How do I Find an Obituary for my Brother, Lawrence Armand Prince?

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I found out just Yesterday my Brother, Lawrence, (Larry ) Armand Prince, D.O.B. 2/23/1949. Passed Away in Dec. of Last Year in Miami, Florida. He May Have Been Living in Danai, Florida at the Time of his Passing. I do Not Have the Day in Dec. I need help Finding His Obituary and Whether or not he had a Family. Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated.  Thank You All So Much.
WikiTree profile: Larry Prince
in Genealogy Help by Crystal Tyrrell G2G3 (3.5k points)
My son is Larry's son.  We're you able to find his Obit?
Hello Linda. I Was Able to Obtain a Copy of Larry's Obituary. I Would Love to Hear From You, if You Are Willing to Make Contact. Thank You So Much for Your Response.

 Blessings to You and Yours, Always,

  Crystal
Crystal,

Can you tell me where the Obituary is?  I am willing to make contact, is there a way to send private messages?

Linda

2 Answers

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I'm not finding an obit for him, some public records with addresses and a possible divorce record is all I can find. I can send you that info if you dont already have it
by Christina Mckeithan G2G6 Mach 1 (12.0k points)
Thank You So Much for Trying, Christina. I Appreciate the Effort. I Found the Same Information on Ancestry. I Did Update his Profile There to Record his Death. I'm waiting on a Copy of his Death Certificate my Other Brother Ordered. That Will, At Least, Give the Date of Death. Hopefully Something Will Turn Up Soon.

 Thank You, Again, for Trying.

  Crystal
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I haven't found an obituary either. I do see a newspaper photo that may include him. I am looking at the South Florida Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL) dated 24Mar2006. The caption on the photo says "Good Times: Above, Larry Prince, foreground, and Frank Albrecht serve a dinner of corned beef, potatoes and cabbage to Germaine Bouchard during the St. Patrick's Day celebration March 19 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 11 SW 11th Ave., in Fort Lauderdale. The event was sponsored by the church's men's club and included musical entertainment from The Black Diamond Band. At left band member Roland Provencher blows a tune on his harmonica during the festivities."

Do you think this might be relevant? I can send you a clipping if so. Please send me a private message through WikiTree if you would like me to do this.

I'll keep looking.
by Susan Keil G2G6 Mach 5 (59.1k points)

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