Lynn Larson

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died July 30, 2007

Lynn E. Larson, age 60, of 2722 South Hill Road, Gladstone, MI died Monday July 30, 2007 at the Christian Park Health Care Center in Escanaba where she had been a resident for the past week.
Lynn was born February 23, 1947 in Escanaba the daughter of Lyle A. and Eva V. (Popour) Leonard. She was raised in North Town and graduated from the Escanaba High School class of 1965. She continued her education at Bay College where she studied business and medical terminology.

Lynn was united in marriage to Howard Larson on September 16, 1967.

Lynn was employed by Citizens Insurance in Escanaba for 17 years prior to working as a Paralegal for Green, Weisse, Rettig, Rademacher, Clark and Bray, P.C. for the past 9 years.

Lynn was a member of the New Horizons Ministry Church in Gladstone and her hobbies included playing Bingo, Kismet and camping with her family.

She loved riding motorcycles and traveling. She traveled most of the United States except for the New England States. She treasured her family, especially her children and grandchildren. In recent years she learned to crochet and made numerous items for her church craft sales. She was an avid Green Bay Packer and she will be sadly missed by her family and friends.

Survivors include:

1 son: Brant (Bobbie) Larson of Escanaba

1 daughter: Rhonda (Albert) Rousseau of Escanaba

4 Sisters: Cleo (James) Starnes of Escanaba, Beverly (Wayne) Corwin of Gladstone, Ann (Michael) Trudell of Gladstone, Lisa (Donald) Marcellus of Harrisburg, PA

4 Grandchildren: Alex and Adam Larson of Escanaba and Nathan and Nicholas Rousseau of Escanaba.

Numerous nieces, nephews and cousins

Lynn was preceded in death by her parents.


0 Tributes for “Lynn Larson

    I hold dear my acquaintance with Lynn and will miss her. Whenever I spoke with her, or even now, think of her, I smile.
    Jane Commander
    Elkhorn, MI

    We love and miss you Aunt Lynn! You were very special to each and every one of us!

    Josh & Nikki Godfrey
    Escanaba, MI

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