Tino Anthony Largura
November 26, 1996 -
May 18, 2014

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A celebration of life for Tino Anthony Largura will be conducted Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 1 p.m. at the pavilions at Stonebridge Park.

Tino Anthony Largura was born in Merrillville, Indiana to Angie and Tino Larguara on November 26, 1996 and crossed over May 18, 2014.  He was preceded in death by grandfather William L. Roland and beloved aunt Ann Orlich of Crown Point, Indiana.  Survivors include his mother Angie Largura of Fayetteville, Tino E. Largura of California, grandparents Tino P Largura of Crown Point, Indiana and Vivian Leaf of California, brother Jason Whitworth of Fayetteville and devoted friend and mentor Chris Owens of Kelso, TN.  A celebration of his life will be scheduled at a later date.

 

Higgins Funeral Home is assisting the family of Tino Anthony Largura.

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4 Comments

  1. Tino E Largura

    You were me and I was you
    I lost myself and now I dont know what to do

    What I would do , To have more time with you
    I could have taught you more, so you’d know what to do

    I’d tell you how it was going to get better
    i guess i should have wrote it down in a letter

    you didnt have to go
    i guess there are some things you didnt know

    I wish i could have told you son
    that this will pass one day and we’ll have some fun

    I’d tell you son that when you spoke about me
    didn’t you know that i was you and you are me

    There may have been just one thing I wasn’t going to let you see
    No matter how great you thought i was, you were already better than me

    But it doesnt matter any more now that you went away
    I lost my chance I’ll have to save those words for another day

    There were so many things we didn’t get to do
    so many I things wanted to show you, how to do

    you must have been so confused and lost
    to make the decision that came with the largest cost

    I would have asked god, to give all your pain to me
    Gladly I would have taken it, So you could live happily

    I’ve felt the pain, I’ve thought about it too
    But I didn’t do it, only because of you

    The earth became cold, the day you left you know
    And the heavens grew strength beyond what anybody knows

    I may not have had the chance to say all these things to you
    But dont worry son, cuz I’ll be coming thru to you

    But down here I’ll miss you , I guess you can already see
    You were the most beautiful thing that ever came from me

    I love you Tino… I am you, and you are me

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  2. Betty Sullins

    Angie, I cannot begin to imagine what you are going through. My heart breaks for you, Jason & all of your family. My prayers will be with you all during this time. So sorry 🙁

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  3. Cheryl Hobbs

    To the family and friends of Tino,
    You have my deepest sympathy during this difficult time. Tino was truly a sweet young man and this life will never be the same without him. As his teacher, I am reminded of his infectious smile, laughter, and quick whit. I hope that all his friends and family, as well as those of us who learned to love him so much as we taught him over the years, will treasure our memories of him forever and visit them often. Tino will live on forever in our hearts and minds, be missed forever because we loved him so, and remembered because we cared so much for him.
    My prayers are with everyone. May God give you closure and peace.
    Cheryl Hobbs

    Tino, you will forever be missed my sweet student.

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  4. Holly

    Tino was very much like a son to me…a huge part of my family…and I love him very much. We have many wonderful, happy and fun memories of our times together, and that is how he will be remembered in my home. Love and light to you and your family.

    Reply

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  1. Tino E Largura

    You were me and I was you
    I lost myself and now I dont know what to do

    What I would do , To have more time with you
    I could have taught you more, so you’d know what to do

    I’d tell you how it was going to get better
    i guess i should have wrote it down in a letter

    you didnt have to go
    i guess there are some things you didnt know

    I wish i could have told you son
    that this will pass one day and we’ll have some fun

    I’d tell you son that when you spoke about me
    didn’t you know that i was you and you are me

    There may have been just one thing I wasn’t going to let you see
    No matter how great you thought i was, you were already better than me

    But it doesnt matter any more now that you went away
    I lost my chance I’ll have to save those words for another day

    There were so many things we didn’t get to do
    so many I things wanted to show you, how to do

    you must have been so confused and lost
    to make the decision that came with the largest cost

    I would have asked god, to give all your pain to me
    Gladly I would have taken it, So you could live happily

    I’ve felt the pain, I’ve thought about it too
    But I didn’t do it, only because of you

    The earth became cold, the day you left you know
    And the heavens grew strength beyond what anybody knows

    I may not have had the chance to say all these things to you
    But dont worry son, cuz I’ll be coming thru to you

    But down here I’ll miss you , I guess you can already see
    You were the most beautiful thing that ever came from me

    I love you Tino… I am you, and you are me

    Reply
  2. Betty Sullins

    Angie, I cannot begin to imagine what you are going through. My heart breaks for you, Jason & all of your family. My prayers will be with you all during this time. So sorry 🙁

    Reply
  3. Cheryl Hobbs

    To the family and friends of Tino,
    You have my deepest sympathy during this difficult time. Tino was truly a sweet young man and this life will never be the same without him. As his teacher, I am reminded of his infectious smile, laughter, and quick whit. I hope that all his friends and family, as well as those of us who learned to love him so much as we taught him over the years, will treasure our memories of him forever and visit them often. Tino will live on forever in our hearts and minds, be missed forever because we loved him so, and remembered because we cared so much for him.
    My prayers are with everyone. May God give you closure and peace.
    Cheryl Hobbs

    Tino, you will forever be missed my sweet student.

    Reply
  4. Holly

    Tino was very much like a son to me…a huge part of my family…and I love him very much. We have many wonderful, happy and fun memories of our times together, and that is how he will be remembered in my home. Love and light to you and your family.

    Reply

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