Larry Eddy Tucker

January 18, 1942June 11, 2019

Larry Eddy Tucker was born on January 18, 1942 in Montreal, Quebec and passed away on June 11, 2019 in Hillsboro Beach, Florida.


  • American Heart Association
  • American Cancer Society


  • Funeral Service Friday, June 14, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, June 14, 2019


Larry Eddy Tucker

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Marilyn Berger

June 16, 2019

So saddened by the sudden passing of my cousin. Gone far too young. My heartfelt sympathy to Carole and Goldie and hope good memories will help you during this sad time . Rest In Peace dear Larry

Eric /Norma Feldman Family

June 15, 2019

Dear Carole, and Tucker Family,
My Mom and I and our whole Feldman Family would like to offer our most sincere & heartfelt condolences. This news was a real shocker.
Larry will truly be missed. We were so
grateful to see each other at the Family Reunion. Larry’s greatest sense of humor
and sense of kindness was a true quality that he possessed. Always had a great laugh with Larry! He knew how to make a persons day! You can see it in his eyes that he was a true family man. He loved talking about the the Family especially the ones who were no longer here. He was a true gentleman!
I know Larry will be a void in everyone’s lives but he will never be forgotten.
RIP! Larry
Again , Our most sincere condolences!
Love , Eric Feldman / Norma Feldman & Family

Michael Gorodensky

June 14, 2019

Dear Carole,

I was very sorry and shocked to learn that Larry had passed away. During the past winters in Florida Steve Silver, Larry and I managed to get out to lunch at least once during the season. He always had great stories to tell and we spent most of those lunches laughing. Please accept my sincere sympathies.

Mike Gorodensky

Sherrill Levine

June 13, 2019

To Gerry & the entire extended family
I was devastated to learn of the sudden tragic passing of your dearly beloved brother, friend and so much more.
My heart breaks for you at this sudden loss and I cannot even imagine how you are doing. What a shock!
Please try to be strong as he would have wanted that. I do know how hard this time now is for you and I hope you know of no more sorrow.
Everyone loved Larry and he will be deeply missed by so many.
Please accept my condolences at this most difficult time. My thoughts are with you and yours.
Know that he will always walk beside you from afar and watch over you.
These next few days and even months to come will be beyond difficult. Remember all the good times you shared and what a devoted brother you had. Not all of us are ever that lucky!
He was a one in a million VERY SPECIAL GUY. You know that.
Stay well be strong as you can. It’s always OK to scream and cry
at times like this!
Again, I am so sorry I am having difficulty finding the right words cause there really aren’t any. Baruch Dayan h’ayemet.
May Hashem watch over you and yours.
Sadly and sincerely, SHER