, 2021

My uncle was a man that had smiles to brighten your day, who always made you feel good with his warm words of praise. (He had many for me especially while I was growing up). My uncle always had good stories to tell, but just as important he was a good listener. He was funny, patient and kind. The days, weeks and months ahead will never be the same because beyond words he can never be replaced. The void cannot be filled-and though someday the grief may fade, I know I have been blessed to have been one who’s life he touched and never left. The uncle I love remains with me. The memories will never fade, he will never be more then a thought apart and as long as I have that he will live forever in my heart. I’ll love you always Uncle Larry. ❤️

Stanley B. SR

October 17, 2021

I was the last person to shake Larrys hand before he left us on that evening. His smile and easy personality along with his friendship will be missed.

My God Bless You In Heaven Buddy!

Candee Dedmond Marrone

October 16, 2021

Sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Larry. In our younger years I would enjoy the happy occasions to see Larry visiting his Mom Edna in Union City. I was fortunate and happy for Larry to always have a smile and a cheery greeting for me. My prayers will be for all during this time of sadness for peace, love, and fond memories to be with all.
🙏🕊🌿 Sincerely, Candee

Karen Sheahan

October 16, 2021

His smile, his spontaneous response, his heart so big he often tripped over it. He was free on the open road…no matter where it led.
So many years. So many stories.
I will surely miss the early morning wake up calls and the late night video chats because HE couldn’t sleep. A day or a year….never mattered…it was always as if there was no lost time.
“Let the wind sore you to freedom. May the people you love meet you with open arms. May your final peace comfort you for all eternity, and may you know how much you were loved.”
Good bye my dear friend. ❤️💔❤️