Lawrence Joseph Rosinski, 61, of Matawan NJ passed away March 1.
He was born September 1, 1958 in Shamokin PA and spent his childhood growing up in Matawan NJ and finishing 2 years of high school in Geneva IL. “Renny” Larry was a hard worker starting in the mail room at Metromail and becoming a National Executive Salesmen before the age of 24.
Renny was all about his family. His love for his parents was deep and unwavering. We witnessed his emotions every Christmas as the holiday ended and it was time for him to return to New Jersey. Every good bye was intense and emotional. Renny showed his deep love and loyalty to his father through his support of Detroit Sports. Dad was a loyal fan and Renny was lock and step there with him. Renny watched his sister and younger brother’s families grow and he flourished in being the big uncle to his three nephews and two nieces. He loved being Uncle Renny to his little nieces and nephews. Renny’s greatest moment came when he started his own family. He courted and married Danielle and she instantly had an impact on being his “wing aunt” and gained all of her nieces and nephew in his life.
However, the birth of his son Jake was his shining moment. Renny was whole. Jake was his everything. He was so proud of all his accomplishments and was his biggest fan while coaching his various sports teams. Larry enjoyed fishing and was always preparing a good meal for his family and friends, he made a mean pot pie soup! He finished his career at Pumping Services. He loved hanging out with his friends at Big Ed's BBQ. Larry will be missed by all that knew him.
Larry is survived by his wife Danielle of Matawan NJ; son Jake of Matawan; mother Mary Rosinski, Geneva IL; sister Mary Ann (Scott) Batavia, IL; brother Mark (Pam) Naperville IL; nephews and nieces Brent, Max, Mary Kate, Clay, Libby Tyler, Colby, Anna, Eddie and so very many more whom he loved.
He was welcomed to heaven by his father Raymond Joseph Rosinski.
Friends and family are welcomed to a visitation for Renny from 4 PM until 8 PM on Thursday, March 5, 2020 at Day Funeral Home, 361 Maple Place, Keyport NJ 07735. Friends and family are welcomed back to the Funeral Home at 9 AM on Friday, March 6, 2020, from there we will process to St. Lawrence Church for a Mass at promptly 10 AM.
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