"So Sorry to read about the loss of your loved one. Death is never easy regardless of ones age and Psalms 90: 10 shows how he lived a long life of special mightiness from God. Keep the many, many memories of your loved one close in your hearts and minds and cherish them forever. May the comfort of God be with you all during this time of grief."
"I started following the Tigers in the late 1950's. I had two heroes, and Frank was one of them. He pitched the first game I saw at Tiger Stadium. I can easily remember every baseball card he was on, even after he left Detroit. It seems each time our heroes pass, a little bit of us go with them. I have many memories of the "Yankee Killer" and am saddened at his passing. I had always hoped to get a chance to meet him. Just letting you know at one time, he meant an awful lot to a little boy. My condolences to his family and friends."
"Great memories of listening to the Yankee Killer on WJR am radio with my father on our dairy farm in rural northern Pennsylvania... after the evening farm chores were done of course.
We were (are) diehard Tiger fans and despised the Yanks. I can still see my Dad's face filled with joy as Mr. Lary and the Tigers won each game against that team, often times in dramatic fashion.
To the Lary family, I have a smile on my face today in remembrance of those cherished times"