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7401 Belair Road
Baltimore, MD 21236
Phone: 410-665-2000
Fax: 410-665-2431
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Lawrence V.
Bledsoe

February 24, 1977 – October 26, 2018

Lawrence Bledsoe
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Condolence From: Harry Coughenour
Condolence: Larry and I met the day he moved into Major's Choice. I have a small lawn care in Bel Air in addition to being a physical education teacher. Larry told me that he wanted to get settled in and make sure that he could pay all of his bills, then he would have me take care of his grass. Shortly thereafter I started to mow his lawn.
We quickly began to talk about his job and mine. Often we would talk about how hot is was when we were working outdoors. Larry's face and neck were always red during the summer months from being outside running cable. Quickly, I realized that Larry enjoyed working outside and we had that in common.
Larry was always appreciative of me and the service that I provided for him. I can remember Larry saying to me, "I am really glad that you cut the grass because that is not what I feel like doing when I get home from a long day at work." Often someone in the neighborhood would ask me to dig out a bush and I knew Larry would lend me the shovel that I needed to complete this task from his shed. When I would gratefully thank him for lending me the shovel, he would always reply, "no worries" and conclude with his signature laugh. Often I would store my push mower in his shed as I live out of the area and he was always there to help make what I was trying to do easier.
Through the years I would be mowing and in comes Larry in the blue Toyota truck and Larry and I would exchange a smile and a wave. In many ways Larry reminded me a lot of myself. He was a hard working man, quiet usually enjoyed keeping to himself, but would give you anything you needed before you had a chance to ask.
Larry was a customer of mine, but he was always more of a Friend. On Nov. 1st I was cutting Larry's grass when a neighbor told me of his passing. I took a moment at his porch with a tear in my eye to remember a good man that touched my life in so many ways. As we go through this Life, each day we have the opportunity to touch the lives of those around us. Larry touched mine and in many ways I am a better man because of the life that he lived. Just two weeks ago I was mowing with my son and Larry was talking to us as we were going about our business. Larry I will miss you brother, thanks for being so good to me! Harry
Friday November 02, 2018

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