Larry Feldman
(1958 - 2009)

Larry Feldman

February 6, 1958

March 11, 2009

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Was just thinking about you...miss you
Matthew Frank (Friend)
November 19th, 2013
I miss you every day Larry.
Karen Antuzzi (sister)
December 20th, 2011
You have tought me alot about life.
Joel Brenner (Friend)
November 18th, 2010
Where do you begin after 41 years of losing a best friend,big brother,mentor, confidante and someone I highly respected.The simple answer that applies here is with the greatest of difficulty. When I was 9 and Larry was 10, our familes quickly embraced one another and became intertwined at the right time. Even though Larry and I were in different grades, we instantly hit it off and from that point on we formed a 41 year friendship. This was filled with mutual admiration, deep respect and a love that always remained unsaid but we always knew. I always felt Larry was more of a big brother to me and when my older brother passed away almost 6 years ago at the age of 45, Larry was there for me before and after his passing. His profoundness was extremely soothing and he had this uncanny abilty to always have that most appropriate thing say to bring you back up a notch.The fact that I was Larry's oldest friend for 41 years spoke volumes to the both of us and every year we would say "can you believe we know each other for -- years"? I know how much that meant to Larry and we both treasured a very special and unique friendship that could never be duplicated. We were in unrelated businesses and we always enjoyed the banter of "how's business" and I would reply and then ask him "how is business in his world" which would lead us down many different paths in conversation. He would offer his opinions, objectiveness,inquisitiveness and always brought many valid points up without even being in my field. Larry I always looked up to and will always have a profound effect on my life. We never in 41 years ever fought which is so rare in such a long friendship. We both played sports together ever so competitively but I will tell you that he was a gifted athlete in all sports we enjoyed. The fact is that Larry elevated my game by the constant challenge of trying to beat him. We as kids played many rough tackle football in my backyard and let me say that we all had some fierce games back then. Our next love was tennis which were some of the most explosive games we would play over at the five corners courts. Blaire and even my own family could attest to witnessing some of the most intense tennis we have ever played. Once again Larry helped elevate my own game to compete with him and he to this day made me a much better player. We actually had groups of people that would sit down on the benches or stand up and watch us which was a compliment to both of us. The next game that became so adiciting for us was golf.We started playing as teenagers and then of course until recently.Larry had one of the most fluid golf swings I have ever seen for an amateur. Once again he brought my own game up a notch and we had so many great memories of playing at one another's club and even way back when we were younger. He played fiercely just as if he was in a business mode. The fact is other than sports, Larry taught me about being more positive, the meaning of friendship,humility, being more introspective,and how important family is and that life is way too short and live each and every day as if it was your last. I promise to watch over Blaire, Cooper and Mallie and to always keep them out of harm's way as I know you would want me to. Larry I only wish I had the opportunity to have told you I love you and how much your friendship meant the world to me and your loss is uncomprehensible. You will always live in my heart and I think about you every day and I am left with all the treasured memories that will live on forever. I miss you more than you will ever know and May you rest in peace.
Love Always,
Gregg Saul
Gregg Saul (Friend / Brother)
April 3rd, 2009
just wanted to put these in for you:
ELDMAN--Lawrence S. Farrell Fritz, P.C. deeply regrets the passing of Larry Feldman, their partner and friend for many years. Larry was born on February 6, 1958. He was educated at Drew University and received a law degree from Touro Law School in 1983. Larry joined Farrell Fritz in 2002 as a partner in the Real Estate and Land Use Groups. Throughout his years as an attorney, Mr. Feldman was a trusted adviser to real estate owners and developers as well as business owners, tenants and real estate professionals alike. He served as counsel to the Commercial Industrial Brokers Society ("CIBS"), where he developed an excellent working relationship with every major brokerage house and substantially every active member of CIBS. Mr. Feldman was involved in the Men's Division of the Schneider's Children's Medical Hospital, and, from 1997 through 2002, served on the board of directors of the Huntington Arts Council. He was most recently involved with some of the most exciting and innovative commercial real estate development projects on Long Island. Larry was a distinguished lawyer, an astute businessman, a thoughtful mentor, and a wise and compassionate human being. He will be sorely missed and fondly remembered. Larry is survived by his wife, Blaire; a son, Cooper; a daughter, Mallie; and three sisters, Alisa Secofsky, Jane Ornato and Karen Antuzzi.
debbie sondock (friend)
March 22nd, 2009
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"Blaire, May his memory be for a blessing and bring you comfort at this difficult time. Love Amy"
Amy Mantione
March 13th, 2009


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