Lawrence Angelo Breda
Lawrence Angelo Breda age 87, died suddenly, Tuesday January 24, 2017.
Larry as he was known, was born in Revere on October 12, 1929 the son of Maria (Seporiti) and Ernesto Breda. He is proceed by his brothers Lorenzo, Ernesto Jr. , Virgilo, and his sister Angela Breda.
In his youth he worked at both,The Revere Theater on Broadway, and The Beach View Theater in Revere, where he met the love of his life Dolores Landano.
He was proud to serve in the National Guard at camp Edwards in 1948. His life long friend the late Jerry Kaestner taught Larry photography at the late Anthony M Ferragamo’s Coronet Studio’s.
He worked in the printing industry for Forbes in Chelsea until its closing and then at Rust Craft Cards and Printing in Dedham, eventually retiring from Uni-graphic in Saugus.
Larry loved Ocean View Dance Hall on Revere Beach, where he enjoyed dancing for 25 cents on Saturdays with Dolores. He was a Member of Bellevue Golf Club, in Melrose for 38 years where he spent many joy filled days.
He was the loving husband of Dolores J. Breda (Landano) for 66 years. Beloved father to two daughters, Lorna Moss of Cumberland Foreside Maine, and Renee Santella and her husband Andrew of Marblehead. Cherished Grandfather to Jacqueline Moss, Daniel Moss, Matthew Moss, Adam Santella, and Alexis Santella. He leaves many nieces and nephews and good friends.
Services are private. However there will be a Memorial Celebration of Larry’s life in April at Bellevue Golf Club, all are invited to join.
Family and Friends may view, and post online condolences, get contact email, and see further information to join us at the Memorial Celebration in April at this website address below.
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I will never forget Larry. He was one of the nicest men I have ever met. He would bend over backwards for me. He always told me how nice my father was to him. But he paid it forward like a true gentleman by being super nice to me. RIP, my friend. ❤
My sincerest condolences. I will always remember being a teenager and meeting Renee (his youngest daughter) to walk to school, or to go out at night. Mr Breda would always have a joke to tell, or tease me until I smiled, tell me my shoe was untied, and say made you look-always something to bring me cheer. His wife would always offer me some of her home baked desserts, insist I call her Delores, not Mrs Breda. They both were the epitome of loving parents and grandparents, how nice if all children and grandchildren should experience this kind of love. My heart goes out to his wife, children and grandchildren. Rest in Peace Mr Breda, God Bless.
All my love, prayers & most sincere condolences. God’s comfort for you & your family. RIP Mr. Breda
He was a great person and a second father to me and my brother Lenny. We had many wonderful time with him. Here will be sorely missed. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
Aunt Dolores and cousins Rene and Lorna I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember uncle larry. he spoke to me many times in my youth about respect for others and corrected my behavior often with a slap to the back of the head. I had many great uncles,but uncle larry seemed to have the biggest influence on me. he would never let me get to cockey, even when i was home on leave from the Marines and full of confidence he would bring me down a peg, humble me a bit, which i feel helped me survive in Vietnam. I will always remember uncle larry.