Brent Larson

Brent Larson

Brent Larson

Brent David Larson age 47 of Tracy, passed away Monday, June 24, 2019 at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota due to complications following a heart attack.  Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm Friday, June 28 at the Tracy United Methodist Church.  Visitation will be held from 4:00 – 7:00 pm Thursday at the Tracy Area Funeral Home, and will continue one hour prior to the service at church on Friday.  Interment will be at the Tracy City Cemetery at a later date.  Stephens Funeral Service – Tracy Area Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Brent was born April 21, 1972 to James and Vernice (Miller) Larson in Tracy.  He was baptized and confirmed at Tracy United Methodist Church.  Brent graduated from Tracy Area Public Schools.  He was a hard worker and gave every task his all, no matter what he did.  He was a very loyal person with a heart of gold.  Brent always gave to others, not asking for anything in return.  His ultimate gift was to be a donor, which he fulfilled after he passed away, in order to help many people in need.  Brent was an incredibly proud uncle and loved his nephews very much.  He was a member of the Tracy Eagles Club and enjoyed golfing, hunting, bowling, and working with Black Labs.

Brent is survived by his mother Vernice of Tracy; brother Dru (Nicole) Larson of Tracy; nephews Derek and Trevor Larson of Tracy; aunts Mary (Dan) Fowser of Long Lake and Jean (Stan) Larson of Lake Sarah; uncle-in-law Duane Verdeck of Hutchinson; and many other relatives and close friends. He is preceded in death by his father James, grandparents, aunt Gerry Verdeck, and cousin Derek Fowser.

9 thoughts on “Brent Larson”

  1. Anne Collier (Miller)

    Vernice, Dru and family
    I am so sorry to hear about your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Honest, caring, and considerate, this described Brent to me. Always someone who would greet you, walk across the street to help you, and consider your feelings before his own, Brent was a man of true character. As Romans 5:3-5 states tribulation brings perserverance, perseverance produces character, and character relieves hope. Brent had hope in his heart, which was the love of Jesus Christ. Blessed be his memory.

  3. Connie Fischer

    Dear Vernice, Dru and Nicole, & Families, Heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your loved one, Brent. His happy smile will be greatly missed. So enjoyed our neighborly talks! Brent was always a helping hand whenever he saw a task needing to be done. My heart aches for you! May God wrap His arms around you tightly, granting comfort and peace.
    Connie Fischer, Wagner, SD

  4. Brent you where a good man, u always had a smile on your face when I would see you. You will be missed my many. Rest in peace bud.

  5. Brent was a great person. Always eager to help and share a laugh. He will be truly missed. Our deepest condolences to his entire family.

  6. Gerry & Mary Leonard

    We are so sorry for your loss. Brent always had a smile and visited with us whenever we would see him. He will be missed. We have memories of him at our house with our kids in high school.

  7. My sincere condolences to the family. May you find comfort in all the memories you hold close in your heart!

  8. Doreen West Osland

    Vernice & family,
    My heart breaks for you! Brent had such a kind soul! I will be praying for you in the days ahead as you navigate life without him. My sincere sympathies to all of you!

  9. Vernice, Dru, Nicole & families,
    I remember Brent best in his younger years; church, bowling and hanging out with our Troy. Always a smile and that hint of mischief in his eyes. Our deepest sympathy to you all. Praying for strength this day and for each day you journey ahead in life without your precious son and brother. God bless.
    Sue (Buysse) & Phil Skramstad

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