Lawrence Terry Larson

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Hey Terry,

Your "other" family are such awesome people, we will all miss you. I am so glad you are not in any pain now, play them drums loud!!!

Gonna miss ya buddy, we had many good times.

lema,u we're and always will be my favorite drummer,will miss ur smile and ur hugs,i know ur playing the drums in heaven and ur no longer in pain my friend

Lema, You will be missed so much. I'll never forget you. I remember you always at my brothers. We were all there, but you sat on the kitchen chair drinking coffee and just visiting with everyone. You were part of the family. You always gave me a hug, when I saw you and you had the best smile. I'll never forget you playing the drums with the band. I'll think of you every time I play the Midnight Breeze CD. You even sold me your car for my sons first car. He loved it too. Now that your...

Lema. We will never forget you. Every time you came to our house to visit you would bring Kelsey (our daughter) a gift. She still has her teddy bear that you gave her.
Lots of good times. You will be missed.

Lema, You will truly be missed by so many friends/family..myself included. I have many fond memories of going to see you (and the others guys) in the band. I loved when you played/sang "lucille" and "Stagger Lee" just for me.
I was so glad that I was able to visit you when you first got to the VA and we were able to share some wonderful fought a tough battle but it is time for you to rest,you will never be forgotten!
love always,
your friend Pat

Lema at Rush Lake 2004

Lema. I will never forget you. We had so many great experiences thoughout the years playing together in the band. Our band was a family for over 35 years. I will always remember "Boogie Boy" and of course "Lucille" as the last song of the night. Hopefully they have a nice drum kit and some sticks up where you are now. I'll miss you buddy.

Lema was a special person, he will be missed. Shawn and Bobbi you did a wonderful jester by carrying out lema's wishes I'm so proud of you two.

Lemont..your smile always lit up the room. I, like many others will always have fond memories of you. You will be missed - at least we all know, you are now at peace.


Lawrence's Obituary

Lawrence Larson passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Lawrence are being provided by Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 8, 2013.