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Larry J. Binotto

  • On April 24, 2019
  • 17 Comments

Larry J. Binotto, age 72 of McMurray passed away on April 22, 2019.

Born on September 22, 1946, he was the son of the late Mary and John Binotto.

Loving father of Staci (Binotto) Martin and Erica (Binotto) Martin; dear brother of Jeanine (Bill) Smith, Gary (Ceri) Binotto and John (Nancy) Binotto Jr.; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Larry loved to golf and fish.  He enjoyed having extended witty conversations with family and friends. He will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

At the family’s request all services will be private.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at PittsburghCremation.com.

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17 Comments

Don Binotto
  • Apr 24 2019
Larry I am truly going to miss you. I think of you every day and will never forget our Myrtle Beach days golfing, chasing, playing pool and enjoying life only as I knew we could. You were always the silky smooth talker and I was your wing man. I had much to learn from the “old bull”. When you tee it up again I am sure you will still have that wicked slice. Those Myrtle memories will keep me smiling till the day i stop breathing. Larry, say hello to Mel. I am sure he awaits to entertain you again. Just don’t tell him about the look his wife gave to you every time you walked into his diner and motel. I trust he still has a $16/night room for you! Until we meet again - Aim left off the tee and RIP! Your cuz - Donnie
LUCILLE Binotto
  • Apr 25 2019
Our deepest sympathy and prayers to all. Love always, Matt and Lucy Binotto
Jonathan Curry
  • Apr 25 2019
Jeanine, Gary, John and family – We are deeply saddened to hear of Larry’s passing and your loss. Let us all remember his positivity and the good times had with him! May he rest in peace. With our sympathy, Jon, Beth, Emily and Julianna
Ava Binotto
  • Apr 25 2019
Our deepest sympathy From Mike Ava and Uncle Bill And family
Phil Binotto
  • Apr 25 2019
Dear Staci, Martin and Erica and family I am so sorry for your loss. Larry was a dear and great cousin. I will always remember the fishing trips with him and the fun and crazy times we had when we were growing up on the farm. He was always fun to be with and well versed in any conversation topic. He was one of the kindest persons I have ever known, and he was always willing to help, no matter what. He will surely be missed by all, and passed way too young in life. Warm Regards Cousin Phil
Paula Fandel
  • Apr 25 2019
Dearest Cousins, Please accept my deepest condolences. May warm memories comfort you during this time. When I’ll always remember of Larry, is his handsome smile and his witty banter. I’m sure he was greeted with a big hug from his parents and other friends and family that passed before him. Much love from Adolph Bintto family, Paula
Patty
  • Apr 25 2019
I have the best memories of babysitting Larry, Jeanine, and Gary, when I was a teenager! They were the best children ever!Will always love them all. COUSIN, Patty
Melinda Banach
  • Apr 25 2019
Jeanine, Gary, John and Family, So sad to hear of Larry's passing. Sending our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers. There's a Binotto reunion in heaven that's been brightened with his handsome smile. Love you all, Cousin Melinda and family
Bonnie Davis
  • Apr 25 2019
Deepest sympathy from the Marie Binotto Herman family. I remember Larry as that handsome cousin. Peace.
Denise Patten
  • Apr 26 2019
Many thoughts and prayers to the entire Binotto family with the passing of Larry. My heart hurts for all of you. Lar, Rest in Peace my dear friend. So many wonderful memories will stay in Blake’s and my heart forever. We will never forget all the great times we had fishing, golfing, vacations, family picnics and holiday gatherings. But most of all, all the interesting discussions we had about life. Thank you so much for being a wonderful father figure to Blake and always being there for him. He loves you dearly. I am sure your Mom, Dad, Pam and the rest of your family and friends have opened their arms to your arrival. Heaven truly gained an Angel. With Love, Denise and Blake.
Sandy Smith
  • Apr 26 2019
So sorry for Larry and all of his family and friends. He passed on way too soon. Hopefully good memories will help to keep his memory alive. He was a good man having stayed with his father so he could remain in his home. Love and hugs to all of you. Dave and Sandy Smith and families from Maryland and North Carolina.
richard curry
  • Apr 26 2019
Bert and I are filled with sadness at Larry's passing. Such great memories of Larry at family get-togethers over the years. Hoped there would be more.Larry always brought a smile,laughter and great conversation and genuine kindness.We've all lost a great guy.
Jennifer Sartori
  • Apr 26 2019
Larry, I can't believe I will never see or speak with you again. We had lots of fun times. I will miss your stories and humor. My deepest sympathies to the family.
Jim and Sue Wilkins Kahn
  • Apr 26 2019
Jeanine, Gary and John we are so saddened to hear about Larry’s passing. Just know you are in our hearts and prayers. Love you guys.
Jack Besselman
  • Apr 26 2019
Larry was truly a dear friend of mine. I always looked forward to our conversations. He made me laugh and hopefully I made him laugh. He was a gentle soul. We shared good times golfing, listening to music, going to baseball games, watching Steeler games. I can't believe how much I am going to miss him. To his family, my deepest sympathies.
Carolyn Vezxi
  • Apr 27 2019
Dear Jeanine,Gary,John and family I was so saddened to hear of Larry’s passing. Our birthdays were just months apart and as children we were playmates and good friends. We always hung out together when visiting grandma Binotto and Aunt Helen, what fun we had. We will all miss him, but knowing he is with the family in heaven brings a smile to my face. Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Carolyn, Rich &Family
Ashley Kube
  • Apr 27 2019
Oh Uncle Larry, I hope you find big foot and the answers to aliens. You were such great company and always had a good story to tell. I know you enjoyed life to its fullest and you sure will be missed! Give some bigs hugs to everyone for us. We are gonna miss you! I will eat some cheese and drink some good wine for you! Your little mouse.
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