OBITUARY

Lawrence Grover Brayall III

February 26, 1971October 3, 2021

Auburn, ME – Lawrence G. “Larry” Brayall III, 50, of Auburn passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, October 3, 2021 at his home.

He was born in Dexter, ME on February 26, 1971 a son of Lawrence G. Brayall of Dover-Foxcroft, ME and Cheryl A. Braley of Troy, ME. He grew up in Corinna, ME attending local area schools.

Larry’s last job was working for Complete Labor and Staffing in Lewiston, ME. He was a very outgoing person, who made friends easily. He loved his family and would always be there when help was needed.

Besides his parents, he is survived by his brother David Brayall of Auburn and his sister Christina Brailey of Turner. He also leaves behind six nieces and one nephew.

A private Celebration of Life will be held in the future.

Please visit www.AdvantagePortland.com to sign Larry’s guestbook and leave memories and condolences for the family.

Services

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Glenna Burton

October 11, 2021

The last time I saw Larry was at a family reunion when we celebrated what would have been our mother's 100th birthday. I was very happy that he came. It was the one time in the year I got to see allot of my nieces and nephews. Our family has been hit hard in the loss of young family members belonging to siblings or in-laws. We all share in the sorrow of the loss of another young man from our family. My prayers go out for the heartbreaking loss this is for Larry's father and mother, his brother David and sister Christina.

Lawrence Brayall

October 10, 2021

Larry, You were taken way to soon. When we lived in Corinna our first home . You cut a whole in the upstairs back room wall. Guess you wanted a short cut to the upstairs of the barn. I was so upset with you.
David and I had our last laugh with you this summer. Your Dad acting out as always pretending to be farting. You thought it was real but still laughing about it.
You will be missed. The next time we meet will be tears of joy. Love You Dad

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY