9/22/2013 – Larry J. Tubolino, LaFargeville

Larry J. Tubolino, 63, of Tubolino Road, died Saturday evening, Sept. 21, in the emergency room of River Hospital, Alexandria Bay, after being stricken with a heart attack at his camp.

There will be no funeral or calling hours per his wishes.

Born June 27, 1950, in Watertown, the son of Joseph and Betty St. Pierre Tubolino, he attended schools in LaFargeville.

He married the former Judy Backus on Aug. 1, 1970, in Oxbow.

Larry worked for years at various construction companies, including, Stan Bach’s and then Billy Bach’s. At the time of his death he worked for two years at Manfred Construction in Ticonderoga.

He was a member of the Teamsters Union and the National Rifle Association.

Larry enjoyed fishing, hunting, was an avid outdoorsmen and loved NASCAR.

Surviving besides his wife Judy is his mother Betty of LaFargeville; one daughter Marcy Pena of Clayton; one son Jeffrey (Robin) of Clifton Park; one brother Dan and his wife Patricia of LaFargeville; six grandchildren; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

Donations can be made in his name to the Indian River Ambulance Service, PO Box 245, Philadelphia, NY, 13673. 

 
 

Condolences

  1. Kyle Barton Posted

    Dear Judy, Marcy, Jeff, Betty & Danny
    I am so sorry to hear about Larry’s death.
    I cannot imagine the loss you and your family are all feeling. Larry was the most loving person, he always had a big smile when ever I saw him.
    You are all in our thoughts and prayers today.
    Love ya
    Kyle

  2. Kathy Robbins Posted

    I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Larry on Drum. He was always smiling and made me smile and laugh. He will be greatly missed. You all are I’m my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Lin and Pat Fields Posted

    Judy and family,

    I cannot express how I feel for your loss… I’ve known you for so long, and while I didn’t know him, I know you… and know how much love you have for your family. Many people will say, ‘if there is anything I can do..’… you KNOW I am here if you do need anything, even just a hug…

    Much love,
    Lin and Pat

  4. marcus walldroff Posted

    JUDY DANNY JEF AND MARCY SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS
    I WAS SHOCKED TO HERE THAT LARRY HAD PASSED. LARRY HAS BEEN A GREAT
    FRIEND , NEIGHBOR AND TRAIL LEADER,
    OUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS WILL BE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
    RITA , MARCUS WE WIL MISS HIM

  5. Keyleigh Goodnough Posted

    Marcy, Judy, and the rest of the Tubolino family. I am so sorry for your loss. It has been a while since I had seen Larry; but I do remember lots of events we all did together when I was little. He is in a better place now. and ironically he passed on my fathers 5th yr being gone. I bet my fether greated him at the doors of heaven that day. well love you guys, it will get easier in time.

  6. Michele Grabowski Posted

    Jeff, Robin and kids,

    Speaking as a member of the MRB Group family, I just wanted to express deepest sympathy in the sudden loss of your father, father-in-law and grandfather. Please know you are in our prayers at this difficult time.

  7. Katie and Bill Papineau Posted

    Judy and family…It’s been years since we have seen each other, but I still feel you are one of my best friends … I am so sorry your loss. I only hope in time God will help heal your pain. It never goes completely away, but it does get easier to accept. Love you my friend…

  8. Glenda Howe Majo Posted

    Oh Judy, I’m so sorry. My thoughts are with you and your family.
    Glenda

  9. Bob Barrie Posted

    Judy, Family
    Sorry to hear about your loss, sending Prayers in hopes it helps
    with the loss of a husband and father. Just remember heaven has gained an ANGLE now
    and will be watching over you unitl yous meet again.

  10. Karen Derouin Posted

    Judy and family,
    I was so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.

  11. Linda Paventi Posted

    Mike and Anthony,
    My sympathy goes out to you both and your families for the loss of your grandfather. The pain never leaves but it does become less painful and easier to accept as years pass. Remember how surprised we all were when I discovered that I knew your grandfather and great uncle. Take care and may God Bless all.

  12. Judy, Betty and family. So very sorry to hear of your loss. Will miss having Larry stopping in for a visit. Thinking and praying for all.

  13. Mike and Sandy Ivey Posted

    Judy, We are so sorry to read about your loss. Mike and I had many fun times with both of you when he worked at Bachs. Although we have loss touch in the pass years, we always think of you both when we make “Chicken” sprinkle. Know that our thoughts are with you and your family.

