Aaron Larson, 33 of Dalton died Thursday, December 19, 2019, at Sanford Health in Fargo, North Dakota.
Aaron Kenneth Larson was born on December 19, 1986, in Fergus Falls, Minnesota at LRHC the son of Floyd and Cheryl (Dornburg) Larson. Aaron was home schooled by his Mom, attended Country Bible Christian Academy, and then two years at Minnesota State Community and Technical College.
Aaron had three sisters that he loved very much. He felt family was most important next to his relationship with God.
He was employed with Perkins in Fergus Falls, as a cook, for ten years, and He worked at Home Depot for the last several years. Aaron’s sense of humor and sarcasm carried over with anything that he did, and he was very kind and loving to everyone. He was a gentle giant, a defender who would go out of his way to protect people. He enjoyed the outdoors, hunting, and was an advocate for the right to bear arms. His nieces and nephews were very important, along with being close to his brothers-in-law, they were his brothers. He attended Life Church and loved the Lord with all his heart. It was important for Aaron to share Jesus and enjoyed Bible study with his buddies.
Aaron is survived by his parents, Floyd and Cheryl Larson of Dalton; three sisters, Charity (Zach) Hovland of Fergus Falls, Erica (Jake) Jensen of Erhard and Anna Malecha of Dalton; ten nieces and nephews, Logan, Ethan and Katelyn Hovland, Thomas, Josef, Asta and Ariella Malecha, Jacob, Michael and Daphney Jensen; grandmother, Marlene (Melvin) Dornburg-Anderson of Fergus Falls; and by numerous relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Swen and Laurize Larson and Alvin Dornburg.
Funeral Service: 11 AM, Monday, December 23, 2019, at Life Church in Fergus Falls.
Visitation: Sunday from 4 to 7 PM, with a 6:30 PM Prayer Service, at the Glende-Nilson Funeral Home and one-hour prior on Monday at the church.
Clergy: Rev. Greg Perman
Interment: Bethel Cemetery, rural Battle Lake.
Funeral Home: Glende-Nilson of Fergus Falls
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