Laurence Griffin Obituary, Death Cause – When we found out that Laurence (Larry) Griffin, our Recreation and Park Commissioner, had left us, we were left with a sad heart and a sense of loss. He will be greatly missed. He has been a part of our group for quite some time. Everyone will grieve his passing in their own unique ways. He has been a part of our organization for a protracted period of time and we are pleased to have him. Larry devoted every waking moment of his life to advancing the cause of enhancing San Francisco’s overall quality of life and bringing it closer to the average quality of life experienced across the country.
His job in the public sector and his involvement in a wide variety of labor groups both contributed to his success in achieving this goal. The decisions that he took throughout his life played a considerable role, if not a fully decisive one, in the outcomes that he accomplished in a wide range of domains. He spent his whole adult life working in this sector of the economy; he never switched professions or turned his focus to another area of expertise; rather, he remained in this industry the entire time. He also never married or had children.
Additionally, he never concentrated his concentration on any other field in which he was competent. This was his principal occupation for the entirety of the time that he was involved in some type of economic activity, and he continued to do this up to the point at which he retired from the workforce. During this period, he was engaged in various forms of economic activity. He was successful in business. He did this up until the age of 65, which is quite an accomplishment.