Cressman, Lawrence Albert "Larry"
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Cressman, Lawrence Albert “Larry”

Passed away on Sunday, April 5, 2020 at Grand River Hospital, Kitchener, at the age of 77. Beloved husband of Mary (Gunn) Cressman of Linwood. Dear father of Todd (Joy) Cressman of Linwood, Tim (Margie) Cressman of Linwood, and Lisa (Paul) Kraemer of Listowel. Loving grandfather of Tyler, Brittany, Ashley, Kristen, Jenna, Mitchel, Rodney, Wesley, and Nicholas. Grandpa Gigi will be missed by Peyton and Jase. Larry worked as a millwright at Seagram’s in Waterloo until his retirement. A private family graveside service was held at St. Peter’s Lutheran Cemetery, Linwood. The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to Dr. Norris and the nurses from CarePartners. As expressions of sympathy, donations to St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Linwood, would be appreciated.
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  1. Larry you were very loved, and a great person in my life. Whether it was us on a Saturday night in Linwood, or a Saturday night that the Cressman clan came to Wallenstein to play cards while the kids built haunted houses upstairs. It may have been scaring Mary with bears by the washline in a campsite in algonquin or our 2 families playing on the glacier at Columbia Ice fields or watching the rodeo at the Calgary Stampede in 1976. You were, and always were my Dads BEST FRIEND. Like he tells everyone… I’ve known Larry since before he was born. You were Dads best friend, but ALWAYS a great friend to me as well. You were a great person, a great friend and very much loved. I’m so glad that you were a part of my life, and I’m really, really going to miss you. Until we meet up yonder, you will be in my heart and my memories, I’ll see you then. Thanks for everything. Bye for now.

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