Curtis C. "Mose" Larson

Plaquemine, Louisiana


Plaquemine, Louisiana
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


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Curtis passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 5, 2015 at his residence at the age of 86. He was a retired pipeliner with Southern Natural Gas Company, a resident of Plaquemine and a native of Bayou Chene, La. Visiting will be at Wilbert Funeral Home, Plaquemine on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 from 10am until religious services at 2pm, conducted by Rev. Darryl Tate. Interment will follow at Grace Memorial Park, Plaquemine. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Judith Shaffer Larson; daughter, Michelle L. Griffin and husband William Bradley "Brad"; sisters, Lila "Peach" Curry, Alcion Sandefur, and Judy Schouest and husband Paul; sister in law, Maured Larson; brothers, Eldridge O. Larson and wife Frieda, Larry Larson and wife Lynn, H.H. "Cotton" Larson and wife Elaine, Ronald Larson and wife Linda, and Gary E. Larson; honorary granddaughter, Chelsey VanHoose; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Herman "Shine" and Armead Carline Larson; sister, Velma L. Larson; brothers, Roy O. Larson and H.J. "Jay" Larson and wife Sarah; and brothers in law, Lynn Curry and Charles Sandefur. Pallbearers will be Michael Larson, David Larson, Jody Larson, Corey Larson, Ronnie Larson, Travis Schouest and Steve Larson. Curtis was a member of Grand River United Methodist Church. He was a very talented woodworker, a good friend to many which in return he had many good friends. Curtis believed that one man's trash was another man's treasure and many people benefited from the treasures he found. He also cut hair for many of his friends. Special thanks to Comfort Care Hospice, Jody and numerous family members for their loving care. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Please share memories at

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Mrs Judy and Family,
Will and I have such fond memories of Mr Curtis from the years we worshipped together at Grand River UMC. He certainly was a very talented woodworker and you hit the nail on the head when you said he could turn one man's junk in to another man's treasure. We also remember how much he valued and loved his family. May our Heavenly Father bring you comfort during this difficult time.

The entire staff at Wilbert Funeral Service expresses our sincere condolences. May your heart soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times spent together as you celebrate a life well lived!