Darren Dean Larson

Everett, Washington

1962 - 2017

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Darren, though we haven't seen each other since we were kids in the same neighborhood, I am totally shocked and sad to hear about your passing. I just think of you as the happy little kid riding his bike like crazy, hanging out with Unkie, always sharing. Oh man, I hope you are in a better place now and maybe we will meet again up there.

I met Darren when I was 16. He was in his Bronco, top down, smiling and spouting off some remark and that laugh..I didn't know at that moment the impact that he would have on my life, and the grief I would feel now that he is gone. He took care of me when we were out, but not just me, he watched out for all of his friends. Over the years our lives took different paths, but we always took time to check in on each other. I wish I could drop in on you, dance with you, hug you, just one more time...

Darren, you were a bright ray of sunshine amongst the dark clouds. Thank you for always being there for us. You helped us more times than we can count, when no one else would, out of some pretty serious situations. We will do our best to treat others the way you treated us. We are better people because you were a part of our lives and for that we will be forever greatful. Rest in peace, friend.

Darren, I can not begin to express the grief that I'm feeling because you are gone. I take solace in knowing that you are at peace and no longer in pain, however will be forever haunted with the tradgic memory of your passing. Im sorry that I couldn't save you, there was nothing that I could have done....except simply be there with and for you. I will miss you in a massive way as you were a massive presence in my life. I can not fully speak for the boys and what they are thinking or feeling...

I met Darren about 5-6 yrs ago.and instantly thought of him as a friend. He was the most genuine person I ever had the privilege to know. He truly cared for his family and friends. R.I.P my friend.

I'm going to miss your smiling face Darren. You where and always be my gentle giant it's so great to know you touched every body you came in contact with.

I remember Darren as a happy go lucky kind of guy from high school. He was just a low keyed guy with a chuckle for a laugh. He used to hang out with our Silverlake crowd drinking beer and having fun. Although I didn't keep up with him over the years the news of his passing upset me greatly. God Keep you Darren. You will be missed greatly.


Darren's Obituary

Nov. 17, 1962-Oct. 17, 2017 Our kind and caring son was tragically taken from us due to a senseless act of violence. He graduated from Cascade High in 1981. He enjoyed fishing with his "Unk" in Neah Bay at a very young age and went on to fishing and crabbing in Alaska. He also worked at...

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