Marilyn J. Larson

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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One of my favorite memories is hearing Marilyn laugh, when my mom, Geri Imes, and Marilyn were drinking coffee together. She was so funny! We lived across the alley. Our families were connected. I was still in grade school when the Larson's moved to Texas. We were all so sad, but especially my mom. She and Marilyn had such a wonderful friendship. I can still hear her laugh.

We have wonderful memories of Marilyn - so warm, kind and fun - and so loved. When our babies were born she was there to celebrate and help - a very special woman who loved Jesus, family and friends. We are praying for you.

Hello there folks- I'm so sorry for your loss. My Ma and I worked with Dean and Ron at Film Tec. I only met her a handful of times and knew from that and what her husband and son talked of her, she was so sweet and special. My heart goes out to you. Please tell Dean, I still get together for breakfast with Joe Nash. If he'd ever like to join us I'd be happy to come pick him up and return him, some saturday morning. Paul Kevorkian,, 952-607-8821

I am so sorry for your loss Dean, I know how close you two were. Mike Lindahl

Dean & Family, Marilyn was such a wonderful , caring woman. I enjoyed seeing all of your family when you were at 1st Free. Prayers for all of you and may God keep you right in the center of His hand. In Jesus Love, Sharon Brueske Buddensiek

Aunt Marylin was always a gracious host in my memory. She will be sorely missed. May you always remember her kindness and generosity.
--Andy Nelson, Indianapolis, IN

Carlson/Larson Reunion 2007

Marilyn was one of the sweetest happy people I have ever met. I am so glad I got to call her family.

(I thought the Larson clan might like this photo)

Aunt Marilyn was a wonderful woman and a fun aunt. I always loved seeing the Larson kids with Dean & Marilyn unload from the car at the lake in the summer time. Great memories. Now she is laughing and playing in heaven with all the family and friends who have gone before her.


Marilyn's Obituary

Marilyn Larson passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 14, 2012.