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Lawrence Robinson

In Loving Memory

Robinson, Lawrence

Lawrence Robinson was born on January 19, 1943 to Samuel and Virginia (nee Sampson) Robinson in St. Louis, MO and entered into rest on January 16, 2024 at the age of 80.

Loving husband of 56 years to Barbara (nee Aiello) Robinson. Dear father of Chrisy (Tim) Smith, and Tony (Linda) Aiello. Loving grandfather of Lindsay (Kyle) Wiesbach. Dear brother, uncle, cousin and friend.

Larry was known as the ‘Swapmeister’ who collected vintage car parts, and classic cars. He was the owner/operator of Larry’s Towing. Larry was an avid collector of anything to do with cars, and he also loved to drag race!

SERVICES: A memorial Visitation will be held at Kutis South County Funeral Home 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd., on Saturday, January 27 from noon until time of Memorial Service at 4 pm.


4 thoughts on “Robinson, Lawrence”

  1. Will miss Larry and his Orange crate hot rod. Did many racing and car show events with Larry over the pas 30 plus years. My condolences to Larry’s family and prayers.

  2. Larry lived across the street from my Grandma.
    I remember as a kid, he had a towing business and had Larry’s Towing on the side of his truck. He had many friends that would come over with their hot rods.
    That caught my interest and began talking to Larry all the time whenever I was at my Grandma’s house. Unbeknown to me at the time, he was friends with both my brother and father.
    When all of us would go to a Car show, we would see Larry all the time …and when I say all the time, I mean all the time. That Willie’s that he had with “Larry’s Express” on the side stood out so much. You knew Larry was there when that car was there.
    All of us did not see Larry as a friend, but as family. We couldn’t get away from him – one conversation would lead to another. Such a great, fun, genuine guy to be around.
    I remember having to call Larry in 2009 to let him know when my mom had passed. Though he didn’t talk much to my mom, he cared about us and our family in his own way. He was so mad and handed the phone over to his wife Barb as he couldn’t take the news.
    Oddly enough, that made me smile. Really showed that he cared.
    I recently seen Larry outside, while driving through my Grandma’s subdivision. I had to do a U turn and stop and say hi. When he seen me stop, and get out of my truck, he had the biggest smile on his face.
    As we talked, the lady who lives in my grandma’s house came out, and Larry yelled across the street “This is the grandson of the woman who originally owned that house!” I politely told Larry that all of Fenton did not need to know who I was. That made him laugh.
    Throughout the years, I only seen Larry a handful of times. Hearing of his passing, really hit me hard.
    I’ll always remember him and his tow truck, his pinball games, his many friends that came by the house, and his genuine personality.
    I know he’ll be missed by not only his family, but many people throughout the car world. I’m glad to be part of both.
    Rest easy Larry.

  3. Always had fun with Larry and Barb. We begged Barb to leave him but she just wouldn’t 😉
    Larry had a lot of nicknames around the car show / swap meet circuit and he lived up to everyone of them proudly.
    He will always be missed.
    Much prayers and love,
    shawn green and the camaro central team


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