Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Jared Scott Larson


It is with great sadness that the family of Jared Larson,  age 33,  announces he joined his Lord and Savior on August 20th, 2020. Jared leaves behind his wife and two small children, whom he loved dearly. Jared and his wife met while attending Auburn University and their family could be found cheering on his beloved Tigers every Fall. As season ticket holders they regularly traveled to the loveliest village on the plains to attend home football games.

While at Auburn, Jared double majored in Economics and Finance and went on to work in the financial industry directly out of college. He was most recently employed as a Regional Wealth Consultant at LPL Financial. He cherished the personal relationships he formed over the years and had long lasting friendships from all areas of his life. In his free time, he loved swimming and reading with his kids. Additionally, Jared was an avid golfer and enjoyed traveling with friends to play a variety of courses around the county. If Jared was not with his family, working, or floating in the pool - you could find him on the golf course. 

A Memorial Service in memory of Jared will be held on Saturday August 29, 2020 at 11:00am at First Baptist Orlando, 3000 S. John Young Pkwy Orlando, FL 32805. A live stream of the service will also be available at  https://www.firstorlando.com/larson/ .

Two locations have been set up for those who desire to make memorial donations in memory of Jared.

Orlando Health


If you wish to mail a donation please write “In memory of Jared Larson” on the memo line and mail to 3160 Southgate Commerce Blvd. Suite 50 Orlando, FL 32806.

Auburn University

Please make donations to the Auburn University Foundation for the Jared Scott Larson Endowed Scholarship at Auburn University.  Checks can be sent to Auburn University Foundation at 317 S College St. Auburn, AL  36849 or you can go online at auburn.edu and give to Auburn.







Unknown said...

Jared was just a class act. He was so likeable and bent over backwards to assist us in doing business inside LPL. As cruel as it seems, God must need him more than we do. Rest in His arms, Jared. We love you.

Chris Kirkland said...

We are saddened beyond words to hear of Jared’s passing. We immediately hit it off when he first met with us and we discovered we had a deep interest in all things NFL. I listened to his podcast with his brother every week during football season. He was a fantastic person and the world lost a good one. We will miss him.
Chris Kirkland and Kevin Kelly