Larry Ronald Harrold Sr.

February 11, 1935March 5, 2019

On March 5, 2019, Larry Ronald Harrold, Sr. peacefully passed away. He was the beloved husband of the late Evelyn Marie Harrold (nee Calvert); devoted father of Larry Ronald Harrold, Jr. and his wife Kathleen, Karen L. McSharry and her husband Brian and Michele A. Kuchera; loving grandfather of Joseph Harrold, Leighann Lauercade, Nicole Eraso, Connor McSharry, Jessica Burdick and Curtis Kuchera; cherished great-grandfather of Morgan Lauercade, Kaitlyn Harrold, Alexis Ramsey, Kendall Harrold, Vincent and Caden Burdick; dear brother of Eileen King.

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Larry Ronald Harrold Sr.

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March 8, 2019

I have very fond memories of Larry, since being transferred from Western Traffic as a young Patrolman to the "ESSEX BATTLEGROUND" under Sergeant Larry's Shift in 1966 . My first morning assignment was to "Back-Up" Cpl. Jerry Ortt or Officer Bernie Saunders in recovering Coffees from the Double TT diner on Pulasky Highway (at Police Price) for the entire shift before Roll Call ! I last saw Him at his Bicycle Shop in Bainbridge, still "spinning Wheels" ! I always had the greatest regards For Larry, not only for His professional work ethics but his personal care and love for each man he worked with, and everyone he came in contact with. I pray that his Character and family Leadership will continue into the Generations to come. I am deeply sorry for Your Loss, However We who have asked Jesus Christ to be our Lord and Savior have that Living Hope that we will be united with Him at a later time! Retired Sergeant Rich HILBERT

Kenneth Snyder

March 7, 2019

Larry always had a smile. The photo tells it all. And he did in fact love working at the bike shop. R.I.P Buddy.

John L. Grumbach

March 7, 2019

Worked with Larry a various times through the years. Larry was a great guy, he was fun to be with. Larry always had an outlook that would be on the light side of life. He didn't like some of the grotesque calls he went on and took them seriously. He was also at home working at the bike shop in Baynesville, a job he seemed to really like & was good at. Larry will be missed by all who knew him, he was truly one of the "good guys".