David A. Larson, MD | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

March 4, 1940 - November 11, 2019


Dr. David A. Larson, M.D., of Edina, died November 11, age 79, after many years of living with Parkinson’s disease. David was born March 4, 1940 in Wausau, WI. He grew up in Wittenberg, WI graduating from Wittenberg HS in 1958. A graduate of St. Olaf College (Chemistry) in 1962, he married M. Kathryn (Hegdal) Larson, his partner in love and life shortly after. David attended medical school at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and later specialized in Neuroradiology. He served 2 years as a U.S. Army doctor in Tacoma, WA and taught in Tucson, AZ before settling into radiology practice at Metropolitan Medical Center and Abbott NW in Minneapolis. David will be remembered for his kindness, energy and dedication to his family and profession. His passions included his family, time at the lake, travel, academics, music and theater, historical non-fiction, camping, projects, photography and his beloved grandchildren. Preceded in death by his dear wife Kathy and parents, Art & Elenora (Rue) Larson. Survived by children Mark Larson (Jean Rehkamp), Jenny Larson (Michael Bischoff), Jonathan Larson (Suzanne Kaufman); grandchildren Andrew, Peter, Isaiah, Grace, Eleanor and Kathryn; siblings Miriam Gandrud (Gary), Larry Larson (Gail), Paul Larson (Dianne) and Susan Larson (Frank Morgan), brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Memorials to Woodlake Lutheran Church or St. Olaf College.





2 Comments

  1. Paul Larson says:

    Dear Mark, Jenny and Jon, This is Borg Larson’s youngest….from Indian Beach Road on the east side of Green lake. So sorry for your loss. Dave was such a nice guy….though it’s been years…. Take care.. Paul Larson, Spicer

  2. We met Dave and Kathy Larson through our mutual profession of Neuroradiology. They became dear friends to us over a span of more than 40 years. Being with them brought joy to our lives. Dave was a remarkable man, a fine friend, and in many ways an inspiration. For us, Dave’s passing is both a sadness and for him a liberation.

    Chris and Betsy Ullrich
    Charlotte, NC

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