Clifford Larson
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LARSON, Clifford It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Clifford (Swede) Larson at Leduc Extendicare at the age of 95 years. Those that knew Clifford best will remember his great sense of humour, colorful jokes and stories. He was fortunate to have lived and worked in many locations here in Canada and overseas in Pakistan, Lybia, Greece and England. He loved spending time with friends and was an avid hunter, but what he loved most of all was the time spent with his family, and he will be greatly missed. Clifford will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 71 years, Frances; two daughters, Kathy Marsh of Estevan, Sask., Penny Beraskin of Edmonton and son David Larson (Alanna) of Warburg and Son-in-Law John Smith (Carol) of Regina, Sask.; 8 grandchildren Vanessa (Craig), Jeffery, Jamie (James), Brock (Erin), Brittany, Tara (Jay), Danny and Patrick and 10 great grandchildren Boyd and Kaybrie (Vanessa in Regina), Sydney and Allie (Jamie in Estevan), Kash (Brittany in Edmonton), Jayden, Cole, Austin, Gage (Tara in Devon), Jonny (Danny in Devon); sister Jean Fullerton (Norman) of Winnipeg, MB and brother Jerry Larson (Evelyn) of Norquay, Sask. and numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Clifford was predeceased by daughter Carol Smith (John), grandson Steven Larson (David), brother Doug Larson (Nettie) and sister Lorraine Olmstead (Harvey). A celebration of his life will be held with family later this summer in Norquay, Sask. Condolences: Serenity Funeral Service, Leduc (780) 980-3688

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Published in Estevan Mercury from Jun. 9 to Jul. 9, 2021.
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September 6, 2021
We tipped a few
He was a great guy!
Had a great sense of humour.
Ron Fai
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