In loving memory of

Lawrence A. LeDent
March 29, 1960 - November 24, 2022

Ledent, Lawrence Allen, 62, passed away at his residence on November 23, 2022.

Born at Jefferson Hospital, PA, he lived in Magnolia, NJ. He graduated from Sterling High School and worked many jobs. He served our country in the US Navy. He was also a member of Knights of Columbus Santa Maria Council #1443 of Haddon Township 20+ years and made many notable contributions.

Lawrence was good at soccer, loved sports, music and writing poetry. He was a genuine and friendly soul to be around and made friends everywhere he went. He valued the love for his friends but more so the love and devotion he had for his family.

God has taken his hand to sweet eternity, to claim a great reward and finding that ever lasting peace, together with the lord.

Survivors include; loving son of Delores. Cherished brother of Eileen and David (Rachelle LeDent). Adored uncle of Steven, Kristina, David E., Celeste, Daniel and Zephan. He is also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins and many close friends.

The visitation is held, Friday, December 2, 2022 from 11:00am to 12:00pm at Gardner Funeral Home, 126 South Black Horse Pike, Runnemede, NJ 08078. Funeral Service 12pm at the Funeral Home.

We wish to recognize the loving care provided by the staff at Gardner Funeral Home for also the comfort, support, and professionalism given to us.

Memorials and flowers may be sent to Gardner Funeral Home.

Tributes wrote on Dec 2, 2022:

"God Bless you,may you rest in peace,always looked up to you growing up as my big cousin LARRY,always enjoyed talking sports with you also,so many memories with you growing up on JEFFERSON AVE.Love your cousin John "

David & Rachelle LeDent wrote on Nov 30, 2022:

"Larry, We miss you and love you.We have no words to fully express how much you meant to us but you knew how much we cared for you. God has taken a beautiful soul to be with him to share in the Glory of Heaven.We celebrate your life as we are surrounded by love, and healing prayers to help with our deepest loss.We will find the peace, comfort and the courage to face the days ahead and hold onto those loving memories of you in our hearts! You are the best part of us, our loving brother and uncle! Love, David, Rachelle, and the Kiddos"