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Lawrence Northup Jr.
Born in Iowa
58 years
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This memorial website was created to remember our dearest Lawrence Eldon Northup Jr. who was born in Iowa, Ollie on November 16, 1948 and passed away on April 1, 2007 at the age of 58. You will live forever in our memories and hearts.
                “What we have once enjoyed we can never lose….

                                          All that we love deeply becomes a part of us” – Helen Keller

 

 


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Maura Northup You would be such a proud and happy grandpa February 5, 2012
Hello my love,
Our first grandchild was born on February 2, 2012 in Knoxville, TN. Your son build a home for his family from the ground up mostly on his own.
Adriana Nicole Northup was born at 2:37 P.M. She was 5 lb and 4 oz and was 19 inc. long. She is our little angel and our family is estatic. Wish she could have gotten to know you my love. I can't wait to see her and holder but I will have to wait until March or April. Steven kept me informed and when they got home from the hospital Mommy Kelle promptly send me pictures that I'm now sharing with you.
What a gift for Valentine's Day it couldn't have been better. Uncle Maurice is so proud of being an uncle and of his little brother. 

Your partner in and for life

Memories? Everything about you is a wonderful memory! It's hard to remember what life was like before we met the important part is having you into it and what we built together.

I lost you two years ago and still cannot believe that you are really gone, I still feel your presence around me and feel that you can still know what's in my heart and mind.

Remember you promised to take care of me always, I'm holding you to that. I needed you before and need you now, and always will t'ill we are together again. Your family misses you, I'm lost without you.

 

I hope and pray that the Government you served with such love, dedication and honor will one day make right the wrongs they have done to you; depriving you of  the earned benefits and true quality medical care that resulted on us loosing you prematurely. Ciao Lorenzo, ti amo. Maura

Sheila Delgadillo

I meet Maura & Larry when I was working at Norfolk Naval Base at The BOQ when this couple came to me asking for a room to stay for 1 night, I will never forget that warmth, the most beautiful connection between 2 human beings, that was my perception when I saw them, He had a very nice sense of humor he was joking and make me smile and I was having a hard time at work. The love of these two make me wonder how it would be my life in the future with my Hubby Marlon when we get there. They looked so much in love and happy. Since then My dear Bella and I have been friends and shared messages and hoping we can see each other soon. I appreciate the friedship and the true meaning of LOVE the 2 of you show me. From Guam my Marlon & I send you our condolences and LOVE and praying that you can find your peace.

 

Ciao Bella,

Sheila

Maura Northup
Lurch, my love: We have come a long way together, we learned, laughed and fought but...we were always in love. We raised two boys, made allot of friends and shared everything. Because of you, I am a better person. You were positive, had a great sense of humor and never stopped smiling even when things were at their worse. Now I am lost without you, while I know you were in allot of pain, I feel that I've lost you twice: Once as the love of my life and also as my best friend. Through your illness, you were sweet, kind and always greateful, part of me went with you and I know you will guide me the rest of the way until we can be together again. Your loving wife, Maura

Latest Condolences
Gina Brown A Great Loss December 20, 2007

Mr. Northup was a wonderful man who touched the hearts of everyone.

 He was my counsiler in Albuquerque Job Corps back in  1994. He was always there when I needed him. Also quick to put me in my place if I got out of hand. I respected him and now I think I looked at him as a father figure. When your 1000 miles from anyone you know, The friends you make you never forget

 I remember the day I left Job Corps. I had not completed my training and he was very upset with me for leaving. I never forgot him. I remeber a bunch of us students attacking him his first day back at work after having a heart attack. We were so excited he was back.

 He truely has touched my life and even though we haven't spoke since 1994. He will always be in my heart.  Thank you Larry for keeping me in line, I will never

forget you. You are truely an angel.

Gina Brown A Great Loss December 20, 2007

Mr. Northup was a wonderful man who touched the hearts of everyone.

 He was my counsiler in Albuquerque Job Corps back in  1994. He was always there when I needed him. Also quick to put me in my place if I got out of hand. I respected him and now I think I looked at him as a father figure. When your 1000 miles from anyone you know, The friends you make you never forget

 I remember the day I left Job Corps. I had not completed my training and he was very upset with me for leaving. I never forgot him. I remeber a bunch of us students attacking him his first day back at work after having a heart attack. We were so excited he was back.

 He truely has touched my life and even though we haven't spoke since 1994. He will always be in my heart.  Thank you Larry for keeping me in line, I will never

forget you. You are truely an angel.

Gina Brown A Great Loss December 20, 2007

Mr. Northup was a wonderful man who touched the hearts of everyone.

 He was my counsiler in Albuquerque Job Corps back in  1994. He was always there when I needed him. Also quick to put me in my place if I got out of hand. I respected him and now I think I looked at him as a father figure. When your 1000 miles from anyone you know, The friends you make you never forget

 I remember the day I left Job Corps. I had not completed my training and he was very upset with me for leaving. I never forgot him. I remeber a bunch of us students attacking him his first day back at work after having a heart attack. We were so excited he was back.

 He truely has touched my life and even though we haven't spoke since 1994. He will always be in my heart.  Thank you Larry for keeping me in line, I will never

forget you. You are truely an angel.

Steve "Gator" Johns My Friend Lurch May 25, 2007

My Friend Lurch,

I met "Lurch " in the early 70's.  We were stationed together at Kirtland AFB. I was an airman, him a SSgt.  My nickname was "Gator" because I grew up in Starke, Fla. He was Lurch-no explanation needed. I looked up to him-in more ways than one!  He was an awesome mechanic and a true friend.  He would always work on my Mach I, and I in turn would go dune buggy riding with him in the Sandia mountains.  If I visited in his room and could not walk out because of the ‘liquids’ I found in his room, Lurch would gently carry me to my room.  If I needed anything, Lurch was there. He was warm and gentle, a fun-loving friend that I miss. We lost touch and after 30 years he found me and we got to see each other again-what a sweet reunion.  Mara, my condolences to you and your family. May God comfort and bless you all. Revelation 7:17

Stephen L. Johns, CMSgt, USAF (ret)

Gator

 

vonceil vows lived April 12, 2007
It has been an honor and a priviledge to be a part of your lives.  I have seen love lived and vows honored.  I know that you will continue to love and to live.  Thank you for who you are.
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Hi, I'm Adriana Nicole Northup Proudly presenting your grandaughter Hi Mama we finally meet Papa' Stefano with his treasure Sleeping in the crib of grandpa, uncle Maurice and Daddy Larry & Maura love nest Special Group Larry & Paola Larry & Wilma Emanuele the nefew he will never meet The sister in law he was never able to meet. His Italian Family Two families joined He latest project, the porch Happy Day