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February 24, 2020

My memories of Larry from Judge Technical Services are mostly of his love of music. He was a huge Grateful Dead fan. Loved Jerry Garcia - he was taking quizzes online about music all the time. We talked about music all the time. When I heard he was gone I couldn't believe it. I am remembering him today by sending my love out to his family and friends.

Posted by Jackie Leming

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February 24, 2020

I will always remember your big smile, your laid back attitude and how you always kept us laughing at work. I think of you often. RIP

Posted by Katie Gibbs

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February 24, 2020

Larry, as you look down on your family and friends with that huge smile of yours, I hope you hear my prayers for them. I am grateful you hiring me with ACG, for all the Amtrak rides we enjoyed (and hated) and being able to laugh, talk sports and down a beer. Your words from that fateful morning echo in my ears and pushed me thru many tough times. You touched many people in such positive ways. I'm sure you're keeping God laughing! I miss you my friend.

Posted by Gary Maze

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February 24, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you all today and always. I worked with Larry at Judge Technical Services and am so sorry to hear that he was lost in this tragedy. Ty, your dad was a great person and co-worker. Your dad is very proud of you. Remember him always. He is our angel above now.

Posted by Jeanne Rogers

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Place of Residence:
Yardley, PA
Location on 9/11:
Alliance Consulting | Area Vice President
Hobbies and Special Interests:
playing guitar
playing keyboards
fast cars

Larry John Senko was born in Pittsburgh, PA on February 20, 1967. He was raised in Donora, PA where he lived with his parents, Margaret and Ed as well as his older brother, Eddie. Larry was a caring and energetic child who loved his family, friends and sports. He played football for both Mon Valley High School and St. Francis College. Upon graduating with a business degree, Larry moved himself to Philadelphia to start his career in recruiting.

Larry worked on the "Main Line" for several years before moving to Bala Cynwyd with his adoring wife, Debbi. It was at this time in 1997, that Larry began working for Alliance Consulting on the 102nd floor of the World Trade Center’s North Tower. Larry was proud of his job. His hard work earned him the title of Vice President of the New York office. It also afforded him the opportunity to buy a house in Yardley, PA. As his career grew, so did his family. Larry and Debbi welcomed their son, Tyler to the world in February of 2000.

On September 11, 2001, Larry left for work in the usual fashion. Rising at 5:30 a.m. and sharing kisses with his family before he left. Larry spoke with his wife after the tragedy began. In Larry fashion, he was calm and expressed his love. Although he promised to make it home, fate had other plans. Another hero was needed and taken before his time.

Yesterday your family cherished you as a loving husband, father son and brother.
Today your country honors you as a man and as a Hero.
Tomorrow and forever you are in the hearts of those you have touched.

Written by Larry’s wife, Debbi Senko-Goldman