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In Tribute to Lawrence T. Stack
58 years old.   Residence: Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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As a childhood friend of his sons Mike and Brian I knew Larry for almost 25yrs.Growing up around the block Larry was always doing something for the kids.He used to come home from work and coach us in baseball.These are times I will never forget.Over the years as I got older I grew to have a tremendous amount of respect for this man.He was always there for advice or simply a laugh.I last saw him two days before 9/11 and I shook his hand for the last time.I pray for his family everyday and I am proud to say that Larry was one of the best people I will ever know.

God Bless
Chris D.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-22 ***

My dad worked with Larry as a fellow fire fighter back in the 70s. Ladder 175. As the 10th anniversary of that awful day approaches I offer prayers. May the day be filled with loved ones and support.

*** Posted by Barbara Powell on 2011-09-10 ***

Although we did not serve on The Dyess DDR/DD 880 at the same time, I'm proud to be a member of the same Brotherhood as Lawrence.

*** Posted by Fred Anderson on 2010-10-01 ***

Lawrence served aboard the US Navy ship USS DYESS DDR 880 1964-1966.

On 9-11-2010 the ship's crew held a ship's reunion at Nashville, TN. While sitting here telling lies (sea-stories) and having a great dinner, my first thought was, "How is Larry's family coping with this day, 9-11-2010?"

I hope that they are well. We are thinking about them. Larry may be gone, but he will never be forgotten by his navy shipmates.

Please visit his ship's website (http://www.ussdyessdd-ddr880.com/) for other news.

Chuck Kelley

*** Posted by Charles E. Kelley STMC USN Retired on 2010-09-29 ***

God bless my uncle Larry. I miss him soo much, and I prayed for him today. You will always be in my heart. I love you.

*** Posted by Mary Eble on 2010-09-11 ***

I have always had the greatest respect for firefighters especially the NYFD since my dad was a retiree from "New York's Bravest". I also had the honor of being a classmate of Larry Stack in high school. He was a wonderful young man then and apparently never changed. He gave his life in an effort to save others. God bless him and his family.

*** Posted by Bill Mayer on 2006-07-18 ***


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