Stogner passed away Monday, a few weeks shy of his 70th birthday.
But he left this earth with few if any regrets.
He was proud to say that he lived a full life that took him on an amazing journey. One that he was honored to share with you.
Please watch the related videos from Tuesday's 6 p.m. tribute for more on Larry Stogner's remarkable life and legacy.
WATCH: A look back at Stogner's life and career
WATCH: Retirement brought new causes and passions to Stogner's life
Here are some of the posts from Larry's ABC11 family and various social media messages from our viewers, remembering the incredible life of Larry Stogner:
We join those offering condolences to Larry's family, friends and colleagues. He was a Tar Heel and journalism titan https://t.co/QKLusSfOgu— UNC-Chapel Hill (@UNC) October 3, 2016
Duke joins those offering condolences to Larry's friends, family and colleagues. He was a Durham and Triangle icon and legend. https://t.co/MjfgRb5cMw— Duke University (@DukeU) October 3, 2016
Larry Stogner was beloved by all who knew him through his @ABC11_WTVD TV career & later in life as an advocate for people suffering from ALS— Richard Burr (@SenatorBurr) October 3, 2016
Our thoughts are with the family, friends and colleagues of @ABC11_WTVD's Larry Stogner. A true NC broadcasting legend.— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) October 3, 2016
Condolences to family, friends, colleagues at ABC11 of longtime WTVD anchor Larry Stogner. Outstanding trusted newsman, true gentleman.— Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) October 3, 2016