Farming was in Lawrence’s blood. He gave his life to Jesus kneeling beside the tractor after a revival meeting. Lawrence was a church board member, youth leader, and Boys’ Brigade chief ranger who lived by Joshua 24:15. He served the Credit Union board, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool committee, helped establish Herbert Sports Complex, and ran senior men’s Monday night curling. He enjoyed gospel jamborees. June 1998, Lawrence was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis. He continued to enjoy life, and his faith in Christ remained firm. Lawrence will be remembered for his sincerity, generosity, humility, and graciousness.