Stephen Floyd Larsen

February 5, 1953 to October 17, 2015

stephen2Stephen Larsen, 62 passed away on October 17, 2015 at Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle, Washington from complications due to juvenile diabetes. Stephen was the son of Floyd Richard Larsen and Joyce Marie Larsen born in Fargo, North Dakota. Steve lived most of his life in Seattle, Washington graduating from Queen Anne High School and attending the University of 397092_287418364653552_1070544604_nWashington.


He is survived by his son Matthew Larsen, mother Joyce Larsen, sister Karen Murry, brother David Larsen, nieces Jamie Mollas and Lindsey Evans, nephews Corey Murry and Casey Murry.


A memorial service will be held Thursday, October 29th at the Community Church of Joy, 723 233rd Ave. NE Sammamish, Washington 7:00 pm.



There will be a gathering of family and friends Friday, October 30th 4:00 at his sister’s home in Olympia, Washington.

Memorial donations may be made in Stephen’s name to the American Diabetes Association.

3 Responses to “Stephen Floyd Larsen”

  • JoLynn says:

    I have so many fond memories of all of us growing up and spending time with Grandma and Grandpa Kostoff. Although I have been in Arizona the past 10 years, it was the get-together at Karen and Asa’s where we had the pleasure of seeing many of the relatives and getting to visit with Steve and Matt.

    May he rest in peace.

  • Karen says:

    We all have great memories of those days with our Grandparents when we were growing up. I was so glad to have the family reunion and have a chance for so many of us to spend some time together. I know Steve enjoyed it, too. The moments we have with each other are so very precious and we are especially blessed to have each other and have a loving and caring family!

  • Texas Cousins, Uncle and Aunt says:

    May our dear cousin and nephew Steve, now rest in the cradle of the mercy and grace of our Holy Father, his son Jesus the Christ and the Holy Spirit. Although separation has caused our times together these past several years to be infrequent and brief, the memories of these times are strong and will never be forgotten. You are much loved and will be much missed.

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