October 3, 1942 – June 21, 2018
Larry Dalton, recognized as a world authority of rare antique clocks died from complications of ALS at his home on June 21, 2018 at the age of 75.
Growing up in Wichita Kansas, Larry graduated with honors from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles before moving to NYC, and becoming in quick succession, Art Director, Creative Director and Vice President of J. Walter Thompson. Directing creative for major accounts such as Kodak & Goodyear, Larry's work was recognized by many industry awards including CLIO AWARDS 100 Best Commercials.
Loved for his intellect, grace and humor, Larry was a natural athlete excelling in golf, tennis, and paddle. He is survived by his wife, Bella, daughter, Amanda and sister, Carol Spencer as well as a large community of loyal friends who will miss him dearly.
A Memorial Celebration for Larry will be held at Fox Meadow Tennis Club, Sunday, June 24th, at 2PM.
- Memorial Celebration Sunday, June 24, 2018
November 22, 2018
I always enjoyed learning about Clocks from Larry at the many antique shows i met him and Bella at. He will be missed. By all.
July 8, 2018
dear Bella and family,
I saw that Larry has been passed away. I am glad that I have met him often, also when he was already ill. It was always a pleasure!
I hope that you will be very strong in this difficult period.
much greetings from Holland,
July 2, 2018
Larry and I were friends since middle school. I was in the 9th grade and he was in the 8th. We were both 5' 4" tall and could high jump 5' 6" so we both qualified to represent our school at the city meet, however they would only take one participant from each school. I was older so I got the opportunity, however my doctor would not sign a release for me to go since I had broken my collar bone earlier in the season. Larry went to the meet instead. I don't recall how he did in that meet, but I know how his high jump career turned out. He grew to 6' 4" and went to WSU on a track scholarship. I think his all time best was about 6' 10" at a time when the world record was just over 7'. I grew to 5' 6" and never jumped higher. After decades Larry ended up in NY and I in NJ so we rekindled our competition on the tennis courts and golf courses. Such a great guy, I loved him, we'll all miss him until we see him again. Ron Morris
June 23, 2018
LARRY WAS A BEAUTIFUL MAN INSIDE AND OUT. HE WILL BE MISSED DEARLY. LARRY WOULD GIVE HIS SHIRT OFF HIS BACK FOR ANYONE WHO WAS IN NEED.
LARRY, MAY YOU REST IN PEACE. BELLA, YOU HAVE A GUARDIAN ANGEL WHO WILL ALWAYS LOOK OUT FOR YOU. GOD BLESS THE DALTON FAMILY AND BELLA. AM IN TEXAS NOW, SO I WON'T BE ABLE TO ATTEND . SO SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. GOD BLESS, BOBBY