Celebration of Life service held Saturday

 

Celebration of Life service held Saturday

A Celebration of Life service for Eula Lee Larson, 76, of West Union was held Saturday, June 1, at West Clermont Lutheran Church in Clermont.  

Schutte-Grau Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Clermont, Iowa is handling the arrangements.

Eula Lee Larson, 76, of West Union died Monday, May 27, 2013, at her daughter’s home in West Union.  

Eula Lee, the daughter of George and Lula (Nading) Weyant, was born March 11, 1937, on a farm near Edgewood.  

She attended school in Fayette.  

She was united in marriage with Laverne Thomas Larson on Sept. 15, 1956, at West Clermont Lutheran Church in Clermont.  

Eula and Laverne owned and operated the Clermont Café, a grocery store in Earlville, the Humboldt Hilton in Humboldt, Ariz.. In addition, Eula babysat in her home for many years in Prescott, Ariz.

She enjoyed cooking, playing the slots and going to the track, spending time with her family and friends, especially her grandchildren, watching the Phoenix Suns, making tacos, eating Barrel chicken, reading magazines, listening to country and polka music, and her handheld poker games. 

Eula was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Craig Larson; and a grandson.

Survivors include her husband, Laverne, of West Union; two daughters, Carla (Everette) Reaves of Sierra Vista, Ariz., and Christy (Wade) Stewart of West Union; 11 grandchildren, Zack Cartier, John Blankenship, Jessica Blankenship, Mariah May, Charity May, Marcus Reaves, Cydney Reaves, Isaac Reaves, Sarah Reaves, Summer Sigmon, and Dylan Stewart; and six great-grandchildren; 

Additional survivors include four brothers, Whitey (Mary) Weyant of Center Point, Don (Shirley) Weyant of Nevada, Ia., Marlin (Vickie) Weyant of Oelwein, and Eugene (Michelle) Weyant of the Quad Cities; and four sisters, Luella Pattison of Knoxville, Pat Hanson and Lois (Mervin) Gregorson, both of Oelwein, and Phyllis Engler of Hazleton.

Condolences may be left at www.graufuneralhomes.com

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