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Obituary for Robert Alfred Larson

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Robert Alfred Larson

August 27, 1951 - March 6, 2011

Robert Alfred LarsonRobert Alfred Larson, 59, passed away at his home in Roy, on March 6, 2011. He was born August 27, 1951 to Ralph and Donna Larson in Ogden, Utah. Robert graduated from Ogden High School and Attended Weber State University. Robert served an LDS mission in Toronto, Canada. In May 1976 he was sealed for time and all eternity to his infinite companion Loriann Gwynn Larson. Their marriage was solemnized in the Ogden LDS temple. She preceded him in death in September 2000. Their marriage resulted in four children, all boys.Robert had many occupations associated with commercial driving and manufacturing. He was a tinkerer by heart, a gene he inherited from his father.Surviving are Roberts parents of North Ogden, his three brothers, Grant (Sarah) Larson, North Ogden, David (Evelyn) Larson, Syracuse, and Keith (Pamela) Larson, Ogden. Robert is also survived by his children, Matthew (Shelly) Gwynn, Farr West, Jason (Dawn) Larson, Roy, Steven (Valerie) Larson, West Haven, Jared (Melissa) Larson, West Haven, who have provided him with 11 grandchildren, and two more on the way.In lieu of a viewing and standard funeral arrangement, a graveside ceremony and dedication will take place, at his wife’s side, at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park, 836 36th Street, on March 12, 2011, 10 a.m. A family luncheon will follow where mourning will turn to a celebration of family.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Date: Saturday, March 12, 2011

Time: 10:00 am -

Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park

Address:

836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT,

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Born: August 27, 1951
Died: March 6, 2011

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Jared Chatterton posted on 3/9/11

My favorite was the continuous verbal reminder he gave: “I have enough ammo in the basement to wipe out any rebel force”. You knew there was something strange going on if he didn’t have a 20 oz. Coke in his hand. Breakfast of choice: cup of noodles. He was quick to offer advice on all things electrical. He was also quick to offer advice, through personal experience, on what it feels like to get shocked, time after time.

 

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