Larry-Wilson-Obituary

Larry Wilson

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Larry Wilson gave a two day seminar at United Bank of Denver, now Wells Fargo, in 1970. It changed my life and gave me skills that I use to this day. He was a leader and dynamic speaker and his focus was on relationship and mutually discovering the best way to provide a service and make life better for everyone. I've thought of him many times over the years and am sorry to hear of his death, active to the very end. Rest in Peace Larry, I'll never be able to thank you enough.

“A true hero has some power to make us a gift of a larger life.
Larry gave this gift to thousands, including me.

I can truly say that Larry inspired me more than anyone throughout my career, prompting me to start my own training company founded on many of his principles and values. Whenever we were together, I felt like I was the only person in the room. My heart goes out to Larry's family for losing one of the best teachers of all time..

Larry was easily the most inspirational an dynamic man I have ever met. The years I spent working with him were a turning point in my life.

Larry, you intelligence, humor and brilliance are your legacy. I am honored to have been able to learn from you and work with you.

Dr. Garnett

No one, not even family had more of an impact on the course of my life than Larry did. Because of his teachings, I became a better salesperson, a better friend, a better father and a better husband. I will always remember him.

I had the good fortune to know and work with Larry outside of Santa Fe. What a contribution he made to my life and so many others. I will miss him, but his teachings live in my heart.
Blessings,

Susan Luiz Santa Fe

Larry can only be described as "love on wheels"--he made everyone feel better whenever he entered the room. Our profession will forever be impacted by the standard of caring and professionalism he set.

Larry, thank you for being my profound source of inspiration in life and work. All my accomplishments since 1980, I owe to you. Luis Collazo from Puerto Rico.

Obituary

Larry's Obituary

LARRY WILSON Beloved Father, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather Larry Wilson, passed away peacefully in his daughter's home, surrounded by family after complications due to a stroke suffered in 2009. He was 83. Born in Louisville, Ky. in 1930, Larry grew up in Minneapolis, MN. He graduated from St...

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