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Larry La Pidus

Passed away July 30th, 2019 at the age of 74.

Beloved husband of the late Randee La Pidus (nee Sadowsky). Loving father of Steven D. La Pidus. Dear brother of Julie (Avi) Nof and fond brother-in-law of Julie (Michael) Shlensky and Michael (Jane) Sadowsky. Dear uncle of Sharon (Derek) Bastin and Melissa (Pinny) Bulman, Jason (Sarah) and David (Chelsea) Shlensky and Jonathan and Daniel Sadowsky. Further survived by other loving relatives and dear friends.

Funeral service Thursday, August 1st at 11:00 AM at Congregation Shalom, 7630 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Fox Point. Burial to follow at Spring Hill Cemetery, 166 S. Hawley Ct., Milwaukee. Memorials to Congregation Shalom, the American Heart Association or Alzheimer’s Association appreciated.

Goodman-Bensman Whitefish Bay Funeral Home
4750 North Santa Monica Boulevard (414) 964-3111

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  1. Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin 08/05/2019 8:22 am

    On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer’s Association – thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. Memorial donations made in Larry’s name will be put to immediate use serving families and supporting research. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Dave Grams, Executive Director

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  2. Rocky and Janice Rochwerger 08/07/2019 11:53 am

    So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. Unfortunately, we were on vacation and did not hear about it until the day of our return, August 6. May he rest in peace.

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  3. Bob Bach 08/30/2019 4:07 pm

    I just learned of Larry’s death. Larry worked part time covering sports for a variety of Milwaukee radio stations. During the years I was reporting for WISN he and I spent many hours at Milwaukee County Stadium watching some not-so-good ball clubs. Radio and TV reporters in those days were assigned folding chair seats in an outdoor steel overhang at the stadium call the Loge –there were some cold nights. Larry was such a pleasure to converse with, on any number of subjects way beyond sports. I always enjoyed seeing him and admired the work he did for Milwaukee County and its vulnerable populations. A couple of years ago by chance I saw Larry and his son having supper at a restaurant on Port Washington Road. We had a great time catching up. Larry was a kind, sensitive human being who made our world a better place.I am happy to have known him. All my best to his family.

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