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Larry Comstock, ’66. 1948-2017
Died on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Obituary below COMMENTS.

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Jeff Nix, '67. on March 31, 2017 at 5:58 AM said:

Larry was one of the good guys. I can still see him in my minds eye, bringing the ball up the court, in "B" Basketball...and a good player he was. Condolences to the Comstock family. Rest peacefully, Larry.
Terry Hackett, ‘66 on March 29, 2017 at 2:20 PM said:

Larry, ol' buddy, I was very sorry to hear the news.
We missed you at the 50th, but knew you were not feeling well.
We had a lot of great times thru the years. We would play two in two on two on your driveway into the night. You would drive around me and score as if my feet were nailed to the concrete. You were the heart and soul of our SHHS basketball team, and a real leader on and off the floor. Peace be with you my friend, and your family. You are remembered by all of your pals and the Class of '66 with great affection, terry
John P. Schulze '67 on March 28, 2017 at 12:20 AM said:

My father (James )mgr of the Cubs and past president of Golden Hill Little League, said. "Larry was one of the best players l ever coached"

He will be missed by all, and of course Larry and his dad did EVERYBODY'S plumbing in those days. thanks for the memories
Jan Comstock Dell'Ario on March 27, 2017 at 5:05 PM said:

Thank you for posting this info about my brother. I must say that as soon as I saw his basketball picture a flood of memories of "having to go to EVERY basketball game he ever played" came back to my muscle memory. I was honored to be his "little sister that nobody knew he had." lol. He came to every dance recital I had, so we were even. Though we both live/lived in our little paradise of rural Idaho on the Salmon River, there will be a gathering in April in Fullerton for all of our Sunny Hlls friends. I will repost as soon as the details are firm. I look forward to spending that time with you.
Share the love, Jan Comstock Dell'Ario
Lowell Baker, ‘66 on March 26, 2017 at 5:08 PM said:

Sorry to hear Larry passed. Loved watching him zip around the BBCt right thru the taller players. He did the plumbing on my house in Orange. Very fair in his billing. That was 20+ years ago. Larry will be missed by all. In these days, we all miss moral people.
Charlie Hale, ‘66 on March 26, 2017 at 1:04 PM said:

shared so many memories in sports together. The Cubs, in Little League and 2 yrs playing Basketball for SHHS. RIP, my friend.
Bill Brehm, ‘66 on March 26, 2017 at 1:04 PM said:

So sorry to hear of this yesterday. Larry will be greatly missed. My memories of him- as a great friend, classmate, teammate, co-captain, confidante, roommate - will last forever. I'm grateful we were able to reconnect this year and share so many memories. I know he was at peace and that he felt blessed by his family and friends.

Mike, DK, Mac, Nancy, Rick, Jim, Warren, Comstock family and all other Lancer friends who I know are hurting today, I share your mourning of this sad news. Goodbye Larry, RIP, and thanks for all those "assists" on the court and in life... Bill Brehm '66
Bob Robbins, ‘65 on March 25, 2017 at 9:04 PM said:

Larry was a good man, and will be missed by many! RIP Friend!

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Larry L. Comstock 

(March 27, 1948 - March 25, 2017) 


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Larry Comstock, 68 of Salmon, passed away in his sleep March 25, 2017, at his home in Elk Bend. Larry Comstock was born and raised in Fullerton, California. He graduated from Sunny Hills High School in 1966 and California State Fullerton with a business degree. He worked in the family plumbing business after college and took over the business in 1991.


Larry is survived by his children, Jennifer (Karl) Zener and children Emma, Sophie and Ellie of Fullerton, California, Jaimarie (Mike) Manzer and children Jackson, Lucy and Max of La Habra, California, and Jeffrey (Lilly) Comstock and son Nolan of La Habra, California.


He is also survived by his loving wife, Patricia (Tish) Comstock; her daughter, Rian (Rich) Williams and children Andrew, Loren and Allison of Perris, California.


Larry’s favorite sister and brother-in-law, Jan and Marc Dell’Ario also reside in Elk Bend.


Larry and Tish have made their home on the Salmon River since 2006. Memorial services are Saturday, April 1, 2017, at 4 p.m. at the QRU in Elk Bend, 120 Antelope Road.


Arrangements are under the direction of Jones and Casey Funeral Home. www.jonesandcaseyfh.com



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He was a great Lancer. I remember him very fondly. - Wayne Redfearn, ’65. wredfearn@cox.net, 949-632-9282  March 25, 2017






Thanks to Jim Arnold, ’66.