Lawrence J. Arman

  • Born: November 17, 1935
  • Died: January 26, 2020
  • Location: Charleston, South Carolina

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Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Lawrence J. Arman, 84, of Charleston, South Carolina, formerly of Rolling Hills, California, and husband of Claudette Farr Arman entered into eternal rest Sunday, January 26, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. A celebration of his life will be held on March 6th at 10:00 am at the Chapel of Hillside Memorial Park, Culver City, CA.

Born November 17, 1935 in Cleveland, Ohio, he was the son of the late Harry Arbeitman and the late Tillie Barkan Arbeitman. At the age of ten, Larry's family moved to Los Angeles, CA where he soon found himself as an actor in a movie titled "Big City". After graduating from Los Angeles High School in 1954, he decided to study business and was a 1958 graduate of the University of Southern California.

Larry had a successful career as a real estate broker in Palos Verdes, CA, focusing on selling high-end and REO properties. He was the #1 sales producer for RE/MAX, an accolade he earned from over thirty thousand RE/MAX associates globally. Whether he worked with celebrities, investors, or first-time home buyers, Larry would always display a passion for negotiating exceptional deals for his clients.

Larry had a passion for the Los Angeles Lakers, Travel, and Frank Sinatra. He especially enjoyed time spent with his grandchildren, sitting at the dinner table asking them about their day and sharing stories from his life. Larry was loved by many who appreciated his fun-loving personality and gusto for life. He lived a full life on his terms and like the Frank Sinatra song goes, he always did things his way!

He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and will be deeply missed by his wife, Claudette Arman of Charleston, SC; daughter, Jennifer Burnette (Tim) of Granger, IN, sons, Michael Arman (Barbara) of Fairfield, CT, Ray Volman (Teresa) of San Pedro, CA, Mitch Volman of Mission Viejo, CA and Steve Arman (Kathy) of Carlsbad, CA; thirteen grandchildren, Charlotte, Madeline, Hannah, Hailey, Mikey, Riley, Ronan, Rayna, Alexandra, Max, Christina, Danielle and Kylie. His sisters, Bertha Buzin and Rhoda Sawits preceded him in death.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 30 Glenn Street, STE 406, White Plains, NY 10603.
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Condolence & Memory Journal

Sad to hear. I have fond memories of Larry, albeit kinda cranky at time's!!!, it only served to give him more personality and I really enjoyed seeing him each day at my mom's office! He was a dear friend of my mother's and they both worked together really well building a great business partnership. Condolences to the Arman family.

Posted by Thurman Freeman - Magnolia, TX - Friend   August 08, 2020

Dear Mike and the Arman Family,

I send my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your dad.
You will never know how often I think about the kind words that you wrote when my husband, your high school coach, passed away 8 years ago. You wrote, "When I told my dad that Coach had passed, he said, 'He helped make you the man that you have become."
You had a caring, loving father who was a wonderful example to you. It is evident in his obituary how important family was to him. I am sure that you are a man of integrity because he was.
My sympathy and love to you all.
Pat Akins

Posted by Pat Akins - Rancho Palos Verdes,, CA - Family Friend   February 21, 2020

Dear Jen, Claudette and the Arman Family,
I am so sorry to hear about Larry's passing. He was such a character and made me laugh so much, and was so generous in everything he did. Your family was such an important part of my childhood. Thank you for opening your arms to me. Sending you love and prayers from myself and the entire Jetton family.

Posted by Jen Jetton-Murray - Torrance, CA   February 05, 2020

I MET LARRY IN 1973, AT THE SANTA BARBARA RACETRACET AND WE BECAME BEST FRIENDS RIGHT THEN. I LOVED LARRY LIKE A BROTHER.

I'LL MISS HIM, STEVE DE MAGGIO

Posted by STEVE DE MAGGIO DE MAGGIO - HENDERSON, NV - Brother   February 05, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear of your loved and deepest condolences are extended to you. Something that's helped me through the death of loved ones is to reflect on 1 Corinthians 15:26.

Posted by A friend   February 03, 2020


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