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Larry ANDERSON

Larry Anderson, aged 73, peacefully passed away at St. Catharines General Hospital on Sunday, October 15. He had been battling Acute Leukemia Cancer. Larry is survived by his loving partner of 4 years, Janie Griffiths, who provided unwavering care and support during his illness. His parents, Clifford (Cap) Anderson (1962) and Stella Mae Anderson (Hatt/Reckin) (2006), predeceased him. He is also predeceased by his sister Shirley Costello (2007) and brothers-in-law Brian Costello (2002) and Wayne Hepburn (2021). Larry leaves behind his beloved sister Patricia (Pat) Hepburn from Wiarton. He is fondly remembered as the dear uncle of Stephen Costello and his wife Sandy from Ottawa, Stephanie Casemore and her husband Dave from Napanee, and Timothy (Timo) Driedger from Las Vegas, who connected with the family only 7 years ago, sharing Larry’s passion for golf. Larry will be greatly missed by his great-nieces, Graeme Casemore and Elizabeth Casemore from Napanee. Additionally, Larry is remembered by his special aunt Sheila Hatt from Owen Sound and numerous cousins across various locations. The family expresses special gratitude to the dedicated doctors, nurses, and caregivers on Floor 3-B of St. Catharines Hospital for their exceptional care. Larry, born on November 19, 1949, grew up in Wiarton, Ontario. He relocated to St. Catharines at the age of 12, accompanied by his mother, with the promise of being able to play golf. From that time on, Larry found immense joy in golfing every day. He had a remarkable skill in the sport and continued to play until a month ago. A Celebration of Life for Larry Anderson will be held on Sunday, November 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 17 in Thorold. An interment is planned for spring in Wiarton, Ontario, with the presence of family and friends. The family suggests donations to the Canadian Cancer Society in memory of Larry and these can be made through Haine Funeral Home & Chapel, located at 26 Ormond Street South in Thorold.

Larry Anderson, aged 73, peacefully passed away at St. Catharines General Hospital on Sunday, October 15. He had been battling Acute Leukemia Cancer. Larry is survived by his loving partner of 4 years, Janie Griffiths, who provided unwavering care and support during his illness. His parents, Clifford (Cap) Anderson (1962) and Stella Mae Anderson (Hatt/Reckin) (2006), predeceased him. He is also predeceased by his sister Shirley Costello (2007) and brothers-in-law Brian Costello (2002) and Wayne Hepburn (2021). Larry leaves behind his beloved sister Patricia (Pat) Hepburn from Wiarton. He is fondly remembered as the dear uncle of Stephen Costello and his wife Sandy from Ottawa, Stephanie Casemore and her husband Dave from Napanee, and Timothy (Timo) Driedger from Las Vegas, who connected with the family only 7 years ago, sharing Larry’s passion for golf. Larry will be greatly missed by his great-nieces, Graeme Casemore and Elizabeth Casemore from Napanee. Additionally, Larry is remembered by his special aunt Sheila Hatt from Owen Sound and numerous cousins across various locations. The family expresses special gratitude to the dedicated doctors, nurses, and caregivers on Floor 3-B of St. Catharines Hospital for their exceptional care. Larry, born on November 19, 1949, grew up in Wiarton, Ontario. He relocated to St. Catharines at the age of 12, accompanied by his mother, with the promise of being able to play golf. From that time on, Larry found immense joy in golfing every day. He had a remarkable skill in the sport and continued to play until a month ago. A Celebration of Life for Larry Anderson will be held on Sunday, November 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 17 in Thorold. An interment is planned for spring in Wiarton, Ontario, with the presence of family and friends. The family suggests donations to the Canadian Cancer Society in memory of Larry and these can be made through Haine Funeral Home & Chapel, located at 26 Ormond Street South in Thorold.

Larry Anderson, aged 73, peacefully passed away at St. Catharines General Hospital on Sunday, October 15, following a brief battle with Acute Leukemia Cancer. He will always be remembered by his devoted partner, Janie Griffiths, who provided exceptional care and support throughout his illness. Larry’s parents, Clifford (Cap) Anderson (1962) and Stella Mae Anderson (Hatt/Reckin) (2006), preceded him in death. Larry is survived by his cherished sister, Patricia (Pat) Hepburn from Wiarton, and dearly missed his sister Shirley Costello (2007) and brothers-in-law Brian Costello (2002) and Wayne Hepburn (2021). Larry was an extraordinary uncle to Stephen Costello and his wife Sandy from Ottawa, Stephanie Casemore and her husband Dave from Napanee, and Timothy (Timo) Driedger from Las Vegas. The family rejoiced in welcoming Timo, a passionate golfer, into their lives just seven years ago. Larry held a special place in his heart for his great-nephews, Graeme Casemore and Elizabeth Casemore from Napanee. Larry also shared a deep bond with his aunt Sheila Hatt from Owen Sound and had numerous beloved cousins scattered across various locations. The family extends sincere appreciation to the medical staff and caregivers on Floor 3-B at St. Catharines Hospital for their outstanding care and dedication to Larry’s well-being. Born on November 19, 1949, in Wiarton, Ontario, Larry moved to St. Catharines at the age of 12 with his mother, enticed by the opportunity to pursue his love of golf. From that point forward, Larry played golf daily, showcasing remarkable skill and enthusiasm for the sport. Only a month ago, he was still able to indulge in the game he adored. A Celebration of Life in honor of Larry Anderson will be held on Sunday, November 5, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 17 in Thorold. The family plans to inter Larry’s remains in Wiarton, Ontario, alongside his loved ones, during the spring. In memory of Larry, the family kindly requests donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. Contributions can be made through the Haine Funeral Home & Chapel, located at 26 Ormond Street South in Thorold.

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