Larry Joseph Viscusi, November 28, 1950 – August 01, 2021


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing
of our beloved brother Larry Joseph Viscusi, in Calgary.

Predeceased by his parents Joseph Armand Viscusi
and Helena Willett.


He will be truly missed by his brothers Jimmy and Frank, his sisters Barbara, Nancy, Lynn, Helen, Janice, Carol and Deborah.

He also leaves behind nieces and nephews, his only child Angelo and his spouse Elizabeth Belbas.



His life made a difference to others.

  « We pray Larry will continue to play his beautiful music in heaven where he shall be reunited with our parents. »


Visitation will be held on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021
at McGerrigle funeral home from 9:30 to 11:00 am
followed by a graveside service and interment of ashes
at the St. Malachie Cemetery in Ormstown at 11:30 am.
(subject to prevailing Covid 19 restrictions)


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18 messages.


    Bonjour Jimmy, je viens tout juste d’apprendre le décès de Larry en consultant la liste de décès du salon Mcgerrigle. Triste nouvelle, je conserve toujours de bons souvenirs de Larry. Mes sympathies les plus sincères.


    How you left too soon Larry, you were a wonderful brother, full of energy and so much fun to be without. I love you and miss you so much. You are always in my thoughts.❤️❤️


    I am actually a little shocked to see this as I always wanted to get in touch with Larry as I didn’t see him since I was a teenager and remember all his visits at Dave and Lynn’s alone or with Frank or Jimmy. It hurts to know that it isn’t possible. He was my inspiration along with Lynn and Dave to even pickup a guitar and learn. He had such a great sense of humour and infectious energy and spirit. RIP Larryu


    So sorry we just saw the announcement of Larry’s passing. He truly was a talented musician. I know your Mom and Dad will greet him with open arms. We extend our sympathies to the whole family.

    Donald and Millie Chisholm


    Larry you are now in Heaven with Mom & Dad
    You will be missed and never forgotten, May your songs resonate up high in the sky & bring peace to those
    who have not yet found their journey home!
    Love from your sister Carol xxxxxxx


    my memories of cousin Larry always having a guitar in his hands and he always seemed the happiest playing his music. I will miss Larry for always saying just the right thing to make people good. I will miss you very much and will never forget the first time I met him in Ormstown such a friendly soul. You will always be in my heart cousin. May you RIP……


    Joe was a beautiful soul and will be missed. I’d love to pay my respects if there is a service.


    I was very saddened to learn of the passing of Larry. We shared many great times together playing guitar alone and with family. He could bring out the music in anyone. I will miss you bro.


    My condolences to all the family. I knew Larry when we were teenagers and loved him very much


    My wonderful brother, I love you and miss you so.
    You left so fast without warning
    Can’t wrap my head around it
    But I will never forget you BLACKBALL #1
    All my love from BLACKBALL #2


    I will love you forever Larry, losing you is like the day the music died. Your music has meant so much to me in my life and all your sisters and brothers and All the people that had the pleasure to play music with you and we will all carry-on your talent and remember all that you gave us with your immense talent and compositions. We still sing some of your best songs that made us so happy. Take care of Mom and Dad and all your family in heaven.

    Love forever Dear brother

    Your Sister: Lynn (SUGOB)