Biografi for: Lawrence Peter Larsen

THOMPSON FALLS- Lawrence Peter Larsen worked as a welder in California shipyards and as a carpenter in Martinez, Calif., retiring in 1962 because of ill health. He lived in Concord, Calif., before moving to Thompson Falls in 1970. He was an Army Air Force Veteran of World War II and a member of Carpenters Union.
Mr. Larsen, 66, died Thursday night in Clark Fork Valley Hospital in Plains of cancer.
Born in Dagmar, a son of Lawrence P and Kristine Nielsen Larsen, he attended school in Dagmar and worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps. He attended welding school in California. On March 16, 1941, he married Virginia Ball in Reno, Nev.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Lawrence P. Larsen Jr. of Antioch, Calif., and Dennis L Larsen of Concord; three daughters, Darlene May Jackson and Karen Lorene Orman, both of Antioch, and Diane L Howard of Grand Ronde, Ore.; six brothers, Theodore Larsen of Clearlake, Calif., Arthur Larsen of Martinez, Richard Larsen of Billings, Leonard Allen Lyson and Marlin Lyson, both of Spokane, Wash., and Maynard Lyson of Post Falls, Idaho; a sister, Cora Anderson of Plentywood; and 13 grandchildren.
Services will be at 2pm Monday in Our Savior's Lutheran Church and at 2pm PST Thursday in Oakmont Memorial Park, Lafayette, Calif. Shrider Funeral Home, Plains, is in charge.