Timothy LarsonTimothy “Tim” G. Larson, 62, Bisbee, N.D.
Timothy “Tim” G. Larson, 62, Bisbee, N.D., died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011, at his home.
Mr. Larson was born on May 4, 1948, in Devils Lake, N.D., the son of Glenn and Betty (Wayne) Larson. He attended school in Minot, N.D., Rolla, N.D. and graduated from New Rockford (N.D.) High School. He attended Mayville (N.D.) State College. He moved to Bisbee to help on the family farm and drove bulk truck for Farmers Union, Agate, N.D. He married Shelia Mahlum on Aug. 2, 1975. He moved to Wibaux, Mont., and worked for several ranches. He married Karla Weisenberger in 1989. He worked as a truck driver for Glacier Carriers, in the Flathead Valley, Mont area. He moved back to North Dakota in the late 1990s and worked for Dahl Trucking and Clouse Trucking, both Langdon, N.D., and Peyerl Trucking, Cando, N.D. He enjoyed fishing and spending time at Lake Metigoshe.
He is survived by four daughters, Wendy (Brian) Lang and Lindsey Larson, both Jamestown, Haley Larson, New Rockford, and Courtney (Ronnie) Mundy, Broaddus, Texas; two sons, Tyrell and Craig Larson, New Rockford; two sisters, Cathy (Russell) Fletschock, West Fargo, N.D. and Lori (Dean) Oakland, Bottineau, N.D.; and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two infant sisters; grandparents, Oscar and Emma Larson and Arthur and Jean Wayne.
Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Bisbee Lutheran Church, Bisbee.
Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. today, Dunnigan-Dix Funeral Home, Cando and one hour before the services at the church.
Burial: none planned.
Online guestbook: www.dunnigandix.com
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