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Lawrence Franey

LAWRENCE E. FRANEY, passed away Oct. 2, 2017, aged 83 years, beloved husband for 62 years to Joanne (nee Sears), dear father of James (Teresa), Michael, Colleen and Timothy (Sondra), loving grandfather of Keith (Shawna), Douglas (Cassandra), Daniel, Amanda, Michelle, Nathaniel, Christopher (Ashlie), Anissa, Nathan, Tristin and Jonathan, great-grandfather of Camryn, Keira, Elyza, Sloane, Toccoa and Leo, devoted son of the late James and Agnes (nee Maley), cherished brother of the late James, treasured brother-in-law to Jack (deceased) and Patricia Harrison.

Larry was a 1952 graduate of Cathedral Latin High School, a veteran of the United States Coast Guard, and a lieutenant with the Cleveland Fire Department, retiring in 1991.

Mr. Franey was a resident of Lyndhurst for 30 years and was a parishioner at the Church of St. Clare for 5 years. In addition to being a firefighter, Larry was a also a member of the Carpenters Union.

In his spare time, Larry was involved with the American Legion and the Boy Scouts of America.  He enjoyed golfing, bowling, and listening to Irish music. Larry received the most enjoyment in life from spending time with his family.

Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 at St. Clare Catholic Church at 10:30 AM. Burial following with military honors in All Souls Cemetery. Family will receive friends to pay tribute and celebrate the life of Larry at THE DeJOHN-FLYNN-MYLOTT FUNERAL HOME OF SOUTH EUCLID, 4600 MAYFIELD RD. (just East of Green Rd.) FRIDAY 4-8 PM.

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  1. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
    Continue to rely on God during this difficult time,
    because he cares for you and he hears your prayers.
    Thinking of you with deep sympathy.

    • Thank You for thinking about our family during these difficult times. I know Mom and the rest of the family appreciates your thoughts and prayers.

  2. Patricia A Harrison :

    Loved him. He has left so many memories that will always be with me. He will be truly missed but forever in my heart. Hugs and prayers to his beautiful family that he loved so much. Our visits were always so special to me and Jack. Love you all.

    • Thank you Aunt Pat we know Mom and Dad always loved visiting with you and Uncle Jack. We also want to thank you for being there for mom. We love you very much.

  3. Nancy Greco (Dolores Bompiedi's stepdaughter) :

    I was so sorry to hear about Larry – sending my thoughts, prayers, and deepest sympathy to the Franey family.

  4. Ronald Gliebe :

    Joann
    We shared our condolences, our hugs and our tears at the funeral home…Let’s remember the good times we shared over the years. The many dances from both Sacred Heart and Shaw high schools -the Home Comings and the Proms – the many dinners we shared – along with a few beverages…The double dates the sharing of rides.. I could go on and on. We grew up together — we were and always will be the best of friends.
    You have been by Larry’s side through it all — you are an example for all to emulate.
    May the good Lord watch over you in the years ahead.
    Donna and I will keep in touch – I promise.
    Your good friends Ron & Donna

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