Connor Larson Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, Connor Joseph Larson, who was 18 years old and from Yankton, South Dakota, passed away at his home. Memorial services are scheduled to take place on Tuesday, January 17, 2023 at 10:30 AM at the United Church of Christ (Congregational) in Yankton.
The Reverend Jacqueline Hickox-Morgan will preside over the ceremony. At a later time, interment will take place in the Garden of Memories Cemetery located in Yankton. Visitation will take place on Monday, January 16 from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Wintz & Ray Funeral Home in Yankton. Friends and family are encouraged to attend.
Matt Larson and Holly Treter welcomed their son Connor into the world on April 29, 2004, in the city of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The family relocated to Yankton, South Dakota, when the baby was just six months old in order to be nearer to extended family. Connor is a graduate of Yankton High School, which is located in the Yankton School District.
He received his diploma in the year 2022. Connor had a long history of working at McDonald’s, but he left there not too long ago to begin a career in retail. Connor was a huge music fan, and some of his all-time favorite bands and artists included the Beatles, Bob Marley, and Green Day. He was convinced that music had the power to alter the course of history. He had a passion for assisting others, and he managed to make an indelible mark on virtually everyone he came in contact with.
The outdoors and his cats were two of his greatest passions, both of which he shared with his family. Connor is survived by his mother, Holly Treter, who lives in Yankton; his grandmother, Val Larson, who also lives in Yankton; his father, Matt Larson, who also lives in Yankton; two brothers, Cody and Dakota Larson, who also live in Yankton; Connor’s great grandmother, Dorothy Stanage, who also lives in Yankton; and a large number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Connor’s great-grandfather, Doug Larson, as well as his grandfather, Don Treter, and grandparents, Don and Dottie Treter, as well as his great-great-grandparents, Conley and Dolores Stanage, and Kip and Irene Larson, all passed away before him.