Lawrence Ferrara

Lawrence Ferrara

Thursday, December 27th, 1956 - Thursday, October 31st, 2019
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Lawrence (Larry) Edward Ferrara, of Pleasantville, passed away on October 31, 2019. Larry was born on December 27, 1956 to the late Carmen and Lois Ferrara. He was a locksmith and an avid sportsman. Larry is survived by his brother, Michael D. Ferrara and his wife, Lori and their son, Nicholas, of Vineland. Graveside services will be held Friday November 15, 2019 at 11:30 Am at Atlantic City Cemetery Pleasantville, NJ. Arrangements entrusted to and condolences may be sent to the family at
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    Atlantic City Cemetery
    Black Horse Pike and Route 9
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Tara Smith

Posted at 01:35pm
I’m so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. He was a great friend who even made the trek to Texas for our wedding back in 2010. I hadn’t heard from him in a while, usually he sends me messages to wish me happy Halloween or check in on us. I hadn’t heard from him in a while so I searched and saw he passed away. Prayers to the family. Deepest sympathy. -Tara

Douglas Keefe

Posted at 09:22am
Larry was truly "Mr. Fix-it" and an experimenter. He keep our show cases working in our store and fixed the target carriers in our gun range. But he mostly enjoyed visiting our cabin in the Poconos to make sure it was OK, especially during hunting season.

Doug and Linda Keefe

Richard Schmitt

Posted at 04:48pm
So sorry to hear of Larry’s moving on to happier hunting grounds.I have not seen Larry for several years. I met and worked with Larry for quite awhile with Huber locksmith’s. He taught me a lot while we worked together. He seemed to know a lot of things and a joke that he used to say was he was a walking book of useless knowledge. Many a time we had to tap into that book to make something work. Rest In Peace my friend. Rick Schmitt

charlie welsh

Posted at 09:07pm
Im so sorry to hear of Larry s passing. He was my manager at Bob Kislins Sporting Goods,when i was in my 20s and working behind the gun counter. We hung out on several occasions. He was a great guy and fun to be around. Even though he was 10 yrs older than me, he came to some of my gatherings on Zion Rd in EHT, where we held meetings for the Screechin Chicken Archery Club.

Charlie Welsh
Como Colorado

George Carr

Posted at 06:52pm
We are saddened to hear of Larry's passing. We send our condolences during this difficult time. Larry was my first friend when my family moved to Pleasantville and we spent quite a bit of time together through Middle and High School. We walked 'the pipes' many times on our way duck hunting. We stayed close after graduation. He was a groomsman in my wedding and came up to celebrate the birth of our three children. He will be missed.
Ray and Marian Carr

William Williams Posted at 09:30am

Very sorry to hear this. Larry was a good friend. Spent many of mornings duck hunting in the pville meadows.

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