Condolence & Memory Journal

Jeanne and family,

I just now learned of and regret hearing of Larry's passing. He was one of the individuals I truly respected and enjoyed working with, both while at Ebasco and after he left to join (at that time) HL&P. First met Larry in Florida at St. Lucie and then joined him in Texas for WAParish and Allens Creek. Georgia and I pass along our condolences and best wishes to you and the rest of your family.

Frank & Georgia Jones
Sugar Hill, GA

Posted by A friend   June 03, 2015

Jeanne, I was saddened to learn of Larry's passing; he was definitely one of the best persons I have ever had the pleasure to work for. He truly cared for the people on his team and he inspired others to be their best. I particularly recall that when construction of St. Lucie Unit 2 was halted in the mid-70s, Larry insisted, against direction from upper management, that all of the employees be told rather than to have them read it in the paper over the weekend. I have often thought of your hospitality to me back in Florida and regret that I never had another chance to work with Larry.

Posted by Mike Shannon - Denver   June 03, 2015

I knew of Mr. Horrigan when I first started working at HL&P, but really came to know who he was at the Connect center when he took over the SAP Implementation project. It was a priviledge working with him. I remember his retirement and how Jeanne and some of his family came up to partake in the event. What great, personable leader he was. I'll miss him and am grateful I got to know him and see him on a day-to-day basis.

Posted by Carmela Wadding - TX   April 30, 2015

We were saddened to learn of Larry's passing and always enjoyed our conversations and visits over lunch. May wonderful memories fill your days and God's love surround you and the family always.
Ruth and Fred Stoerkel

Posted by A friend   April 02, 2015

Larry will be eternally missed. He was a great leader of ours at our work making sure that we all knew what was expected of us but he also was genuinely concerned about our families and family life. I remember him being the first to call to see if we were all right the morning after Hurricane Alicia. Our condolences to Jeanne and Family and you can be assured of our friendship forever.
Dick and Linda Brzezinski

Posted by A friend   March 31, 2015

Jeanne, I recall some special occasions with you and Larry both at your home, and in the course of "business". I admired Larry for his creativeness, sense of humor, and for both of you for your genuine interest in people. God Bless. Dianne and Fred McGuire

Posted by A friend   March 31, 2015

To Horrigan Family

So sorry for your loss. May the God of Peace continue to be with you and bring you comfort in your time of need. Roman 15:33

Houston, TX

Posted by A friend   March 31, 2015

Jeanne and Family, We are sorry for your loss. I first met Larry in 1968 at the Cedar Bayou power plant in Baytown being constructed by Ebasco. I learned a lot from and always enjoyed being around him. Richard Alexander

Posted by Richard and Jane Alexander - Katy, TX   March 30, 2015

My condolences to the Horrigan family. It was my great pleasure to know Larry as a friend and colleague. He offered leadership in both the working world and about life itself. He was truly an inspiration.

Posted by Mike Zaydel - Lago Vista, TX   March 30, 2015

Our sincere condolences, thoughts, and prayers for your family.

Posted by Aaron and Mary Trevino - Richmond, TX   March 30, 2015

Deepest condolences for the family. Larry was a great man and will be dearly missed, but remembered always. Will never forget his kindness, quick wit, and ethics.

Posted by Jim MacRae - Southport, NC   March 30, 2015

I worked for Larry on W.A.Parish and Limestone projects. He was great to work for and always had a kind word for everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this time of sorrow.

Posted by Gene Frankart - Houston, TX   March 30, 2015

Our prayers and our friendship are with you Jeanne. Larry was a special man. Working with Larry and being guided by his leadership was a real gift. Knowing both you and Larry is a greater gift. God bless you.

Posted by Mike / Lynette Kuznar - Sugar Land, TX   March 30, 2015

We will miss Larry. He lead us through some pretty good times when we were building the big coal plants and finally the SAP implementation. He was a great leader and he always remembered your name. It was an honor to have known and worked with him.

God bless Jeanne and the family.

Posted by Jack Blackburn - Friendswood, TX   March 30, 2015

It is with great sadness that I have learned of Mr. Horrigan's passing. I worked for Mr. Horrigan for a number of years and always had the upmost respect for him. I would like to offer my sincere condolenses to the entire family and pray that God gives you all the strength you need during this time.

Posted by Janice Morris - Cypress, TX   March 30, 2015

Oh too fast it happened...oh how sad our hearts are; but oh Uncle Larry, how blessed we are to have memories from times & moments shared together etched in our minds. Our few visits to TX, your visits to MA, Telephone calls, emails, birthday messages, Christmas letters and of course photos and slide shows dating way back in the days, always kept us close. We will miss you and your "Uncle Larry smile and laugh" that we all know so well. Please know, even though distance separates our families, you, Aunt Jeanne, Debbie & Carole and their families, are in our thoughts and prayers and remain close to our hearts in this difficult time and always. Love you, Nancy, Tom, Brad & Rachel

Posted by Nancy &Tom Kulis - Clinton, MA   March 29, 2015

Larry was a great man. A man of true honor. His leadership influenced many people in such positive ways. He was greatly respected and loved. I am honored to call Jean and Larry friends. God bless the Horrigan family.

Posted by A friend   March 29, 2015