LAWLISS - A Mass of Christian burial for Oswald ''Larry'' Lawliss, 83, of Rand Hill Road Morrisonville, who died Saturday Jan. 26, 2013, surrounded by his loving family, was celebrated Tuesday Jan. 29th, 2013 at St. Alexander's Church in Morrisonville. The mass was celebrated by Father Scott Seymour and assisted by Fr. Gilbert, Fr. Gordon, Fr. Reamer, and Deacon Marvin. The Eucharistic Ministers were Glenn and Jamie Burdo. The organist was Mary Anne Lawliss assisted by the St. Alexander's Church choir. The altar servers were David Pereria, Brenden, Jacob and Aden Lawliss. The pall was placed by his son's Andre, Ozzie and Chris Lawliss. Larrys rosary was placed by his wife Wanda Lawliss. The Crucifix was placed by his daughter Jarnie Burdo and the Bible was placed by his daughter's Tina Spellinan and Christine Curley. The readings were done by his granddaughter Carissa (Speliman) Glicksman and his niece Karen Lawliss. The offertory gifts were presented by his great grandchildren Hannah Glicksrnan, Landon LaDue and Jaielynn Curley. The words of remembrance were done by his great grandchildren Alexandria LaDue and Jake Glicksman, His grand-daughters Becky (Burdo) LaDue and Megan Speilman, His son-in-law Timothy Curley and his brother John Lawliss. The pall bearers were his grandsons Justin Burdo, Erik Curley, Chad LaDue and Justin Glicksman and his two nephews Mark and Scott Lawliss. Interment will be at a later day in the spring at St. Alexanders Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to Heald Funeral Home, 48 Court Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. Online condolences may be offered at www.healdfuneralhomeinc.com
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