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February 02, 2010
I was so sorry and surprised to hear of Nena's sudden passing into heaven. She was certainly a gentle soul and loving sister to her family. She loved having John and Eileen come to her house on the holidays and decorate with her. Getting her dog, Minnie, dressed for the parade, etc. I've enjoyed many sweet stories Eileen shared with me of those times. My condolences and prayers are with her family. Beverly Thomas
January 31, 2010
I have many wonderful memories of my sister, Nena Gregg Larson. Talented at so many things - business, music, and sports, she loved doing it all. She designed & developed residential properties in LA & Orange Counties and San Luis Obispo and became a realtor broker/owner of Action Realty in Arroyo Grande and Grover City. She was an excellent organist who held recitals in her home and taught organ for many years using the Mildred Alexander method. In her younger years, Nena was a professional ballroom dancer, ice skater, and avid surfer. Later she took up golf and became computer literate in her 70s. Nena adored her dog, Minnie, who she taught to ride a skateboard! My sister never stopped learning new things and enjoying all that life had to offer. I will miss you terribly, Nena. God Bless…
Your brother Mike

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