Larry Curtis Harrison

5/6/1952 - 5/27/2021
Laurel, WA

Larry Curtis Harrison

5/6/1952 - 5/27/2021
Laurel, WA


Larry passed away on May 27, 2021 after a ten year battle with heart disease. Born in Bellingham, WA to Noel and Florence (Wolfe) Harrison, he was 5th of 6 in a loud, close-knit family raised on a dairy farm in Laurel.

Larry graduated from Meridian High School in 1970 and had many interesting jobs ending with early retirement from the county due to his heart. A member of the Loyal Order of Camels, he spent many years helping put on the spring fishing derby.

Larry had a wicked sense of humor and a great laugh, he was always willing to lend a helping hand. He loved nothing more than driving his tractor around his property in Beautiful Downtown Laurel which had Cedar trees with a giant swing, a zipline, and a treehouse (just some of his clever projects), and finishing his day sitting around his campfire telling stories. He loved his family and grandchildren most of all.

Larry is survived by his life partner, Sue Pazaski; sons, Leo (Amanda) and Taylor Harrison; sons of his heart, Tate (Tanya), Travis (Aimee), and Torrey (Kim) Pazaski; grandchildren, Clara and Nolan Harrison, and Tracen, Tanner, Caden, Emma, and Josie Pazaski; sisters, Joyce Herrin and Judy (Al) Larsen; and many nieces and nephews who loved him and will miss him tremendously.

Larry is preceded in death by his parents and his brothers, Duane, Dale, and Leo.

A celebration of Larry’s life will be planned at a later date.

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3 responses to Larry Curtis Harrison

  1. So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. Always fun to be around. My daughters still remember the lawnmower races. I will always remember the good times.

  2. Ronni Olsen says:

    Sue & Kids; so very sorry for you loss. Larry was always tons of fun. Our prayers are with you and the family.
    Ronni Pottle Olsen and sisters; Cathi Flaherty, Debbi Dahlquist and Tammi Bailey.

  3. Sue and family,
    So sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. We have lots of fond memories of Larry and he always had a smile and laugh to share. Larry and Helen Birchall

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