Bambi Larson

San Jose, California


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Bambi LarsonResident of San JoseThe family of Bambi Larson is saddened to report her untimely passing. She was born in San Jose on November 13, 1959 to Diane and Wally Larson. She is survived by her children, Renee and Steven; her brother, Scott (Christie); her boyfriend, Bob; uncles, Don (Bev)...

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Our family is deeply saddened by the news of Bambi's passing. We grew up together as neighbors through childhood in South San Jose. Myself, my brother and sister with Bambi and Scott. Our memories of her were filled with the era of a carefree, genuine and safe time - in the late 60's and 70's. Such a tragic loss for someone who we remembered as such a wonderful, pleasant, smiling young girl. She will always be in our thoughts and prayers, Rest in Peace Bambi.

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Rest In Peace! Rembering your precious life in prayer. God bless, David

I went to school several years with Bambi; We are on the same page of Pioneer's 1976 yearbook. I went into the military upon graduation and have been away many years. However I vividly and fondly remember Bambi because she was a focused student, yet nice to everybody; she was confident yet friendly and fun-loving. We once went on a school field trip to San Francisco, and at one point several of us including Bambi were in a gift shop looking at goofy novelties and laughing and having fun. I...

I met Bambi at SJSU. We met through a mutual friend, and became fast friends. We had a lot of funny, crazy times on campus and off. Unfortunately, we fell out of touch after my second year. We did reconnect briefly when she was working at IBM. I remember her as a genuinely sweet, and intelligent friend. She always seemed to have it together and had a plan. My heart hurts over her untimely death. I am honored that we did cross paths, and that my memory of her is nothing short of...

My deepest sympathies to Renee, Steven, Diane, Wally, Scott, and Bob.
Bambi was one of my dearest and best friends. We met 18 years ago when we worked for Affymetrix and became close friends.
She was kind, generous with her time, humorous, intelligent, beautiful, mischievous, and fun. We lead such busy lives, separate lives yet we managed to get together once a week schedule permitting for coffee dates, shopping, walking hiking, or wine. Abby always joined us.
Our talks...

I did not have the pleasure of meeting Bambi but I did have the pleasure of meeting her children, Renee and Steven. Renee spoke fondly of her mother. And Renee and Steven are just as kind-hearted and loving as their mother. I'm sure Bambi was very proud of them and how wonderful they have shaped their lives as young adults. May you forever rest in peace, Bambi. Your imprint on this earth will last forever.

I had the honor of meeting and getting to know Bambi on our magical adventure in India.

I remember she was my partner in an emotional exercise and I looked right into Bambi's eyes and she showed me kindness and compassion. I am grateful we met.

She was a beautiful person with a laugh and spirit that I will miss. May you rest in peace lovely lady. Much Love.

I remember the magnificence of the Taj Mahal (India) brought tears of "I can't believe I am here".

Bambi came into my life when she joined me for a trip to India. Those 16 days were full of chats, deep conversations, sharing lives, laughter, tears, shopping, wine, great food and so much love for one another.

Bambi was such a soft spoken, loving and caring person. Her eyes always twinkled with life and joy.
May you be in peace and love. You will be missed.
My prayers to her family and friends.