Monday, April 12, 2010

Scott Edward Larson

Scott E. Larson, 49 of Windermere, joined his Lord and Savior on April 11th, 2010. Scott left this earth surrounded by the people he most enjoyed being with in life, his loving wife of 27 years, Ladelle, sons Jared and Micah and daughter, Bekah. Scott was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the son of Edward Orlando and Beverly (Straight) Larson and is also survived by his sister, Carrie Csordacsics and brother Lee Larson of Sioux Falls, SD.

Scott was most recently employed as the President of Franklin Square Capital Partners, where he led the firms marketing, sales, distribution and operation efforts. Prior to joining Franklin Square, Scott served as senior vice president, national sales manager of CNL Securities Corp. Scott attended First Baptist Church and Board Member of The First Academy where he helped provide a Christian education to hundreds of young adults. Scott enjoyed the lakes of Windermere and vacationing with his family. He also thoroughly enjoyed attending his children's sporting and theatrical events.

A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church of Orlando on Wednesday, April 14, 2010 at 4:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that contributions be made to The First Academy in his memory.


Unknown said...

I remember Scott as a guy who loved life and his family. He always made us laugh. We have fun memories of Scott, Ladelle and Jared during our years at Southtown Baptist Church in Bloomington, MN. We feel so sad that he left this world so young, but rejoice that he is with the Lord in his forever home. Ladelle, we love you and pray for you and the kids during this difficult time.
Woody and Debbie Holyfield

J Tanner said...

Words are meaningless when a great guy like Scott gets promoted. It seems like yesterday that this sharp couple of newlyweds appeared from So.Dak. at our little church and stole our hearts.
Wit, intelligence,sincerity, creativity...they had it all. I can't imagine the loss Ladelle and her friends and family feel.
I read where your former Christian friends meet you at heaven's gate. Bet he's still slappin' high fives!
In Him, JT.