In Memory

Larry Wolf

Larry Wolf

Lawrence (Larry) Sanford, age 69 passed away October 26, 2016, beloved son of Bess Wolf and the late Maurice Wolf, devoted father of Joseph (Christa) Wolf, Steven (Jennifer) Wolf, Richard (Rachel) Wolf and Robert Wolf, dear brother of Kenneth (Madeline) Wolf, loving grandfather of Avery and Ella Giesler, Rylie, Brayden and Dylan Wolf, also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Graveside services Friday, October 28, 11:00 AM at United Jewish Cemetery, 7885 Ivygate Ln, Montgomery, OH 45242. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions to Adath Israel Congregation or Kenwood Terrace would be appreciated.

Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Oct. 27, 2016


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10/28/16 09:24 AM #3    

Carol Smith (Holtz)

I remember Larry from Bond Hill School as well as Woodward High.  What a great guy!  How sad that he is gone.  May he rest in peace.

Carol Smith Holtz

10/28/16 10:57 AM #4    

Larry Knapp

Larry had a rough life these last few years. May he rest in peace. Many may not know that he was the brother-in-law of Steve Lehrer.  My sympathy goes out to his wife Suzi, his sons and grandchildren.

10/28/16 11:00 AM #5    

Jill Harris (Goldstein)

Larry was a really nice person who will be missed.  My condolences go out to his family. 

May his memory serve as a blessing

Jill (Harris) Goldstein

10/28/16 11:09 AM #6    

Dale Meyers

Larry was a funny guy with a funny sense of humor. That's how I'll remember him. We were friends from elementary school. We lived a couple of blocks apart in a Bond Hill neighborhood rife with kids our age. Unfortunately, the last few years of Larry's life were lived out in a nursing home as he was a victim of early onset Alzheimer's. I made sure I visited him each time I was in Cincy. Each time I would find him in the lobby sitting with his Mother (who will soon be 100). She visited him EVERY day, even though you couldn't really have a conversation with him - just yes or no type questions, basically. But, he would get a smirk on his face that made it sem as though he was still lucid, and up to something mischievous per the Larry of old. We are at that age when stuff like this happens. It makes us question our own mortality. You never know when you could be next. Live your life to the fullest as tomorrow could be your last day. Stay healthy, my friends. I hope I don't have to read any more of these obits for a long time.

10/28/16 11:56 AM #7    

Bari Fink (Silver)

I had known Larry since grade school & was always so sweet & caring! Had not seen him since High School, but he was someone who you couldn't forget.So sorry for his mother!       Bari Silver

10/29/16 12:05 PM #8    

Eddie Lewis

Larry Wolf was a good person.Always entertaining to be around. Larry always had a warm smile and 

was very real!  A warm heart and a great story to tell about his latest adventure.

See you again someday in our lives to come. 




10/30/16 07:29 PM #9    

William Harland


Larry --Always had a kind word, and glad to see everyone May he get the  welcome in the next life that he gave everyone in this life... R I P


10/31/16 06:46 AM #10    

Robert Bob Wilkinson

It's very easy to see how much Larry was liked my the number of class mates that have taken time to send their thoughts. Larry was that kind of special Guy.



11/01/16 06:22 PM #11    

James Myers

I remember Larry as a wise caring outgoing guy with a contageous smile--he loved everybody.  We shared many deep discussions about life, and what we were learning about ourselves back then.  Larry shared one of my deeply held beliefs that, back then, every home came with children automatically. I am certain that God wasted no time putting Larry to work as the greeter to the newly arrived, passing out welcome packets and directing newcomers to in-processing--Larry is that type of guy!  

Larry, God bless and keep 'em moving!  laugh 



11/01/16 07:44 PM #12    

Michael Rapaport

sorry to hear this bad news. rip larry



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