Lawrence Manuel Rocha II

August 24, 1972April 2, 2019

Lawrence M. Rocha II, 46, of Little Compton passed away unexpectedly on April 2, 2019 after a long battle with mental illness.

Born in Fall River, he was the son of Lawrence M. Rocha and Barbara Rocha (Cavaca) of Little Compton.

He is survived by his two children, a daughter Grace Camara and a son, Johnathan Camara, both of Tiverton and Shelly Camara, the mother of their beautiful children.

He has three sisters, Lisa Roies and her husband James of Tiverton, Mazelle Wood of Fall River and Tammy Needham and her husband William of Little Compton. He has many nieces and nephews.

He formerly worked on a fishing boat out of Sakonnet Point in Little Compton and as a custodian for the Tiverton School Department.

He was loved very much by all of us and will be greatly missed.

Rest in Peace Larry, the battle is over.

A Memorial Service will be held on April 20, 2019 at 1:00 at the Acoaxet Chapel 36 Howland Road Westport, MA. Please omit flowers.


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Lawrence Manuel Rocha II

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Sherri (Barboza) Feldman

April 21, 2019

I'm sorry for your lost My dearest sympathy to Family and friends.
Larry always had high hopes as he Star Dazed. Larry was one of a kind! He had more potential than he new.
A loving Heart Prayers to your Family and Moms Health.
I still feel your presence and Love your style. Your taste in music I love. I hear our songs Every Day on Radio. My eyes will always tear up with Joy and Sadness. Till one-day my gardian angel whipes my tears with the touch of his hand.
My Sympathy to all.
Great close Family! I missed your calling. You were falling inside and I couldn't catch you. Your presence I feel all around. My Smile is precious you brought that back. Till we meet again! You watch over me.
Much Love

Sherri Feldman

April 20, 2019

My Condolences to Family
Rest in Peace Till we meet again
I still feel your arms around me I'm Grateful for the time we had together
Only if you seen that new Life you had ahead for Yourself. The talent you had your thoughts. Bruce Lee my hero
Live and Let Live

Liss Pereira

April 16, 2019

I had the honor of knowing Larry while caring for his mother.
He had taken leave from work to care for his mom. He spoke how his mom and sisters stood by him through the toughest of times. He was going to stick by his mother now and he had. He loved her very much and cared for her in every way he could and happy to do it as well.

I would see many times over as he spoke about his children how much he loved them. They would come up in almost every conversation.

I have never seen a more devoted loving family in my career. Many evenings of true belly laughter was shared as other family members would visit.

The God I know is merciful. Never doubt His great love for each of us. He loves Larry and though we miss him God holds him safely forever in His loving arms.

Stephen Menard

April 7, 2019

Deepest Sympathies to the Rocha family. Rest in peace Larry.

Mike and Steve Menard

Tara Carr

April 6, 2019

A time when things were simple... He loved this environment. On the water, away from it all, and hard work! This was May 2000. I'm sure he's back there with the silence and always listening to his music... Rest easy my friend 💓

Shelly Camara

April 5, 2019

Shelly Camara

April 5, 2019

Shelly Camara

April 5, 2019