Larry Stawnichy Obituary, Death – We have no choice but to figure out a way to say our final farewells to Larry, Dave’s younger brother, in spite of the agony it gives all of us. We have no other option. What a jolting experience it is to be forced to realize the precarious nature of one’s own existence. What a wake-up call this may be. Because I am the “newest” member of this great Stawnichy family, it leaves me in a state of astonishment when I hear of his love and devotion to his wife, daughters, and his mother. I am grateful that I have been given the opportunity to become a part of this family.
When I hear that he made room in his heart for his siblings, other members of his family, and friends from all over Western Canada (and I’m sure even further afield), I am likewise filled with wonder. He made room in his heart for his siblings, other members of his family, and friends from all over Western Canada. I just have this one wish that I would have been given the opportunity to spend more time getting to know Larry, to have even more laughing with him, and to just… have a little bit more time in my life overall. Those are the things I wish I could have done. During this holiday season, we ask that you keep in your thoughts Kim, her husband, and their daughters, as well as Larry’s mother and siblings, as well as everyone else.
This is a reminder to cherish every moment that you are given, to laugh and love, and to make sure that every word, deed, and thought counts for something. We ask that you do this as a reminder to make sure that every word, deed, and thought counts for something. We ask that you keep Larry’s mother and siblings, as well as everyone else, in your thoughts over this holiday season as a reminder to make sure that every word and deed you say or do is in line with the values that you hold dear.