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In loving memory of
Larry Dale Christman
  • July 17, 1947
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  • April 03, 2013

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Larry Dale Christman passed into the Lord’s hands on Tuesday, April 3rd at the age of 65. He was a devoted son, husband, father, and grandfather who enjoyed a passion for fishing, golf and politics. Larry was born on July 17th, 1947 in Allentown, PA to Oscar and Ruth Christman and graduated William Allen High School in 1965 as an accomplished wrestler and student. Upon graduation, Larry enlisted in the Air Force and completed 4 years of service including a tour of duty in the Vietnam War. Larry settled in the Orlando area in 1969 where he graduated from Seminole Junior College and held a position at Crown, Cork, and Seal for 41 years until his retirement in April of 2011. Larry is survived by his loving wife of 37 years, Sandra H. Christman and 2 Children, Katie Norris (husband Jeffre) and Kevin Christman (wife April). Mother Ruth Christman of Allentown, PA; sisters Carol Albright of Macungie, PA and Linda Martinez of Breinigsville, PA; mother-in-law Lillian Harrison of Jacksonville, FL and a host of brother and sister in laws, nieces, and nephews.  4 Grandchildren: Jack, Ava, Ben, and Kayla. Preceded in death by father Oscar Christman of Allentown, PA and brother Terry Christman of Allentown, PA. Larry will be remembered for his passionate and outgoing personality and his ability to connect and relate to all those he came in contact with. His faith and family devotion will always carry on as a shining example for those he loved. While his soul rests in heaven, his imprint on life will carry on. Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there - I do not sleep. I am the thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints in snow, I am the sunlight on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn rain. As you awake with morning's hush I am the swift-up-flinging rush Of quiet birds in circling flight. Do not stand at my grave and cry,

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  1. Frank and Christine Barth says:
    08 Apr 2013
    May the memory of Larry and the family love that you all share for him surround you and give you strength in the days ahead. I am sure he will be your guardian angel watching over each of you!!

  2. Cathy Harrison says:
    07 Apr 2013
    Larry was a great brother in law, I will miss him a lot. All my love to you Sandy,Katie and kevin and all your family.

  3. Patty Harrison says:
    07 Apr 2013
    Larry Dale you will be missed a great husband father grandfather and brother in law You were a great provider I will miss you Patty Harrison

  4. J.C. Martin says:
    06 Apr 2013
    I am so sorry to hear of Larry's passing, He is with my Dolores and they are in Heaven walking the Streets of Gold, Sandy I so much appreciated your loving care you showed my family during Dolores's illness. You Kate and Kevin are in my Prayers.

  5. Carolyn Miller says:
    06 Apr 2013
    Tim and I are so very sorry for your loss and are praying for comfort for all of the Christman family. Larry was such an outgoing, friendly and loving man and a shining example of what a husband, father and friend should be. I have so many wonderful memories over the past 34 years. Love to you Sandy, Katie, Kevin and the rest the family. He will be missed but he will always be present in your heart and memories. Much love and prayers. Rest in peace dear Larry.
    Tim and Carolyn Miller

  6. Katie Norris says:
    05 Apr 2013
    Remembering my Dad and missing him so much! He was such a wonderful man and an amazing father, and grandfather. He had such a big heart, a big personality, and a love for everyone. He was such a selfless man, always thinking of others. He had nicknames for all he loved; he enjoyed sports, especially coaching Little League when we were kids. He had such a passion for politics/debate and a love for fishing. The simplest things in life made him happy, mostly his family, and ultimately, that is what he fought so hard for all the way to the end. Thank you for being the best role model in the world and for loving us all. God's peace, Dad. You will never be forgotten and you are always in our hearts.

  7. Raj and Lisa Shrestha says:
    05 Apr 2013
    We wish to express our deepest condolences to the Christman family. We feel very fortunate to have been able to hear lots of entertaining stories of Larry's adventures and know that countless wonderful memories will remain in the hearts of many. We are continuing to send prayers, hugs, and love.

  8. Denny and Yvonne Johns says:
    05 Apr 2013
    Again, we are so sorry for your loss. Larry was such a wonderful man. He was interesting to talk to and even better to debate. He was always a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to the entire Christman family. Larry is now in heaven having a political debate with the angels!!!

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