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Laurence Marc Convoy

June 1, 1953February 3, 2020

Larry Marc Convoy was born on June 1st, 1953 in Valley Stream Long Island, New York to Doris and Stanley Convoy. He attended Valley Stream North High School where he lettered in Basketball and Baseball. Larry went on to graduate from University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a degree in Communication Studies and was known as the play by play analyst for the UMASS men’s basketball team. Larry then moved west to Southern California where he met his wife of 38 years, Debbie Brown Convoy, at the Oakwoods apartments in Toluca Lake. Larry and Debbie went on to settle in the San Fernando Valley and raised three daughters, Jenna, Katie, and Lindsey. Larry spent 36 years at Credit Managers Association but most of all was a loving and involved father and husband. He was a beloved coach of A.Y.S.O soccer, and would often be found running the scoreboard at Chaminade High School boys and girls basketball and football games. Larry was known to be an expert at all things sports and taught his daughters everything he knew. He was a lifelong Yankee fan and he and Debbie spent their free time enjoying country music concerts and winning big at the slot machines. Larry is survived by his wife Debbie, and his daughters Jenna, Katie and Lindsey.


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Patrick Spargur

February 17, 2020

I was saddened to hear the news of Larry's passing. We worked together for a few years and were in the credit industry for many years together. Larry was a wealth of knowledge, a true professional that knew his trade and what was important to his peers. I always enjoyed reading Larry's credit industry articles as I am sure many others did as well. I will remember Larry fondly. My deepest condolences to his family.

Rick Carbone

February 10, 2020

Dear Debbie and Family. So many great memories from our University of Massachusetts days together as floor mates on the 7th floor of our JFK dorm 1973-74. Talking sports, listening to music, playing cribbage, meals at the dining common. Larry was so funny and easygoing. As a Bostonian my one really great New York, Long Island Friend!! We kept in touch over 40 years!! Over the phone and in person always smiling and laughing about the Yankees and Red Sox. All my love and prayers to Debbie, Jenna, Katie, and Lindsey. As a Dad of two daughters. Family First. Love You. Rick Carbone UMASS class 1974

Debbie King

February 8, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss of such a great husband and father. Although I never got to meet Larry, if even a fraction of what you’ve said about him is true he was a wonderful man. You have my deepest condolences. 😥💙😔

Sue Beuttenmueller Steiner

February 6, 2020

Larry was a good guy, someone with a great sense of humor, and a good heart. I remember cheering for him at basketball games. RIP.

Dave Hall

February 6, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with Debbie and her daughters and Larry's family..

Ellen Oster

February 6, 2020

Condolences to Larry's Family.
Thought this would bring a smile, Mrs. Winfield's kindergarten class of 1959.

Rich Basirico

February 6, 2020

Sorry to hear about the passing of Larry.
I have not spoken to Larry since high school but I do remember him as a terrific teammate in both baseball and basketball. Larry was a team player and had an outstanding attitude. He was very supportive of all his teammates.
Not surprised he was so active in athletics.


Joel Messing

February 5, 2020

Larry had a luminous sense of humor and great human warmth and empathy. His decency, generosity, kindness, and modesty touched many lives and left a legacy of high character for his family and friends. May memories of Larry, of his goodness, and of his love for his family and friends forever illuminate the paths of all whose lives he touched.

Rick Combs

February 5, 2020

My sincerest condolences to the Debbie and her daughters and Larrys family. Words cannot describe a loss of a Husband, father, son . I never had the pleasure of meeting him in person but it appears that he enjoyed life and his family..

Alan Cohen

February 5, 2020

One of my earliest memories is from 1953 when Larry's brother called across the street to me and said "My mother just had a baby. I have a brother." We lived for sports, and Larry played daily with the older kids in the neighborhood. In recent years we spoke on the phone about his beloved Yankees, country music, politics, his wonderful family that he treasured so much, and health issues. I hope that heaven needs a good play-by-play announcer, because you are getting the best.