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Larry Carrine

Larry Carrine

Wednesday, August 4th, 1954 - Friday, March 8th, 2019
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Larry Frederick Samuel Carrine, age 64 of Toronto, passed away in his sleep on Friday, March 8th, 2019.

He was predeceased by his wife Patricia nearly 7 months prior. May they rest together peacefully.

Larry is survived by his sister Janis Biondolillo. Further survived by his sons Brendon and his wife Xhemile, Christopher, Matthew and his wife Rachel, daughter Samantha and her husband Mike Pietras. Grandchildren include Jessica, Austin, Misia, Lukas, and great-granddaughter Scarlett.

Larry wore many hats…

A husband, a brother, a father, a grandfather, a mentor, a raconteur, a friend to raise a glass with (or mug), internet troll, internet phenomenon, Jack-of-all-trades (whenever he got around to it), a man of his word, a good person, a great man…

He married his high-school sweetheart at the age of 20 and quickly got to work building a family. By 30, he and Patricia had a full house and really hit their stride. They created a loving, supportive environment where all were welcome and for their children to flourish.

Always quick to open his door to family and friends, you could surely count on Larry to stand in the garage with you and shoot the breeze.

Upon his retirement from the TTC, Larry’s focus shifted to his grandchildren and eventually great-grandchildren. There was no denying; those kids lit up his life.

Larry was a force to be reckoned with, a true spark, life just doesn’t seem as bright without him.
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  • Visitation

    Sunday, March 17th, 2019 | 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    When
    Sunday, March 17th, 2019 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Location
    Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 266
    Address
    3591 Dundas St West
    TORONTO, ON
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    Please join the Carrine family here at the Royal Canadian Legion for a Celebration of Larry's life, a time to share favorite stories and memories.
  • Interment

    Location
    Cremation
    Address
    TORONTO, ON
    Cremation has taken place.

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Cathrine westcott

Posted at 12:46pm
I will truly miss your zingers. We all waited in anticipation to see what you what do to our posts. We grew up together first cousins. You were always happy to share a beer and great verbal bantering. We loved you. Admired how you both raised wonderful children and how they also are raising amazing children. You will be truly missed. The sting of loosing both yourself and Pat has been tradgic. Our hearts go out to your children and Grandchildren and your sister and her family. I’m sure the celebration will be packed, as was the funeral home for your dear sweet Pat. Now go be with your high school sweetheart, Kiss her for us. Tell your parents we miss them too. Janis your not alone, your adoptive family is here, now and forever. Tell her we will all keep an eye on your kids and help when we can. Love your cousin. Mom always called you her movie star. You called her doll. It’s a very sad year for us all.
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