After 2 years as a BTL volunteer, Larry became San Antonio Regional Coordinator for Bridges To Life in 2016. He also serves as a Certified Volunteer Chaplain's Assistant (CVCA) with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Larry grew up in the South Bronx, NY, and was impacted by many sad experiences, including his father’s alcoholism and a friend’s overdose. He credits his success in conquering life's challenges to the strong faith instilled in him by his mother and his aunt, Sister Mary Fedelis, both immigrants from England.
Larry is retired from nearly 40 years of government service and 22 years of executive experience. Among other honors, he is most proud of receiving The President Award from both African American Postal Employees United for Success and Hispanic Organization for Postal Employees, and Diversity Leadership Awards both national and local.
Larry is a member of Bexar County Reentry Council, Texas Inmate Families Association, and Prison Fellowship, as well as a board member of Families And Incarcerated Together Healing (FAITH). He and his wife Barbara have celebrated over 40 years of marriage and raised two sons. They reside in San Antonio.