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After retiring Larry worked part time with us at Becker Funeral Home in Clermont, Florida. He was a very kind and caring person. During that time we had the pleasure of seeing Arlene from time to time as she would drop him off and pick him up. Loved her sparky personality! Please accept my condolences for the loss of these two beautiful souls.

Posted by: Kaye Stewart - Clermont, FL - Coworker   Feb 26, 2021

I just found out about Larry passing away, so please accept my condolences on the loss to the Bellerose family. Larry was a wonderful person and a true gentleman.

Posted by: Charles Becker    Feb 26, 2021

Dear Bellerose Family,
I am deeply sorry for your loss. I had the honor and priveledge of caring for Larry the past year and a half at Matulaitis. He was such a sweet, gentle soul. He always asked me how my day was, and we would often have conversations. I wanted his family to know that he was not alone in his final moments at Matulaitis, and I'm glad I was able to be the aide in the room with him. He made an impact on my life, and will be forever missed. Rest easy Mr. Bellerose

Posted by: Kaleigh Sharp    Jan 24, 2021

David, We are very sorry for your loss. Your Dad and Mom were very dear friends to us and had some wonderful times with them professionally and socially. Our sympathy and prayers go out to your family. Ron & Emilie Duhaime

Posted by: Ron & Emilie Duhaime - Bristol, CT - Friend   Jan 23, 2021

I was saddened to read that Larry had died. My association with him goes way back to 1970 when as a young nun just out of nursing school (where I went out of my way to avoid anyone who was deceased), I was told by one of the experienced nurses that we were going over to Gilman's to get one of the elderly nuns dressed for her funeral. There I met Larry for the first time. He put me at

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Posted by: Mary Ellen Snyder - Danielson, CT - Friend   Jan 21, 2021

I offer my prayers to Larry's family.
I often spoke to Larry and Arlene while working at St. Joseph Church in Dayville. They both were awesome people. I was blessed to have known them.

Posted by: Sheila Mills    Jan 20, 2021

My sympathy and prayers to the family and I will always remember how kind Larry and Arlene were to me as I called on them as a casket salesman. I also served in the Reserves (Navy) so we had a lot in common. He helped people get into West Point and I did the same at Annapolis.

Posted by: Abner Oakes    Jan 20, 2021

Dave, So very sorry for your loss..
Jerry & Valerie Paen

Posted by: Genaro Paen - Leominster, MA - Friend   Jan 20, 2021

Dave and family,
I am sorry to read of your father's passing. May he rest in peace...
Bob Sweet

Posted by: Robert Sweet - Worcester, MA - Friend   Jan 18, 2021

Dear members of Larry's family: It is with much sadness that I have read of Larry's passing.We were first cousins as my mother and his were sisters. I visited Larry at the nursing home in 2019, but was unable to do so in 2020 due to Covid 19. My wife Lorraine and I offer our deepest sympathy to all of you.
May God bless you all and keep youn safe. - Roger C. Pellerin

Posted by: Roger Pellerin - Brooklyn, CT - Family   Jan 17, 2021