Lawrence P. McAlister

Lawrence P. McAlister

McAlister, Lawrence-- Age 70, of Miller Place, formerly of Commack, passed on February 19, 2016. Lawrence was a retired member of the New York City Police Department Emergency Service Unit as well as an avid golfer. Beloved husband of Lois. Adored father of Larry (Sinead), Patricia (Mike) and the late Michael. Proud grandfather of Reegan, Patrick, Ryan, Amanda, Lauren, Ryleigh and Emily. Loving brother of Jimmy, Marge, the late Gerald and the late Donald.

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  1. Larry, I know you from our growing up days in Clason Point. Jerry and I are saddened to hear of your passing and extend our deepest condolences to your family.Jerry and Dolores Murphy

  2. Larry will always be in my heart . Words can not express how very much I will miss my dear friend. I will try to find solace in the memories of the good times we shared, Kevin

  3. Big Larry you will be missed dearly but remembered forever. You were one of the most kindest and giving persons I’ve ever met. You opened up your home to me as if I were you son. Rest in Peace for ever and ever.

  4. Although we knew Larry only briefly, his warmth and loving nature endeared him to us and our grandchildren. His selflessness was evident so often when we needed assistance with a wheelchair for our grandchild. He gave of himself so freely and always with a welcoming smile during each visit to Miller Avenue School. Our world was made better because of Larry. Rest in Peace

  5. I shed many tears and laughs with Larry. Many while laughing and some dealing with life events. Lawrence you will be missed. travel well my friend.

  6. So very sorry to hear about Larry’s passing. He was a wonderful, thoughtful man with a gregarious Irish personality. We will always be thankful to Larry for his kindness to our family. Blue blood runs in your family as it does in ours and we know that God has a special place for police officers in heaven. We are in Florida, but our thoughts and prayers are with you.With our deepest sympathy,Carolyn and Bob Kall.

  7. ESU TRAINING SCHOOL TAUGHT ME ALOT BUT YOU AND DENNIS ALONG WITH OTHER T-10 DINOSAURS SHOWED ME WHAT MAKES AN EMAN, I WILL MISS YOU MY BROTHER.

  8. Big Larry, I loved you as though you were my own father. In many ways, you served as a father to me after my own Dad died. You were a funny, kind hearted and very hard working man and I always admired you. You loved your family with all your heart and they loved you just as much. You will be so missed. Rest in peace with Michael. ~Rachel

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