Larry Nowlan at his Windsor, Vt. studio. Nowland died Tuesday at his home in Cornish, N.H. He was 48 years old.
Christian Avard, Rutland Herald photo
A renowned Upper Valley sculptor known for life-size bronze statues of famous people and places died Tuesday, according to family members.
Lawrence Nowlan of Cornish, N.H., was the bronze sculptor who created statues of former Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas, the Wildland Firefighters National Monument in Boise, Idaho, and the War Memorial in downtown Windsor. He was 48 years old.