Curtis W. Larson

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August 7, 1948 ~ December 2, 2022

Born in: New London, Minnesota
Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado

Curtis Larson, 74, passed away on Dec. 2, 2022. Survived by his wife, Emily; two sons, Michael, and Patrick Larson; 3 step-children, Jennifer Matinas, Daniel J. Burt, and Lindsey Mulvey; sister, Marlene Shirley; nieces, Laura, Cathy, and Robin; nephew, Jerry; 6 great-nieces; 2 great-nephews; and 3 great-great nephews; a granddaughter; and 10 step-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his mother, father, and brother-in-law. Curtis was born on Aug. 7, 1948, in New London, Minnesota. Curtis spent 23 years in the US Army and served two tours in Vietnam. Retired with honors in 1989. After retirement, Curtis was with the Fountain Fire Dept, Captain of station 2. He was also Fire Chief in Bennett, Colo., and volunteered with the Hanover Fire Dept. He was a Past Commander of the American Legion Post 207/lifetime member of the VFW 5812. Curtis loved to fish, laugh, and told everyone how awesome they were. Celebration of life will be held at the VFW 5812, 127 E. Spaulding Ave., Pueblo West, date and time to be determined. Interment will be at Pikes Peak National Cemetery, date to be determined. Memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s Association to fight Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Alzheimer’s Association, 1520 N. Union Blvd., Ste 103, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

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  1. I will miss you, “my friend”. We were friends since High School. You graduated and left for the Army 2 years ahead of me. You were always close to me in my heart over the many passing years as I was to you, obviously. I say obviously because it was you that found and got in touch with me first. You and your family saved my life when you did. I was not in a very good place and having someone look me up and travel the distance to see me in person after so many years rejuvenated my spirit. You and your family has always made me feel at home since. I will miss you Curt, my friend.

  2. Curtis was a good neighbor always willing to help us with anything. Enjoyed spending time talking and having a few beers together. Truly a good man and will be missed.

  3. Sorry Curt, you know me, my fingers get tangled up sometimes, lol. You were the Love of my life once, then we went our separate ways, but still remained friends, for that I was grateful…. RIP my friend!!!!!

  4. Curt you were my mentor when I joined the department and more importantly you were my friend these past 31 years. I will miss you terribly so. Rest easy buddy, I Love You.

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