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Lavonne June Brewster Larsen

1932 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Lavonne June Brewster Larsen Obituary
Murray, UT - The smartest most beautiful woman in the world has returned to our Heavenly Father, and to her awaiting family. LaVonne Larsen was born in Pocatello, Idaho in 1932 to Paul & Bernice. She left us on Friday, August 3, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah. LaVonne was the catch of Salt Lake City, and Lynn Larsen our father was the lucky one. The birth and passing of this significant wonderful lady is not nearly as relevant as all the days and nights that she lived to the fullest between those two dates. Loving and Encouraging her Husband, Children, Grandchildren, and Great Grand Children is a duty she cherished. Her unwavering giving marks this lady as a one of a kind. Wise, Respectful, Educated, Dignified, Gracious, Mannered, Proud, Refined, Classy, Funny, and Lots of Fun. A Real Lady! LaVonne was exceptional in everything, accomplished model, a fantastic cook, and an avid reader. She handled the bookkeeping in the family business, until having children, and then dedicated her life and energy to Family. She loved motor homing with family and friends and was a sport when it came to boating. She loved to travel and was able to see much of this beautiful world. After fathers passing she assisted her sons in their business and became a favorite among business colleagues in her wonderful ways of humor, and entertaining. She has a special love for flowers. Gratitude For: Dr. Farrukh her friend, and confidant, you kept mom going through health challenges. Dr. Mano Schwartz, your sense of humor made macular degeneration manageable. Aspen Ridge West you did your very best in helping to make her wish come true, and to return home to Las Vegas. Most importantly, we are grateful for Heavenly Father's Plan for our Salvation, to join with our Eternal Families. Mom, you have given so much and asked for so little in return. Thank you for always being there for us, for teaching us, helping us, and for always encouraging us to make the best choices. Free Agency was not an option in the Family. When we listened our lives always have gone smoothly. We will work hard to reach the high standards that you set for all of us. Farewell just for a moment. We had so much fun. I'll remember the important times, the good times, too many to count, your advice became the blue print for us. We will honor your wishes always! All Our Love--Mom, GG. You were, simply magnificent! Celebration 7-9 PM, Friday August 10. Bring a Story & Pictures. Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, 3401 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84106. Graveside Celebration Immediate Family Only, Saturday August 11, 10AM. For more information see www.wasatchlawn.com.
Published in Deseret News from Aug. 8 to Aug. 10, 2018
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