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Montgomery "Monty" Glen Larson

Montgomery "Monty" Glen Larson, 53, of Bemidji, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 at his home after battling cancer. He was born April 14, 1955 in New Underwood, S.D. to Robert and Gloria (Cummins) Larson. He grew up and graduated from high school in ...

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Montgomery "Monty" Glen Larson

Montgomery "Monty" Glen Larson, 53, of Bemidji, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008 at his home after battling cancer.

He was born April 14, 1955 in New Underwood, S.D. to Robert and Gloria (Cummins) Larson. He grew up and graduated from high school in Park Rapids.

He married Helena Mason June 29, 1974 in Glenwood. They lived in Glenwood and he worked as a carpenter. In 1975 he moved his wife, daughter and son to the state of Washington where he was stationed in the U.S. Army.

He moved to Bemidji and attended Bemidji State University. He was a self-employed cabinet maker and he owned and operated Woodworks Unlimited in Bemidji.

He married Anita Jantzen Aug. 10, 1991 in Bemidji.

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He is survived by his wife, Anita; two daughters: Terra Zeise of Apple Valley and Brenna of Bemidji; two sons, Patrick of St. Paul and Evin of Bemidji; three grandchildren; father, Robert (Angie) of San Antonio, Texas; mother, Gloria (Donald) Town of Park Rapids; three brothers: Gordy (Kathy) Town of Mahtomedi, Dennis (Rose) Town of Sartell, and Dan of Fargo, N.D.; two sisters: Sherry Larson of Park Rapids and Renee (Darrel) Anderson of Park Rapids; and a paternal grandmother, Dorothy Myrvold of Sedan.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Clark; step-grandfather, Birger Myrvold; and maternal grandparents, Melvin and Leone Cummins.

Funeral service: Friday, Oct. 31 at First Baptist Church, Bemidji, with Matt Keller officiating.

Online condolences can be left at www.olsonschwartzfuneralhome.com .

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