Ray Grow Larsen
May 22, 1964 ~ June 4, 2015
Viewing: From 9-10:30 a.m. prior to the services at Woods Cross 2nd Ward, 790 W 1500 S, Woods Cross, UT
Celebration of Ray’s life: Woods Cross 2nd Ward 790 W 1500 S Woods Cross on Tuesday June 9, at 11 a.m.
Interment: Huntsville Cemetery following the services
May 22, 1964 – June 4, 2015 Ray, 51 was born in Salt Lake City. To his parents he was a Ray of sunshine, and so they named him Ray. He grew up and lived in Woods Cross all his life. He graduated from Woods Cross High School, attended Weber State College, and at the Career Center in Salt Lake City earned a training certificate in Computer Science. He was also a member of the LDS church. Ray tried his hand at various jobs including bus driver and as a worker at a medical center. His primary career was ticket broker for music concerts, sporting events, plays, and other ticketed events. He was often seen on the corner near the Delta Center or other venues selling or buying tickets. Although he enjoyed watching football, baseball, and basketball, Ray’s passion was music. He frequently traveled all over the country to see his favorite bands, and was able to meet many of the artists. Quick witted, and with a good sense of humor, Ray was known to drop by unexpectedly to share amazing stories of his traveling adventures, and family news. Ray’s family would like give special thanks to the staff of Live Care Center of Bountiful. Ray is survived by; Mother Donnabelle Larsen, Woods Cross, Father Seth (Chris) Larsen St. George, Sarah Larsen, Provo, Judsen Larsen, Layton, Mathew (Rachel) Larsen Hooper, 8 nephews and nieces, and 1 great-niece. He was preceded in death by his grandparents. A celebration of Ray’s life will be held at Woods Cross 2nd Ward 790 W 1500 S Woods Cross on Tuesday June 9, at 11 a.m. A viewing will be held from 9-10:30 a.m. prior to the services. Interment will be held at the Huntsville Cemetery following the services.
Matt & Rachel,
So sorry about your brother. We were so sad to read of his death. Bob and I didn't know him, but if he is anything like you, Matt, he was such a good guy. Know we are thinking of you and your family...
Bob & Kathy Kent
We were so sorry to hear of your and your families loss. Michael hold a place in our hearts. You and yours will be in our prayers.
I will miss our conversations and laughs and rock & roll trivia so much!! You were the sweet light that I looked forward to when I went to visit my mom at Life Care.You made my visits a little easier and helped me through some very tough days with my mom. I am going to miss you very much. But I will never forget you, your voice, your songs, your laugh.It was an honor to know you and spend time with you. Heart to Heart