Larry R. Lagasca
Larry Robert Lagasca, 75, of Beverly Hills, FL, formerly of Lisle, IL, at rest September 8, 2021. Born January 8, 1946 in Melrose Park, IL to Ricardo and Eleuteria Lagasca. Beloved husband of Luz Thelta (nee Montilla); loving father of Apryl Lagasca and Tiffany (Sean Velez) Lagasca, adopted father of Eric Terez; devoted grandfather of Andre, Jaiden, Kailani and Lynnox; dearest brother of Richard and Eugene Lagasca. Loved by all in the Lagasca and Montilla families. Memorial Mass Wednesday 11 A.M. September 22, 2021 St. Joan of Arc Church, Lisle. Info 630-852-8000 or www.westsuburbanfh.com.
MEMORIAL CARDS MAY BE SENT IN CARE OF CAPPETTA’S WEST SUBURBAN FUNERAL HOME
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE MEMORIAL MASS PLEASE JOIN THE FAMILY IN A CELEBRATION OF LIFE AT:
COUNTRY LAKES CLUBHOUSE
4S 794 PINEHURST DRIVE
- Memorial Mass
- Wednesday, September 22, 2021
- 11:00 AM
- St Joan of Arc Church 820 Division St Lisle, Illinois
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Words are not enough to express our deepest condolences to Auntie Inday, April, Tiffany and family. Our hearts and everlasting prayers goes out to you all. We are grateful to have the opportunity to share some memories with Uncle Larry. Love always, Benito, Linda and Kookie.
Always on our minds. Forever in our hearts ♥️♥️♥️… It’ll never be the same without you. We’re beyond grateful for taking care of us and loving us like your own. We’ll definitely miss your cooking. Won’t be able to call you anymore so you can make us adobo, meatloaf, Lagasca spaghetti, and your famous Brisket. Hope you left your recipes with Tiff (T Lagasca Velez). Sad to see you leave so soon 😭😭😭 but it’s time for you to go. Bye for now. Rest easy uncle Larr 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 See yah on the other side. We love you so much 💕💕💕 ~ The Terez Family ~ (Ate Lits, Eric, Lani, John, Marilene, Babette, Rodney, Rubs, Stephen, Karl and all the kids)
I probably started this and deleted it about a thousand times because I still can’t come to terms. How could I? How do I even put the perfect words together to describe the immense impact you had on my life? I can’t repay you enough for the amount of laughs you gave me. I can’t repay you enough for the things you taught me and the guidance you gave me. Certainly, I can never repay you enough for all of the special meals you made created by perfection and love.
To the person who taught me the cha-cha slide, the electric slide, and the Cupid shuffle. To the person who taught me to always be strong no matter what. To the person who taught me to always be yourself and never care about what they’ll say or how they’ll think. You are the epitome of extra-ordinary. You had the personality that only comes once in a lifetime. A forever kid at heart. Forever in my heart.
What I would give to cha-cha slide with you one more time. What I would do to smell your food and walk in the kitchen one more time to say “what’s cookin’ Lolo?” What I would do to hear you ask if I wanted a ride one more time. What I would do to hear you ask the DJ to play Cupid shuffle.
“Goodbyes are not forever. Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean I’ll miss you until we meet again”
My Chef Lolo ❤️