Larry W. Black

Larry W. Black

Larry W. Black, 64, of Hopewell Twp., passed away unexpectedly on Sunday March 21, 2021 in his home.  He was born in Rochester on August 25, 1956 the son of the late Milton and Carole Black.  He was a Jack of all Trades working many years in construction.  Larry’s sense of humor was second to none, always living life to the fullest and loving his family.  He enjoyed photography, riding his motorcycles, and collecting guns and knives.  He was a lover of music, especially Lou Reed and Frank Zappa. He is survived by his two beloved daughters: Samantha Black, Atlanta, GA and Jessie Black, Boulder, CO; three siblings: Karen Black, William (Brenda Socia) Black and Kim (D.C.) Evans; numerous nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews and many great friends.  He is also survived by Moe, his dog and best friend, and brother-from-another-mother, Terry Constantine (Byner). As per his wish, all services are private.  Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association at diabetes.org.

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  1. Larry was my friend of many years , a good of friend as any girl could ask for. I have chronic autoimmune illness, and Larry always made sure he called me every day to see if I was OK. He always made me laugh, even if I didn’t feel well. He brought sunshine into my life, was SO KIND, with a heart of Gold. I was Blessed to call him my friend. I last spoke with him when he was going to pick his daughter up from the airport from Denver. He was so excited to take a family drive to Lake Erie. I hope and pray he got to go. I never got the chance to tell him how much his friendship meant to me. He was such a good person and I will sorely miss him.
    Karen, you and I spoke together before. Could you please call me sometime. It would really mean a lot to me. Please.
    Chris 412-225-2685

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