Larry Mascia

Larry J. Mascia

Sunday, December 27th, 1953 - Monday, November 2nd, 2020
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Daniel Rutz

Posted at 01:20pm
Well, my story begins with being a punk kid in the neighborhood, haha, I say Mr. Mascia out front of his house one day with his tow trucks. We got to talking and I said, I wanna learn this stuff. The next year him and Marge hired me to help with the towing and lock out services. They quickly made me feel more like a son, then an employee. Well, I got yelled at like a son too at times, haha. If Larry wasn't teaching me about towing and life, he was telling me stories, boy did he have stories, thinking now, I guess those stories were teaching me something, haha. After working for them for a few years, off to the Army I went.
Sadly, last time I saw Larry was at Mike Fitzpatrick's funeral. He was in front of me and I introduced him to my daughter (11) and I said to her, this is the man who helped straightened your father out, haha. Larry, looked at her and says, you know, your dad, I knew him when he was a punk kid, but he turned out to be a very good man now.
Whether it was at the steel mill, as a cop/constable, or even his towing business, there was NOTHING "generic" about Larry... to me, he was a class act.

Thank you for your service to your community. You are a true American Hero. I salute you with respects. Slow Hand Salute.
To the family & friends of this patriot, my sincere condolences.

Dan “Meatball” Rutz
Warriors Watch Riders / A Hero’s Welcome

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