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Richard Alexander (Ricky / Alex) Larsen, Jr.

November 13, 1983 - July 11, 2019

Funeral Home Woodlawn Funeral Home, Cemetery, & Cremation

Ricky’s celebration of life / going away party will be at the Huber Gasthaus  https://www.hubersgasthaus.com/  at 5 o’clock on friendly grove.  Please remember to dress “fun” and bring a side dish if you can. Most of the family will be wearing Hawaiian shirts and a fedora or something he would wear. There will be a bounce house, rock painting, balloon art, hacky sack, cards, music, dancing, a movie room, marionberry shortcake and much much more. The event will be family friendly until 9pm after that its party time. Please come join us to celebrate this incredible man. He would want us to have fun. Lets make him proud!

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Richard Alexander Larsen Jr. (Ricky / Alex)
Born to Richard Alexander Larsen and Mary Kaufman on November 13, 1983 in Sacramento California at Sutter memorial hospital at 8:16 AM
Ricky passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on July 11, 2019 at the age of 35.
He went to school at Woodand Elementry, Komachin MS, Timberline HS and then River Ridge HS. He loved sports and excelled in Martial Arts, Track and field, Football, Wresting and Swimming. Ricky was fun, outgoing, loving, caring, unique and adventurous. He
absolutely loved hacky sack and always carried one around. He loved animals and sometimes preferred them over people, animals loved him, they naturally gravitated toward his good spirit. He was a magician, balloon artist and an amazing chef. He loved to wood carve and left his family some beautiful pieces to remember him by. He loved to Dance and was always the life of any party. He enjoyed travel and being adventurous. He would climb any mountain on a whim and skydive anytime he could. He loved water and felt at home near the ocean.
He was an amazing swimmer! He was absolutely fearless and would try anything. He was highly intelligent and could master anything he put his mind to. He loved music and could write beautiful, deep songs and freestyle with the best of them. His unique style was practical meets dapper and he always wore a smile. Ricky lived in Hawaii for a short time and that seemed to be the happiest of his life with so much opportunity and adventure at hand. He wore his emotions on his sleeve. He made friends everywhere he opened his heart to love so many people and they loved him back. He was loyal, strong and loving. He was the best big brother anyone could ask for and the coolest uncle any kid could want. Most 
importantly, he loved his family! His parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and especially his nieces and nephews. They adored him.
Ricky is survived by his Father Richard Larsen Sr, his Mother Mary Pescatore (Mario) his Sister Cheyenne Larsen, Brother Jesse Larsen (Marissa) Brother Jacob Larsen and his Sister Cierra Larsen (Billy) his brother Tony kirkpatrick, his step brother Ryder Pescatore, his Nieces Lilly, Norah-June , Audrey and his Nephews Cohnan and Aaron, all of his loving cousins, Aunts, Uncles, his family, and all of his wonderful friends.
One of his favorite quotes was “Never forget to play”.

He would want anyone reading this to be happy and honor his memory in a positive way. 🙂
We Love you Ricky!
https://www.hubersgasthaus.com/
Ricky’s celebration of life / going away party will be at the Huber Gasthaus  at 5 o’clock on friendly grove.  Please remember to dress “fun” and bring a side dish if you can. Most of the family will be wearing Hawaiian shirts and a fedora or something he would wear. There will be a bounce house, rock painting, balloon art, hacky sack, cards, music, dancing, a movie room, marionberry shortcake and much much more. The event will be family friendly until 9pm after that its party time. Please come join us to celebrate this incredible man. He would want us to have fun. Lets make him proud!