In Memory of

Lawrence ‘Larry’ Graystone



Graveside service on Saturday October 24, 2020 at 11:00am at Mount Tegart Cemetery, Tottenham.


With sadness the children of Lawrence (Larry) Graystone announce his passing October 19th 2020. Peacefully at home, with his daughter Christine by his side.

Graveside Service to be held this Saturday October 24th 2020. 11:00am Mount Tegart Cemetery 6328 4th Line Tottenham ON L0G 1W0. Gathering (masks required) for fond memories and refreshments to follow service. 12 noon Tottenham Legion Branch # 329 – 25 Richmond Street East Tottenham. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham. 905-936-3477

Print Obituary & Condolences Print Obituary & Condolences

Memorial Tribute

“Lawrence ‘Larry’ Graystone”
  1. Bill Cranston wrote:

    So sorry to hear about Larry’s passing. Played hockey with Larry in the late 70’s, known the family For many years, and my mom, couldn’t speak enough Good things about his wife, On their daily trips, to Work. all the best to the family. God Bless

  2. John Boyce wrote:

    Lawrence, rest in peace my friend. Breathe free and easy now. Our friendship will always be cherished. My sincere condolences to the entire Graystone family!

  3. Barry Kant wrote:

    My condolences to the Graystone family on Larry’s passing.

  4. michael P mckay wrote:

    The joy Lawrence brought to my life will never be forgotten…til we meet again my friend. REST IN PEACE. My deepest sympathy to the entire Graystone family.

  5. Dennis Pendlebury wrote:

    Sorry to hear of Larry’s passing.

    Dennis and Linda

  6. Tom Jackson wrote:

    My condolences to the Greystone family and Larry’s passing.

  7. Ron Fortier wrote:

    Sorry to hear of Larry leaving us Subbed as Goalie for us in Hillsburg we never lost a game Also helped me coach minor hockey team with his son as Goalie Very fantastic guy
    unconditionaly gave it all his efforts RIP

  8. Heather Graystone wrote:

    Thank you all for the condolences and thoughtful words. Yes my Dad’s love and commitment for hockey and boxing was remarkable. As is for everyone – life was not without ups and downs for our family too, but my Dad was a genuinely kind person with a charismatic and loving personality.

  9. Gary Coleman wrote:

    My sincere condolences to Graystone family. Larry was a true character that will be missed by many.

  10. Bob and Gail Matthews wrote:

    My sincere condolences to the Graystone family. We are so sorry for your loss.

  11. Vernon Burnie wrote:

    Sorry to hear of Larry’s passing, he was quite a character, they don’t make them like him anymore

  12. Lynda Kant Hastings wrote:

    Although I haven’t seen Larry for many years I remember our grade 8 visiting day at Banting…we were in Mr. Inkster’s class (french teacher) and Mr. Inkster started speaking in french. Larry lost it and started to laugh and the more french was spoken the more Larry laughed. We were all kicked out of the class. He was always up for a fun time. My deepest sympathy to the Gravestone family.

  13. Karen Skrien wrote:

    So sorry to hear about your loss. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

  14. Linda McCullough wrote:

    My condolences to the Graystone family.

  15. Mike and Diana Gendron wrote:

    A truly unique person, Lawrence was a loyal friend, always ready to help; and with his cheerful disposition, always able to bring laughter and enjoyment to any situation. Second only to viewing hockey games and “The Price is Right”, he especially enjoyed a long ride down country roads, followed by a laughter-filled meal at one of his favorite restaurants. During the forty or so years that we knew him, he was always a hard worker whether for pay or not, dedicated to accomplishing any task under his “supervision” – resulting in endless friendly arguments. Being somewhat of a nomad, with great regularity his “annual” moves to a new residence required our assistance to load and unload his “antiques” (he would call them) – always an occasion for more non-stop debate on how best to accomplish the task. A true reflection of his generosity and one of his proudest accomplishments, he donated a kidney to a improve the life of a nephew. We will forever cherish his time shared with us.

  16. Mary King wrote:

    Our sincere condolences to Larry’s entire family. He was always a great friend to Joe and we all enjoyed his company when he would visit our home. May he Rest In Peace.
    The King Family

  17. Mary (Cox) Hetherington wrote:

    I extend my condolences to the Graystone family. Remembering Larry in high school – he was full of life, always smiling and always getting up to something…..he will be missed.

  18. Carol-Lynne and Larry Smilsky wrote:

    So sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. I am sure you have some wonderful memories to draw on. Larry and I send our condolences.

  19. Robert Graystone wrote:

    Sorry to hear of everyone’s Loss
    Wishing everyone great memories & thoughts through this sad time.

  20. john softley wrote:

    Sorry cus, I just found out. No one told me. RIP

Please share your tribute ...