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Larry Lynn Jorgensen

November 26, 1944 — March 14, 2024

Larry Lynn Jorgensen

      Larry Lynn Jorgensen was born in Soda Springs, Idaho On November 26,1944 to Earl Jorgensen and Ruth Pearl Hulse.  He died peacefully in his sleep March 14, 2024 where he lived in Assisted Living at Famiglia Amore  in Tucson, AZ.  His parents preceded him in death. He is survived by his brother Steven  (Carol) several nieces and nephews and his father and mother in law Gene and Jennie Winter and family.  Graveside services will be conducted on Wednesday, March 27 at 2:00 p.m. At the  Inkom Cemetery.
      Larry served a mission to Brazil after graduating from BYU.  He was then employed as a technical writer with Schweitzer in Pullman, Washington. Larry met Elizabeth Lou Cardon in Moscow, Idaho when they traveled together with a group of single women to Wenatchee, WA  to a singles dance.  Elizabeth was very impressed with Larry’s new Toyota 4 runner and during the drive they found they had a great deal in common.  They were married  in December, 1994 in the Idaho Falls, Idaho Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  Following their marriage  they made their home in Pullman WA  where Larry worked for Schweitzer Engineering.  From there they moved to Aberdeen WA  where he worked as a technical writer for Lambs Grays-Harbor.
       Elizabeth  died in  2016. Larry was a faithful, patient and caring  husband.  Although her  illness made it very challenging for him at times, he tried to give Elizabeth everything to make her happy; for example, they traveled to Seattle to Pavoratti’s concert in 2007 and she shopped for family and friends at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on line.     Larry was loved and very much appreciated by Elizabeth’s family. 
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