In Memory

Larry Rhodes - Class Of 1958

Larry Rhodes



 
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09/28/17 11:31 AM #1    

John Truesdell (1958)

Larry was my 1958 classmate...we spent three years together from 55 to 58.  He was always the coolest of the cool and would do anything for his friends.  Even though it's been almost 60 years since we were together, I miss the hell out of him.  Great times old friend, and we'll see you in the great beyond.

John Truesdell, Class of 58


09/29/17 06:02 AM #2    

Beth Hoffman (Saylor) (1958)

I second Johnny's comments about Larry.  Every girl in our class thought he was "Mr. Neat".  The Great Beyond is definitely going to be livened up with Larry's arrival!!   Beth


09/29/17 10:14 AM #3    

David Hohman (1957)

I remember Glenn as well as Larry.  I agree - cool dudes.  What good times we all had.


09/30/17 02:19 PM #4    

Tom Ligon (1958)

My friends Glenn and Larry were cool dudes 'way before anyone was either "cool" or a "dude."


01/29/18 06:32 AM #5    

Don J. Newell, Jr. (1958)

Larry was my Next Door(Building) FRIEND, Confidant, Chessmate, and Uplifting Petite Beauregarde Neighbor!  His "NNuff NNirds!" Humor is forever imbedded in my fondest PAHS Memories.  His passing leaves me more motivated to reunite with other Friends to celebrate Larry and those so important to the "GOOD" in our lives.  


01/30/18 11:36 AM #6    

Peter Sadow (Sadow) (1958)

Of course I knew Larry.  He was a good guy.  It is so sad to learn that so many of our classmates have passed.  I hope that many of us who remain will take the opportunity to reunite in Portland this Fall.  I know I will.


03/24/18 03:57 PM #7    

Phil Davidson (1960)

I knew Larry - a wild and wonderful guy. I last saw him in January 1963. Shortly after he was drafted into the Army and served his two years at Ft Lewis, Washinton.... Larry had a stroke a few years prior to his death that left him somewhat paralyzed.  Rest in peace ol' buddy

 

 

 


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