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Gregory M Larson

South Houston, Texas

February 11, 1953 - November 7, 2023

Gregory M Larson Obituary

Gregory M Larson passed away November 7, 2023 at the age of 70

in Houston, Tx. Greg was the son of Orville and Kathleen Larson

and Norvel Derickson. Greg is survived by his 6 Sisters Nancy,

Christine, Denise, Holly, Michele, Amy and 5 Brothers David,

Butch, Patrick, Daniel, Stephen and many Nieces, Nephews and

Cousins. He was predeceased by Brother Gary and his Aunt

Arline.

Greg grew up in Brentwood and Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Soon

after graduation, Greg set out for the then nearly undiscovered

town of Austin, Tx. He graduated from the University of Texas at

Austin and went to work for Texas Instruments. Later he moved to

Houston to work for Compaq, and finished his career at Hewlett

Packard.

Before Greg was old enough to drive a car, he was ready to dip a

line into the water. He would spend much of his time on Lake

Rayburn chasing bass and often offering a fish fry at the house.

Many of us can cherish a picture onboard with him displaying the

Big One we caught. Friends and police from Missouri to Texas

will remember Greg racing about in his white 1970 Mach I during

earlier years. Greg was never one to pass up a party or family

gathering and will be deeply missed but never forgotten by those

he shared his life with. And, as he always said, Godspeed.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Gregory M Larson hosted by Carnes Funeral Home.

Gregory M Larson passed away November 7, 2023 at the age of 70

in Houston, Tx. Greg was the son of Orville and Kathleen Larson

and Norvel Derickson. Greg is survived by his 6 Sisters Nancy,

Christine, Denise, Holly, Michele, Amy and 5 Brothers David,

Butch, Patrick, Daniel, Stephen and many Nieces, Nephews and

Cousins. He was predeceased by Brother Gary and his Aunt

Arline.

Greg grew up in Brentwood and Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Soon

after graduation, Greg set out for the then nearly undiscovered

town of Austin, Tx. He graduated from the University of Texas at

Austin and went to work for Texas Instruments. Later he moved to

Houston to work for Compaq, and finished his career at Hewlett

Packard.

Before Greg was old enough to drive a car, he was ready to dip a

line into the water. He would spend much of his time on Lake

Rayburn chasing bass and often offering a fish fry at the house.

Many of us can cherish a picture onboard with him displaying the

Big One we caught. Friends and police from Missouri to Texas

will remember Greg racing about in his white 1970 Mach I during

earlier years. Greg was never one to pass up a party or family

gathering and will be deeply missed but never forgotten by those

he shared his life with. And, as he always said, Godspeed.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Gregory M Larson hosted by Carnes Funeral Home.

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