Curtis Larson

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Oct 3, 1947 – Nov 10, 2017 (Age 70)


October 3, 1947
November 10, 2017
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


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Larson, Curtis Passed away peacefully on Friday, November 10, 2017. Age 70. Loving husband of fifty years to Carin. Cherished father of Scott (Rose) and Brandon (fiancee Lori). Adoring grandpa of Emma Rose. Step-Grandfather of Gage and Paige. Fond brother of George (Barb) Larson. Beloved uncle of...

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Carin and Family,
I still take long motorcycle rides west of Madison, but they're not the same without Curt. Each time I think of when Curt and I rode through this town or that farmland road. I hope you have found healing as you remember the experiences you had with Curt.
Brad Salzwedel

Carin and family:
I was saddened to learn today of Curt's passing. I got to know him while working on projects together at Bentley. After my husband passed away, he was so thoughtful and caring. Such a kind, wonderful person. He will be missed by so many people.

Carin and Family,
I was shocked to hear the news of someone passing that I grew up with in Crystal, MN. I knew Curt from the time he was 10 or 12 years old. To all his friends back then he was Corky. We did a lot of fun and adventurous things in our teens and twenties. I will always remember him as a fun loving, ambitious, and very hard working guy.

Carin and Family I can not find the words to express the loss your family has suffered. I will miss Corky in every story we tell about our growing up in Crystal Mn So many good times. He was always so positive in everything he did. We will keep his memory alive by telling the stories over and over again. Thank you for let us share in your life stories with Corky

Curt and riding friends. 2014

Carin & Family,
Curt has been a motorcycle riding friend of mine for some time. Both in small groups and with just the two of us. We often met for breakfast before a ride. I enjoyed every minute I got to spend with Curt and I miss him.
I pray for you to find peace and comfort as we remember Curt.
Brad Salzwedel

We will miss our friend both on the water and off. Sail on my friend.

Bob & Judy

To Carin and Family,

We mourn with you over the loss of Corky. We remember his friendly and welcoming presence at many of the Plewacki family functions we have attended over the years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. With Love, Linda and Guy Mahmarian

It was my distinct pleasure to work with Curt during my time at Briggs and Stratton, specifically at the former Lock and Key division on Good Hope Road. Those were challenging times for us as we were working hard to grow the business and I remember Curt as someone I could always count on to be positive, cheerful, and uplifting no matter the situation. As successful as Curt was in his career, I know that his family by far gave him his greatest joy and satisfaction. My deepest sympathy to...