David John Larsen
June 30, 1937 ~ March 18, 2013
Memorial services: Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham City, Utah
PERRY- There is a new angel in heaven today. Our loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle, David John Larsen, 75, passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Monday, March 18, 2013 in Ogden, Utah. He was born on June 30, 1937 in Rock Springs, Idaho, a son of Max Norman and Muerl R. Searle Larsen. He attended Weber College receiving a Bachelors Degree. Dave married his soul mate Sandra Nielsen on March 30, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He served in the US Air Force for twenty years retiring on August 31, 1974. Following his retirement with the Air Force, he worked as the Night Plant Manager at American Greetings retiring in 1999. Dave enjoyed golfing, bowling, fishing, watching sports of any kind, but most of all spending time with his friends, family, and his grandchildren. Surviving are his wife, Sandra; one daughter, Rica Gove and granddaughter, Delaney Gove; he was also blessed with eight children through marriage: Tony (Vanessa) Smith; Nick Smith; Brad (Tonia) Johnson; Melinda (Matt) McKnight; Bronson (Marcie) Schultz: Amber (Mike) Evans; Todd and Bernie Lamb; grandchildren, Tyson, Alex, Carson, Aria, Nico, Jaxon, Saxton, Savannah, Greyson, Maddie, and one great granddaughter, Addi; five siblings, Karen (George) Bruce; Kathy (Don) Littlewood; George (Beverly) Mike and Kenneth Larsen and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South, Brigham City, Utah, where military honors will be accorded by the Box Elder Combined Veterans Honor Guard.
Sorry to hear about your loss, love to the family...
Lisa and Conley Wilkes
I worked with Dave at American Greetings and he was a great person and freind. He will be missed but always loved in our hearts.
I was part of Dave's AG family in Danville. We all loved Dave and enjoyed being around him at work and on the golf course. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family of Mr. David. I was so sad to see the paper today and the passing of Mr. David. My Father is a resident at the George Waldron Veterans home and I had the opportunity to meet Mr. David and visit with him almost daily. I actually looked for Mr. David today because I always take them treats and he was not there. I just thought he was in his room. He was always so friendly and I enjoyed his stories. He always wanted me to come to dinner with him to taste his wife Sandy's good cooking. He adored you Sandy and often spoke of you, your beauty, and what a lucky man he was to have you. I told him you were also pretty lucky to have such a nice husband. I'm glad I had the opportunity to talk, interact with him, and give him treats he always seemed to enjoy. Mr. David was a wonderful, caring man and I truly enjoyed his company. Again, I am so sorry for your lose and wish your family strength to get through this difficult time.
So sorry to hear about Dave. I'd just seen him recently at the nursing home. He was always so sweet. I have known Dave a long time and always enjoyed being around hime. What a great man.
Dave my friend, you will be missed. You have been a blessing to me whenever we would see each other. May Gods peace and comfort be with your entire family.
I was so sorry to hear about Dave's passing. I just recently seen him at the nursing home. I've known him a long time and enjoyed spending the time with him when he was part of our family. My prayers are with Sandra, Rica and the rest of the family. He was a great guy.
Dear Sandra & family,
Blaine and I are so very sorry for your loss of Dave, a kind and caring man who will be missed by all of us. You are in our hearts and prayers.
The Lord bless & keep you.
Dear Sandra and family,
I am sorry to hear of your loss. I only had a brief relationship with David before I moved from Brigham. He was a great person and I wish I could have stuck around and gotten to know him better. Our prayers for the family...
Garnel and Kim Mathis