Judith A. Larson

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Judith Ann Larson, 75, of Gaylord passed away Sunday, December 12, 2021, surrounded by her loving family.

She was born the daughter of Harry and Marian (Sparre) Larson, on December 23, 1945, in Allegan, Michigan.

Judy was an amazing mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Her passion in life was her family. She always kept them laughing and was a constant source of strength and advice.

Throughout her life she enjoyed sewing, each child had something made by her. Christmas will never be the same. Not only will her cookies be missed, but also her handmade ornaments, scarves, and hats. She spent hours and days working to ensure that each family member felt her love. On weekends she played cards and board games, her favorites were Yahtzee and Dominoes.

She was passionate about her faith and would talk politics as long as someone would listen.

“Our hearts are broken, but we know she will be our angel as she guides us through the years.”

 Judith was preceded in death by both of her parents; as well as brothers, Raymond Larson and John Larson.

She is survived by her children, Theresa (Mike) Belden-Fuller of Grandville, MI, Tim (Cheri) Belden of Jenison, MI, Seacrette Hammer-Anderson of Gaylord, MI, and Edward (Amanda) Hammer of Casnovia, MI; grandchildren, Spencer Fuller, Elishia (Jon) VanDenberg, Nathan Belden, Morgan Anderson, and Evelyn Hammer; great-grandchildren, Mackenzie, Grace, Hunter, and Elianna VanDenberg, and Carter and Grayson Belden; siblings, Nancy (Gary) Ackerman and Edward (Judy) Larson; and sister-in-law, Barb Larson; along with several nieces and nephews.

As per her wishes, cremation has taken place, and the family wishes to remember her privately.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

6 comments on “Judith A. Larson”

  1. We enjoyed visiting with Judy and being neighbors with her. A sweet lady. Will miss her and seeing her grandson come each afternoon on the school bus. Our prayers for all of her family.
    Tom and Nancy Long

  2. Elizabeth Johnson

    Judy was another mother to me even when her son (Tim) and I were not together. She accepted and helped everyone no matter what. She was a wonderful person and hostess. Judy always had cake or cookies or something sweet when we came over along with some coffee she loved having guests. Always sent us birthday cards, Christmas cards, and Christmas ornaments. She was a wonderful wonderful lady. Sad to see her go but glad she is no longer in pain and in a better place. Love her so much.

  3. I am saddened to hear of Judy’s passing. I so remember all the good years we had growing up and going to the cousins. Judy was always my angel. I extend my sympathy to her children and all other family members. She had so much love to give. May God’s love and peace surround you at this time. Carol (Larson) Klein and husband Larry

  4. Seacrette Anderson

    Thank you Carol and Larry. I replied to your christmas card, sorry mom wasnt able to see it. God Bless, and thank you for keeping in touch with her all these years

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