OBITUARY

Larry Mark LEVINRAD

July 3, 1958January 11, 2021

Larry Mark Levinrad, 62, of Germantown, Maryland died January 11, 2021 from complications with COVID-19. Larry is predeceased by his parents, Andrew Levinrad and Helen (Tranen) Levinrad. He is survived by his sister, Marcia Taylor of Cape Coral, Florida and his brother, Alan Levinrad (Stacy) of California, Maryland and two nieces, Andrea and Robyn Taylor and many cousins. Larry grew up in Wheaton, Maryland and graduated from Wheaton High School in 1977.

A private interment will be held at King David Memorial Gardens on Thursday, January 14th where Larry will rest beside his beloved Mother and Father. Donations in memory of Larry may be made by check to PDG Rehabilitation Services, 1110 Benfield Blvd., Suite B, Millersville, MD 21108. Another option is to go to www.pdgrehab.com and click on the “Donate” button.

The family will be sitting Shiva remotely. The family wishes for everyone to be safe and remember the joy of Larry’s life.

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Sybil Raiman

January 13, 2021

Although Larry and I never met in person, we've been friends for years on Dogster and Facebook, brought together by our love of dogs. We shared so many wonderful memories, especially our virtual Hanukkah celebrations. I hope he has already reunited with his beloved Jan and Lacey.

pam marshall

January 13, 2021

Larry has been my neighbor and friend for many years. He was always so friendly and pleasant to be around. My dog Harley loved him and always wanted his pets from Larry. I was so happy when he finally got Punky after trying for a long time. Me and Harley will miss you so much. You are now at peace and with your parents once again.

Jerri Williamson

January 13, 2021

I met Larry years ago through the website Dogster. Our love of dogs made for a great friendship with his Jan and Lacy and my Sophie Claire and Harley Davidson. Larry was always a light that shined no matter what in our conversations. We consoled each other on the loss of our dogs and I was so very happy when Larry was able to adopt a new baby. Godspeed good friend and I will enjoy the memories.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY