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  1. Rest in peace Larry…we know you will be a special angel for Joyce and Quigley always…we love you.

  2. Larry was the ‘light of Canon’. Very friendly and the best ever. He will be truly missed. Love…bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things1 Corinthians 13:4-7

  3. Someone I always respected and grateful to know and work with. My prayers are with you and your family at this very sad time.

  4. Dear Joyce and Family, I was a Canon USA Jamesburg employee and was fortunate to have Larry’s support and his trust in me. He mentored me to be the best I could be and always took time to share his expertise and became a trusted friend to me. I am heartbroken that his life was cut short. A good, kind man who I admired very much. God Bless him and his family.

  5. Dear Joyce and Family, I was a Canon USA Jamesburg employee and was fortunate to have Larry’s support and his trust in me. He mentored me to be the best I could be and always took time to share his expertise and became a trusted friend to me. I am heartbroken that his life was cut short. A good, kind man who I admired very much. God Bless him and his family.

  6. Dear Giglio Family:I had the honor of knowing and working with Larry for many years at Canon USA. His sense of humor and quick mind made him one of my favorite people at the company. He brought a lot of energy and depth to Canon, and truly touched everyone who came in contact with him. He also was an extraordinarily generous person. One day, while I was at his desk in Lake Success to discuss a matter, I admired a little Flexy Flyer that he used for his business cards and a Timex motorcycle clock, which opened up a discussion about our shared love of riding and speed. Within a few days, I came back to my desk and the Flyer was there with a note that I should enjoy it as well. And not long thereafter, he recalled that my birthday was on St. Patty’s Day, and he dropped by to give me a motoclock. His unexpected kindness always stayed with me. That cardholder is on my work desk as I type, and the motoclock is on my dresser at home, a constant daily reminder of my tall, super cool friend. My heart is broken for you, as he deserved a much longer time in the world and to savor growing old. He made the world a better place by being in it, and will live on my memory. May you be comforted in knowing your sorrow at his passing is shared by his friend, Ruth.

  7. A tremendous loss to mankind. Larry was a true human being. A mentor, a friend, a listener, an advisor, a great boss, a sounding board, a confidant and a big brother. Will be sadly missed.

  8. Dear Joyce, I am so sorry to hear about Larry’s passing. He was always a great person to work with and he had a very kind heart. He really cared about his employees. May you find peace in the coming days and healing in the months to come.

  9. My heart is broken. There are no words to describe the sadness I feel and I am very lucky to have had Larry as my close and cherished friend.Joyce, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

  10. Dear Joyce, My sincerest condolences to you and your family. My heart broke hearing of Larry’s passing. Larry was not only my boss, he was also a mentor and a very dear friend. He had a heart of gold and would do anything for people he cared about. I will miss him dearly, may he rest in peace.

  11. Dear JoyceI was stunned early this morning to receive a phone call that Larry had passed away. We had just corresponded last week and he told me that due to his last aunt passing and his back bothering him, we could not meet in Sarasota….he told me he was missing the warm weather. Larry was such a great person. He always offered his counsel and his assistance, not in only with issues at work but also with personal issues. He was a great source of inspiration and consolation during many of the personal crisis I had during my tenure at Canon and for that I am eternally grateful. His sense of fairness and his concern for his fellow man should be emulated by all. Be consoled that so many people loved him, admired him and resected him. May the good Lord give you comfort to get through this difficult time and may you rebound with smiles and all the pleasant memories of your 44 years of marriage. With much affection, George K Lavas

  12. Dear Joyce, words cannot express how truly sorry I am to hear about Larry’s passing. I am totally heart broken, as is so many other people who have had the honor of knowing him. Larry was a great man and had a heart of gold. He was always willing to help out people in any way he could. People at Canon would always say to me how lucky I was to have worked for him. I always knew that and am ever so grateful to have worked for him for 23 years. Please take comfort in knowing that God is watching over him as he is now reunited with his mom and dad . I know that he loved and missed them very much. He may be gone, but he will certainly never be forgotten. He will truly be missed. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this very difficult time.

  13. Joyce, I am very sorry for your loss. Larry was a wonderful person with a heart of gold. I always enjoyed being in his company. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  14. May God bless you on your journey. Many prayers and much love will travel with you. Rest in peace, Larry, in Heaven’s warm bright light. Rita and Richard

  15. Dear Joyce and family:I am shocked and very saddened to hear of Larry’s passing. He was such a wonderful friend. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Love and arms around,Josie

  16. Dear Joyce, I’m not sure if you remember me from Canon! I worked with Larry for 7 years. I am so deeply sorry to hear oh his passing, my deepest sympathy to you and your family∩┐╜≡ƒÆö

  17. Dear Joyce, I’m not sure if you remember me from Canon! I worked with Larry for 7 years. I am so deeply sorry to hear oh his passing, my deepest sympathy to you and your family∩┐╜≡ƒÆö

  18. Dear Joyce. So sorry on the loss of your beloved Larry. I worked with him at Canon and met him in 1980. He was caring with such a big heart and a wonderful friend. He was the face of Canon and was loved by all. Again, my sympathies to you and your family at this difficult time.

  19. Joyce I am so sorry to hear this news . I knew Larry for 17 years while I worked with Canon as a vendor. He was always a steady force at Canon and one of the most inspirational people I have ever met. He always did the right thing for the employees of Canon . And most of all a good friend I will keep his kind and helping ways in my thoughts . my condolences to you and your family .

  20. Joyce: So many hearts are heavy with the passing of Larry. He was a best friend. We all will miss him so very much. If I may, there is a quote that says: “You can judge the character of a person by how they treat people who can do nothing for them.� This was the epitome of Larry Giglio.Joyce, our love and prayers are with you. With much love:The Catuosco Family

  21. Joyce: So many hearts are heavy with the passing of Larry. He was a best friend. We all will miss him so very much. If I may, there is a quote that says: “You can judge the character of a person by how they treat people who can do nothing for them.� This was the epitome of Larry Giglio.Joyce, our love and prayers are with you. With much love:The Catuosco Family

  22. So saddened by this news. Larry, you were a kind man and brightened our work days here at Canon. Rest in Peace, friend.

  23. My condolences… to Joyce and the Giglio family. Memories of Larry, I hold close to my heart. He was always caring and looking out for everyone. He was one of the most genuine human beings, that I had ever met. I will cherish his memory, dearly. He was a close friend. The fact that he is no longer here, will forever leave a pain in my heart… Rest In Peace Larry… I will always miss you. ≡ƒÆö≡ƒÆö∩┐╜∩┐╜

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