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C. S. Lewis

David Charles Larson

Wednesday, February 1, 1950
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Huntington Park, CA
Service Information: 
David’s memorial ceremony will be held on Saturday, January 26th at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Everson, Washington at 10:00 AM. The ceremony will be followed by a celebration of life.
On Sunday, January 1, 2019, David Larson passed away at the age of 68. As a devout Christian, he will be returning to his heavenly father with open arms.

David is survived by five children: Virgil Larson, Lars Larson, Amber Larson, Rachel Larson, and Mary Jean. He also leaves behind many other loved ones, including his older sister, Beverly Browne, as well as 11 grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his son, John Larson, his brother, Walter Larson, and his parents, John and Lois Larson, in addition to many cherished friends.

David was a talented musician and his life was filled with music. Not a day would go by without a guitar in his hands, a melody on his lips, or a song queued on the radio. He sang through his triumphs and his tribulations, and his loved ones will remember his voice for the rest of our lives.

Professionally, he was also a talented farrier, gifted in animal husbandry, and loved working with his hands. As an experienced woodsman, he sought spiritual comfort in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. David spent the last 25 years living in his home in Everson, Washington.


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Submitted by Nancy Lynn Bethel on

Dave, I loved the talks we had on the phone. You were a man of many talents. I think I've known you for close to 50 years and have many great memories. From driving to Tennessee to see you and the boys, to our unforgettable trip to Redding, you, Jim and me. The trip you and Jim made looking for Johnny, shot a deer, hung it in my dads garage, then drive down Middlefield and hit a telephone pole. That was you Dave, aka "Crash". How many accidents? You were the luckiest man alive when it came to accidents. I could go on for days with stories. You will be missed. I love you, Dave, RIP.

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