Thomas-Larson-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels

Thomas Kirk Larson

Golden Valley, Minnesota

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I worked with Tom at The Big Kids with Ron Peterson. The two things I will always remember is how he was so kind to everyone and secondly, those spatulas sticking out of his wig when he was doing a spot on impersonation of Julia Child!!
Say hi to Ron for me! Jane

You lived life fully, honestly, and to the brim with love for all your family, friends and colleagues. Now you get to sing for the Big Guy in the sky......Well done Tom! Save a place for us in the choir loft. We will miss you terribly until then.....

I recently reconnected with Tom on Facebook after many years....I was his first dance teacher. He was planning on coming to our 50-year celebration on the 19th and I was so looking forward to seeing him again. Rest in peace sweet Tommy....... My condolences to the whole Larson family.

I have lost a true friend, Classmate K-12, in Band, Scouts , Camping. The community has lost a talented performer, Family and Friends are in my prayers

what a doll. One of the first musicians I met when I moved here. We became instant friends. Love you, you sweet vulnerable man. My condolences to the whole Larson family.

Hello Minneapolis/St. Paul friends of Thomas Kirk Larson! Please pass this information on to interested colleagues!
I am so grateful to be involved in the planning for his memorial celebrations! Tom was often my roommate in Dale Warland Singer tours as well as a valuable singer in my Jerry Rubino Plus performing/outreach ensemble of singers/actors!
Friday night (May 10 from 4 – 7 PM at Washburn-McCreavy in Edina) is primarily an opportunity to greet the family and to share stories...

Peace with you Tom. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talents with the Wayzata Women's Chorus. May you and your music soar in the heavens.

A Friend and Colleague I will miss....!

This picture was taken on Tom's sofa. =)

Rest in peace Thomas Kirk Larson. You left this world better than you found it, and you will be missed. Much love. ?

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