Dear Larry, Dad, Grandpa:
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
It's been 13 years since you left us but your memory will always live on in our hearts.
Wish you could see your grown-up grandchildren now and meet your two great granddaughters, who will have to get to know you through the many stories told by your family, friends and students.
We feel you are with us on so many occasions. You are our handsome guardian angel, always looking over us.
You are never forgotten and will be forever loved. ~Maureen
Funny how I can still so easily be moved to tears, even after so long. I heard a new one the other day: "Grief is just Love with nowhere to go." That makes sense. We sure had love, even if we didn't say it every day.
Annie and I took baby Adira to meet your mom the other day. Grandma is turning 98 in February. We are so proud to celebrate our 5 generations. I know you would be proud too.
Your great granddaughter Leti seems to have your smile - I often see it flash across her face.
I find myself repeating your silly sayings (many unfit for public consumption) and wondering how you would fare in this pandemic situation. I'm sure you would be ok with the isolation bit - you often said you weren't very fond of most people anyway! Hah.
I miss you, Dad. I had a visit from a cardinal last week - the first one in about a year. When I posted your photo online, with the anniversary of your passing, someone said, "There's your cardinal." I like to think you are somehow aware of us. We are certainly aware of you. ~ Dee.
I miss you, Dad. But I dream, and I often wake up with the knowledge that I have received a visit from you. I know this is special, because not everyone gets a visit, or remembers the details.
I treasure these visits. They are little flashes of a life we shared.
Also, in April we welcomed a new member to our family. He shares your birthday, and your name, I take much pleasure getting calls from the vet about Larry Leeson. ~ Cath.
We love you. We remember you. We celebrate the time we shared and the influence you had on our lives.
Larry Leeson was here in physical form from September 4, 1941 to January 14, 2008.
His presence lingers around his loved ones.
Posted by Diana Leeson Fisher at 4:37 PM