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Lawrence (Larry) Keith Pines
May 25, 1947 ~ December 20, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Lawrence (Larry) Keith Pines of Ossining NY passed away at Phelps Hospital in Sleepy Hollow, NY on December 20, 2023. Larry was beloved as a father, brother, uncle, husband, friend and tennis partner. He was 76 at the time of his passing.
Larry was born in New York, NY February 25, 1947, son of Jerome and Ethel. Larry moved frequently during his childhood due to his father’s work as a rabbi. Larry attended college at George Washington University in Washington, DC where he graduated with a degree in Accounting in 1968. While at GW, Larry was introduced to Joyce Hegyi by his fraternity brother Frankie Levinson. Larry & Joyce married in 1972, and settled in Briarcliff Manor in 1976 where they lived until moving to Ossining in 2011.
Larry has three surviving sons, Zachary, Samuel & Jedidiah, and six grandchildren, along with his brother Wayne and sister Alice.
Larry’s career was as an accountant and he instilled strong business values in his sons who have all gone on to careers centered around entrepreneurship. Larry was a fixture in the Briarcliff tennis circuit for decades including forming a formidable double team with his partner Louis Wachtel and a regular member of Briarcliff’s platform tennis games which have been tributed at local restaurant Squire’s on their wall of fame. Larry was also a coach to his sons across many sports including baseball, and enjoyed golfing and playing poker.
Donations are suggested for The Special Olympics to honor Larry’s interest in sports.