Lawrence Smith

Lawrence James Smith

Sunday, March 9th, 1952 - Thursday, September 3rd, 2020
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Lawrence “Larry” James Smith, 68, passed away unexpectedly September 3, 2020, at his home in Barrington. He was the son of Donald and Marilyn (Wilbur) Smith of Barrington.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his loving wife Shawna Genest Smith; children Julie Dubel of Colorado, Christine Kendell of Barrington, NH, Jillian Langley of NY, Charles Ireland of Barrington & Brittany Evans of Georgia; grandchildren Michael & Gabriel Gonzales of Colorado and Esther & Torin McKeever of NY; siblings Evelyn Musgrove of Tenn., Eugene Smith of Concord, NH, Kenneth Smith of Barrington, NH and Donna Riley of Gloucester, MA. He enjoyed many nieces & nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
Born March 9, 1952 in Brockton, MA, Larry graduated Bristol County Agricultural School and was the founding member of the Granite State Chapter Old Truck Meet 1987 (ATHS) and later became President of the ATCA Granite State Chapter. He went on to build a life of love and laughter, full houses, full hearts and full bellies. He loved freely and fiercely, he could drive anything far and fast and made friends and family wherever he went.
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    Oyster River Crematory
    2 Concord Road Rt 4
    Barrington, NH 03825
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  • Interment

    Furnace Village
    Address Not Available
    Easton, Massachuesetts
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Kristine Spencer

Posted at 10:05pm
Heartbroken to learn that such a big presence, personality and heart has left so many behind that lived him so. I will miss him greatly land send heartfelt sympathies to the family and friends that lived him so. Rest easy, Larry.

Annie Larrabee

Posted at 04:36pm
Uncle Larry (Goomba) really lit up a room. I'm glad I grew up looking up to him. Thinking of you Chrissy and Jils and sending all the love your way!
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Love Tracey and Brian Donovan

Posted at 07:27am
Truly heartbroken. We love you Larry. We will miss you terribly. Love you Shawna, always here for you.
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Kathy Spinney

Posted at 12:15am
There are too many memories to share . My heart is broken to lose such a great friend, one who I could always count on no matter what, good and bad. Rest easy buddy, I will never stop missing you.

Pam Plante

Posted at 09:15pm
There are no words that can be said to bring you comfort at this time, but know how much you are loved Shawna and I send my deepest condolences to you and all that Larry left behind. He truly was your soulmate and your time together was cut way too short. May all your memories bring you some peace and comfort. I am here to help you in any way that I can.

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