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Obituary for Larry Kent Krumperman

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Larry Kent Krumperman

March 2, 1959 - October 5, 2017

Larry Kent Krumperman was born March 2, 1959, to his loving parents, Leslie Dean and Donna Baker Krumperman. He passed away on October 5, 2017.

Affectionately known as “Larmo”, I will think of you always sitting in my bean bag chair watching Julia Child eating sunflower seeds. Your family will deeply miss you – Love you Dad.

Larry is survived by his amazing daughter, Lauren Elise; grandsons, Damian and Alexander that he loved dearly; mother, Donna; brother, Scott (Sandy); sister, Leslee (John) Davison; nieces, Hollee (Russ) Vance, Alex (Chris) Paradis; nephew Chastin (Kasandra) Davison; great nephews, Gavin, Ruston and baby Chastin.

He was preceded in death by his father, Dean, and his wife, JoAnn Terrazas. Larry was a witty, intelligent, talented, analytical, poetic and sensitive man, generous with his thoughts and time. He loved spending time with his grandsons “love you grandpa Egg”. Larry was employed for 24 years by IRS.

A Celebration of His Life for family and friends will be held Friday, November 3, 2017, from 6 – 8 pm at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 – 36th St., Ogden, UT.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Ogden Food Bank and hug your family.


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Date: Friday, November 3, 2017

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Leavitt's Mortuary


836 36th Street , , Ogden, UT, 84403


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Born: March 2, 1959
Died: October 5, 2017

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LaRelia F. Jones posted on 11/3/17

We offer our sincere sympathy in the loss of your father, Lauren. May memories of his love for you and your two little boys sustain you through this difficult time. If there is anything we can do please let us know.


Gordon Satteson posted on 11/2/17

Rest in peace, Larry. You will be missed by many, but mostly by your daughter and grandsons, of whom you were so proud and for whom you selflessly sacrificed so much. The world has lost a compassionately liberal thinker who loved to challenge the status quo. I'm a better person for having known and worked with you.


Valerie Sisneros-Gallegos posted on 11/1/17

Leslie, I hope you remember me. This is Valerie Sisneros-Gallegos. I am sure sorry to hear of the passing of your brother Larry. I have never forgotten the time that your parents invited me to go to Star Valley. Larry came too and he was such a prankster, never struggled for quit whit things to tell you and he teased both of us because the cabin that we were staying in had a Racoon that liked to nibble on the wooden porch. He teased us the entire week saying that he saw the Racoon in the house and he wasn't sure if it got out so we were a little nervous every time we went into the cabin. You and I thought we were the next Billy Jean King and played tennis all the time and when Larry asked to play, he ended up not being as good as he thought he was gonna be against you and I. I'm Hoping to make it to his service on Friday, but sometimes I end up running errands at the last minute, so just in case something comes up and I can't make it, always know that you and your family will always have a special place in my memory and heart.