Lawrence "Larry" Albert
Wednesday, 25 May 1932 - Thursday, 13 April 2017
Funeral Date: Saturday, 22 April 2017
Caribou-Lawrence “Larry”Anthony Albert ,82 passed away on April 13, 2017 after declining health in Albert1recent years at Van Buren. He was the seventh of 18 children born May 25, 1932 to Eugene and Eva (Cowette) Albert of Caribou and was raised on the family farm in North Caribou. Larry was a veteran of the U.S. Army and served in Germany with reconstruction activities following the end of WWII. Larry owned and operated the GJ Construction Company in CT where he did steel erection of high rise buildings in CT and NY. In 1967, Larry relocated back to Caribou and opened Albert’s Otter Brook Garage on the Van Buren Road with his brother Murray (Dave). Larry and Dave operated their body shop for 20 years and enjoyed providing the highest quality auto body work for their customers. He was a 1980 Graduate of the Caribou High School Adult Education Program, and a member of the Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Larry enjoyed spending time in his retirement with his family, friends, gardening, reading his Bible, listening to light jazz music and his dog Tippy. Larry is survived by his wife of 59 years Florence (Hanson) Albert, of Caribou, his son Darren Albert and wife Hon Laura Lopez Roche of San Juan PR , his daughter Darlene Albert and fiancé Raymond Rodriguez of Clinton, Maryland , three grandchildren Michelle Albert, Anthony Rivera and Alex Rivera, and two great grandchildren Noelani Rivera and Armand Rivera. He is also survived by his brothers Francis, William, Chester, and his sisters Julie Jacobs, Evangeline Roachfort, and Veronica Soucy. The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to Larry's best friend for many years, . Wilfred Martin, Jr. Friends may all at the Mockler Funeral Home 24 Reservoir Street Caribou 9a.m until time of services Saturday April 22, 2017. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11:00am from the Parish of the Precious Blood, Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Interment will be in the Sacred Heart Cemetery.
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  • Gary Harmon
  • Wednesday, 19 April 2017
My condolences at Larry's passing. I got to know Larry in the late 60s and early 70s through my dad's buisness in Caribou. Larry had an incredible work ethic and produced quality work always. I'll always remember his sense of humor, ready smile, hearty laugh and the glint he got in his eye whenever something struck him as funny. But most of all I remember him as a warm and funny man. Larry is one of those individuals who had a very positive and indelible influence on my younger years. Ii will always have fond memories of him.
  • Shelly MCNeal
  • Wednesday, 19 April 2017
I have the sweetest memories and pictures of Uncle Larry and Aunt Flo. My deepest simpathies are with you Aunt Flo, cousins Darrin & Darlene.
Hugs and love to you all during this difficult time.
  • Ernie Albert
  • Thursday, 20 April 2017
I have nothing but fond memories of uncle Larry. He was a generous man with a great sense of humor. He will be greatly missed by all of us who knew him. My condolences to aunt Flo, Darrin ,and Darlene.
  • Pauline Hopkins
  • Saturday, 22 April 2017
We are so very sorry to hear about Uncle Larry. Our condolences to you all. Will remember him fondly. There was such warmth in his voice and a very caring man. Love from us all.
  • Bruce Albert
  • Saturday, 06 May 2017
Uncle Larry was an individualist.
To call him anything else would
be short of his charecter.
He had opinions of life based on Albert common sense.
He touched many with his humor.
My heart goes out to Darlene and Darren and aunt Flo.
Ill miss him and always remember the great times we all shared together.
Rip uncle.
You are deeply missed.
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