  14. So sorry to hear about Larry’s passing remembering fun times at Bach and Company!
    Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  15. Jayme Spearnock Posted

    Dear Judy, Marcy, Jeff, Danny and Aunt Betty,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Life is so short, we just never know. Danny, you and Larry were so close, I feel so bad for you. Thank God for all your good memories! Marcy and Jeff, to lose your Dad is so hard. Keep his picture out, that helps. And Judy and Aunt Betty, my heart aches for you two. Your husband, the closest person to you…and Aunt Betty, your first born son. I believe Uncle Joe and Larry are together with the rest of our loved ones!
    Thinking of you all..Love, Bruce and Jayme

  16. Daren & Bev morgan Posted

    Judy and family,

    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  17. Tim & Tammy Queior Posted

    To the family of Larry, We are very sorry for your loss. Larry will be missed by many people. He was the best at everything he did. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. He truly was the best!

  18. Sandie & Gary Douglas Posted

    Dear Judy and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. Our prayers are with you and your family .

  19. Kevin Reff Posted

    So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing, He will be missed!
    May God bring comfort during this time.

  20. Joe and Lisa Swiernik@yahoo.com Posted

    Thoughts and prayers Joy to you and your family Joe is heartbroken larry was very special to him and he will be missed.

  21. Tom & DArlene Bush Posted

    Judy and family,

    So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. Thoughts and prayers headed your way.

  22. Tracy & Diane Knox Posted

    We are very sorry for your loss.
    Take comfort in your memories and the time you had with Larry.

  23. Kathleen and Philip Pond Posted

    Dear Judy and Family,

    We did not know Larry well. We knew him through Stan Bach and our son-in-law, Billy. He was always warm and friendly and we always enjoyed talking with him and enjoyed his humor.
    We were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of his death and only can imagine the sadness felt by his family. He will be missed by many and we send every condolence.

  24. PATRICIA & TOM LAUN Posted

    JUDY,
    WE WERE SO SADDENED TO HEAR OF LARRYS’ MOST UNTIMELY PASSING. WE WANT YOU TO KNOW WE WERE ALWAYS GOOD FRIENDS, EVEN THOUGH WE DID NOT SEE EACH OTHER OFTEN. I TALKED TO LARRY EARLIER THIS SUMMER WHEN HE STOPPED BY. HE HAD INVITED ME TO AGAIN HUNT WITH HIM THIS FALL. HE LOOKED AND SOUNDED JUST FINE, AS USUAL. THIS IS SUCH A SHOCK. I SHALL NEVER FORGET THE FINE WORK HE DID FOR US HERE AT THE CAPE WHEN HE WORKED FOR STAN. WE LAUGHED ABOUT OLD TIMES, BILLY CALHOUN AND THE SKUNK AND THE DRAIN DITCH HE MADE FOR US.
    I AM GLAD TO HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE HIM THIS YEAR.
    OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. KEEP THE STRENGTH AND KEEP ON GOING.
    WE OFFER OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
    WARMEST REGARDS,
    TOM AND PATTI LAUN,
    CAPE VINCENT.
    WITH

  25. Rick Wiley Posted

    Judy,

    Karen and I are thinking of you.

  26. Vivian Larmie Posted

    Sorry for your loss.

  27. Amber Black Posted

    Judy, Marcy, Jeff, Aunt Betty & family
    I am so sorry for your loss. You’re all in my thoughts and prayers.

  28. Scott and Karen Schell Posted

    Judy,
    Sending heartfelt sympathy to you during this difficult time.

  29. Lorena Furgison and Family Posted

    So sorry to hear about Larry passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  30. Judy Gracey Posted

    Judy and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May your many memories help you thru this difficult time.

  31. Tina Wildhaber (Thornton) Posted

    Dear Judy and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear about Larry passing. Mom sends her thoughts and prayers to you all as well.
    Tina

  32. Bill and Marsha Barton Posted

    Judy and Family. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.

  33. Judy and Family
    I am so sorry to hear about Larry, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Suellen

  34. To Judy and family,
    Knowing words can not always comfort, may knowing that you are surrounded by friends and their prayers get you through this difficult time.

  35. Gordon Myers Posted

    Judy , so sorry to about your loss , my prayers are with you and your family.

  36. Dear aunt Betty, Judy, Marcy, Jeff and family,
    I am so sorry to hear about Larry. My thoughts and prayers are with you. He is with GOD and our family that has passed before us. I know uncle Joe greeted him with his beautiful smile and a big hug. Mom had a smile and a joke for him! take comfort in knowing we will be with him again.
    God Bless
    xoxoxo Louisa

  37. Judy DePuy Posted

    Dear Judy,

    I read the obituary in the paper and could not believe it. I remember talking together at Livingston’s when I worked at PPSO with Donna and everyone. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  38. judy and family So sad and shocked I was so glad that I was able to visit with the 2 of you when jenna was home Talking about the cream of mushroom soup He will be forever in my mind with that smile on his face. Time dulls the pain but never takes it away Any time you or any of the family needs to escape I am a good one to do it with. thoughts are with you all.

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