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Lawrence Steven Grossman

July 13, 1965 — February 1, 2024


Grossman, Lawrence "Larry" Steven, 58, passed away on February 1, 2024. Born in Brooklyn, New York on July 13, 1965, to parents Jewell and Maxwell, he entered the world very sick and made a miracle recovery. Larry moved with his family to Miami, Florida at 4 years old, where he graduated from Sunset High School in 1984 and then studied at Miami Dade Community College. He belonged to various bowling leagues during his time in Miami and he spent many summers with his nieces and nephew keeping them laughing and sharing his favorite hobbies with them.

He later moved to Tampa, Florida to be closer to his sister, Donna, and her family. He worked in hospitality before retiring early due to health conditions. 

Larry had a very kind disposition and could spark a smile or laugh and connect with someone from just a simple weather report. He spent his days loving adrenaline-rushing activities; good days were full of roller coasters, horror movies, haunted houses, pinball machines, and fireworks.

He loved to be different, when he participated in fun runs and marathons, he did so walking backward wearing three watches with hologram faces.

He was a vibrant individual that could only be described as neon orange, a color he wore often.

He is survived by his family, who loved him dearly, his sister Donna Turner (Robert), his beloved nieces Tina Foreman (Mick) and Kimy Stallings (Charlie), and nephew George Marino (Jill) will all miss his electric spirit tremendously, along with sister Elaina Grossman-Amedure. His young grandnephews and nieces considered him a friend, sharing his love for animals, fun, games, and family.

A celebration of his life will be held at the Turner residence following a private funeral for the family.


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