OBITUARY

Thomas "Tommy" Larsen

December 17, 1956February 26, 2019
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Age 62 of Coon Rapids.

He was preceded in death by his Father, Richard Larsen; Brother, Bruce Larsen; Sister, Susan Larsen.

Tommy will be deeply missed by his Beloved Wife, Debbie Larsen; Son, Anthony (Jasmine Nordstrom) Larsen; Daughter, Aleesha (Alex Johnson) Larsen; Granddaughter, Raegan Rose; Mother, Lois Larsen; Brother, James (Becky) Larsen; Sisters, Cheryl (Dennis) Knudtson and Sandy (Chuck Connor) Larsen; four Nephews; one Niece; Sister-in-law, Reka Cawelti .

~Gathering of Family and Friends~ Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at Gearhart Funeral Home, 11275 Foley Blvd NW, Coon Rapids, Minnesota from 4pm to 8pm. A prayer service will begin at 7pm.

In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to family.

  • FAMILY

  • He was preceded in death by his Father, Richard Larsen; Brother, Bruce Larsen; Sister, Susan Larsen.

    Tommy will be deeply missed by his Beloved Wife, Debbie Larsen; Son, Anthony (Jasmine Nordstrom) Larsen; Daughter, Aleesha (Alex Johnson) Larsen; Granddaughter, Raegan Rose; Mother, Lois Larsen; Brother, James (Becky) Larsen; Sisters, Cheryl (Dennis) Knudtson and Sandy (Chuck Connor) Larsen; four Nephews; one Niece; Sister-in-law, Reka Cawelti
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Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • Prayer Service Tuesday, March 5, 2019
REMEMBERING

Thomas "Tommy" Larsen

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Paul Anderson

March 8, 2019

I just got home from vacation,and found out about tommy, I met tommy at onans we played softball together, we weren’t very good, but we new how to party, we had a lot of fun together,he was a great guy who will be missed.

Charlie Groetsch

March 5, 2019

My condolences/sympathy to Tom's family. I met Tom during the Onan days (1978-1985). Tom, I and many Onan Coworkers had many good times together. Mentioning a few: Weekly softball games, followed by Legionnaire softball should of-could have meetings, bowling, motorcycle riding activities, boating activities, golfing tournaments, weekend golf outings, Guys Monday night football outings & many Onan family activities. Tom was a person that no one will ever forget. His personality and character made him a very unique individual that will be remembered by many.

Allie Schiebout

March 4, 2019

The Hood was the opposite of Peter Pan. We had too many parents. Too many eyes to catch us being bad, making sure we stayed in our tents when we camped out for the night, to knowing who crashed the snowmobile- there were always too many eyes on us. But too many also meant more love- we have been so loved by our Hood Parents- in retrospect we have been given the most precious gift. We have a family of parents and siblings who to outsiders are just mere friends- but in reality we’ve been there for each other through every accomplishment and every downfall. From birth to death. We are the Hood Kids through and through. Every single one of us will forever long for your “Hi Sweetie” hug wishing the last one we held on a little longer and laughed a little bit harder at your last joke, Tommy. You were a second Dad to me and I will be forever grateful for the 29 years we were able to share. I will love you forever.

Ann Williams

March 4, 2019

I’m so sorry for your loss Debbie and family. I just got to know Tommy the last couple years and I have to say he’s one of my favorite people to talk to and work with! He definitely made me laugh and I’m going to miss him terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Ann Williams. (Formerly from Ferguson)

Brandon Kronwall

March 4, 2019

Always enjoyed time spent with Mr. Larson. Whether it was at the pool during high school swimming, in his garage working on the snowmobiles, or even at Acapulco with the rest of the swim parents after a long hard worked swim meet. Mr. Larson had a special place in his heart for all of us kids. He was a true gentlemen and scholar. He will be dearly missed by the Kronwall family and many others.

We will miss you.
Love Always,
The Kronwalls

Kelsey (Heiman) Held

March 3, 2019

Growing up with Tom as my “neighbor dad” was such a gift. His genuine interest in how you were doing, his great hugs, and how quickly he was ready to help out. I saw him constantly working on cars/snowmobiles, snow-blowing neighbors and helping us out if our Dad was out of town.

Tom was a true gentleman, always making me feel like a princess when I would hang around Matt & Tony. He would make sure they started my snowmobile and helped dig me out if I got stuck. Tom would always say to me “you keep those boys in line.”

There will be a such a void missing from our “hood” but his values will live on: always help out your neighbor, treat ladies like princesses and always be ready to party.

All my love to the Larsen Family ❤️

Donna & Allen Gulbransen

March 3, 2019

Larsen family,
God Bless Tommy & family
Tommy provided us with great memories from camping days. What great folks to be beside. Tommy's helpfulness when our Tahoe quit running. Still provides us with smiles. His yellow 4 wheeler all MUD! Putting in lifts. What friends God has given to us. God Bless your soul. Our sympathy to you all.
Donna & Allen Gulbransen

Jeffrey Jeske

March 2, 2019

My condolences to Tommy's family. I worked with him back in the Onan days, he was a great guy and will be missed.

Jenny (Heiman) Paulsen

February 28, 2019

I have so many memories and we weren’t done making more. I simply cannot choose “one” memory to share because I had an entire childhood of hilarious and perfect memories with Tom. He was like an extra Dad to all us kids. We grew up watching him love all things with motors and boy were those winters fun crusin’ the culdesac on snowmobiles.
As I’ve grown up and grown with this family, one thing is for sure, Tom and Deb are beautiful people, who blessed this earth with a beautiful family, who have a love between them all that is remarkably perfect and breathtaking. That is his legacy.
While he left the party early, and only God knows why, he will be truley truely truely missed. Wish I could hug him one more time.
All my love and prayers.

Pattie/Ken Heiman

February 28, 2019

Tommy referred to our neighborhood as “The Hood”. We have been blessed to be a friend and neighbor for over 30 years. We will miss his strong work ethic, unselfish love and acts of kindness for others everyday. Mostly will miss his hugs and loving smile. Heaven will definitely SHINE much more upon his arrival. God bless you Deb and family.
Ken and Pattie Heiman

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