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My Larry passed away today.
My heart aches, but I'm happy for him and comforted because we prepared ourselves for this and because I believe there is a forever for us.
I love you so very much.
Always have and forever will.


Unknown said…

Creativity is not merely the innocent spontaneity of our youth and childhood; it must also be married to the passion of the adult human being, which is a passion to live beyond one's death.

Goodbye our friend!
Oliver Z said…
I'm just very sorry to hear this.
David Malcom said…
I'm sorry to hear about Larry. I remember him sharing with the Los Angeles Lightwave Users group years ago when I attended. I know he loved you very much. My sincere condolences to you.
Solar_ted said…
Camilla, I was greatly saddened to hear that Larry passed away. My condolences and prayers are with your and family. I'm sure your faith will carry you through this as it has over the past few years and as you said there is a forever you in the future when that time comes. Take good care of yourself in the meantime.
Ted M
Crystal said…
Camilla, I am so sorry that your Larry has passed away. It feels kind of weird and impersonal to leave you a 'comment' saying that, but I suppose I only really know you through this blog, and I couldn't read your entry, and not say something. Sending you and your family love and prayers xxx Your strength and positive outlook is inspiring. Arohanui, Crystal said…
Sorry for your loss, our loss!!!
Kind regards
Micael Nilsson
Sweden, Norrtaljje
Duane said…
Camilla - My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Unknown said…
My deepeest condolences. I worked with Larry at Netter on Max Steele and later at Foundation. Unfortunately, I never really got to know him. I regret that now after reading your blog. I've learned so much about him that I never would have guessed. Having some health problems myself I know how much a loving and caring soulmate means to one and you are obviously one of those people. Just know that you'll be with him again some day.

Don Neudecker
Dale Storer said…
I am so sorry to hear of your loss, but the loss goes greater than that. I followed his progress on your last blog as well and purchased software vids to help raise money when the call went out from Blur Studios.

Larry was one of the ninjas that gave me good advice where others did not.

All my best and prayers to you, and his family.

Dale Storer
Medford, NJ
Ryan Roye said…
I'm going to miss him too... he conferred onto me his vast knowledge of 3d production which has radically changed the way I work. I know I will never have the chance to properly thank him for his help now, so I hope I can do his teachings justice in time.

He was a mentor and friend and will always have a place in my heart and mind.
Rick Dolishny said…
Very sorry to hear the sad news.

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