Lawrence Howard Klair (July 20, 1952 - January 27, 2010)

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Lawrence Howard Klair
  • July 20, 1952
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  • January 27, 2010

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Lawrence Howard Klair, 57, of New Smyrna Beach died Wednesday, January 27, 2010 with his family by his side.    Larry was born July 20, 1952 in Baltimore, MD and graduated from Mount Verde Academy, Mt. Verde, FL.   After high school he joined the US Army and served his county for many years.  Larry then continued his education and attended Valencia Community College where he received training to become a Phlebotomist.  He worked at the Central Florida Blood Bank, Orlando 1991-1999 and Bert Fish Medical Central, New Smyrna Beach 1999-2010.  Larry was preceded in death by his nephew, Ian S. Klair and uncle, Howard P. Klair.  He is survived by his loving parents, Esther Klair of New Smyrna Beach and Ronald H. Klair, Sr of Maitland, FL; brother, Ronald H., Jr and his wife, Patricia of Longwood, FL; uncle, L. William Ice of Aiken, SC and six cousins.   Memorial dontations are requested to be made to First Presbyterian Church, 509 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach, 32169.  A memorial service will be held next week.  Time and date are still pending Glen Haven Memorial Park, Winter Park, FL

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  1. Joe Griffin says:
    10 Mar 2013
    I met Larry in 1977 when we were both stationed at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas where we became friends. We would meet again when we both became assigned to the 1st and 5th, 25th Inf Division at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

    Larry and I were assigned as roommates and he became one of the closest friends I have ever had throughout the remainder of 1977 and 1978 as we explored the islands of Hawaii, surfed the North Shore and toured Australia.

    He was a rock and roll aficionado who loved his 1968 Chevy Malibu which we used to carry surf boards and cruise the islands. I have met few people who seemed to comfortable riding through life and who was so pleasant to be around.

    Though I never had the chance to meet his family, he talked of them often. God bless you "Klair". You are sorely missed. - Joe Griffin,

  2. Marsh' says:
    04 Feb 2010
    My constant prayers are with you Esther, Ron Sr, Ron Jr and Patty.

  3. Cat Hoehn says:
    30 Jan 2010
    My prayers go out to you and the family during this time- Larry was always such a wonderful co-worker, quick with a smile! He will be missed.

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