Roberta A. Larson | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

July 8, 1936 - July 23, 2020

Roberta A. Larson

Age 84, of Shakopee. Loving mother, grandma and sister. Preceded in death by husband, Lowell Larson; son, Douglas Larson; son-in-law, Thomas Nielsen; parents, Robert and Agatha Hayes; and siblings, Mike Hayes and Pat Hayes. Survived by children, Lowell (Nancy) Larson, Jr., Julie (Brad) Larson Broberg, Kellie Nielsen, Steven Larson, Joann Larson and Bonnie (Jamie) Keith; 14 grandchildren and 16 great- grandchildren; siblings, June Erie and Dennis Hayes and numerous relatives and friends.

"We love you Mom and you will be in our hearts forever."


  1. Vicky Ryan says:

    Our Deepest sympathy to all the Larson Family on Bert’s passing. I remember our family get togethers when we were kids and how much fun we had. Your mom was a very sweet, kind and loving lady. I remember her laugh. It was very unique. Some of you girls laugh like she did! I’m sure she will be deeply missed. My mom and dad sure enjoyed getting together with Lowell and Bert. I would have liked to have come to her funeral but with covid going on, I think it’s best not to. Take care and prayers to all!

  2. Pat Roschen says:

    Dear Larson Family,
    Jon and I are thinking about you all and praying for peace as you morn the loss of your dear Mom, Grandma , and Great-grandma, Roberta. It was always a treat to travel to your place to visit, so many great memories! Bert was always so pleasant and friendly, and I could tell she was a hard worker. You can be very proud of her! We will not be able to attend the funeral, and know that we would like to be able to give you our condolences in person, but we will be there in spirit. We wish you peace, God Bless!

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