Donald W. “Sonny Hunter” Larson
Services for Donald W. "Sonny Hunter" Larson, 66, were Sunday at the Davidson Funeral home in Topeka. Burial followed in the Leavenworth National Cemetery at Leavenworth on Monday.
Mr. Larson died April 5 at his home in Topeka. He was born May 24, 1933 in Lawrence to Swede and Nellie Agnes Gilmore Larson.
He lived in Topeka most of his life. He served in the United States Air Force in Korea during the Korean War. He worked for Clarence Siebert Silo Company in Topeka.
Survivors include four daughters, Roberta Ralston, Salt Lake City, Donna Alfrey, Tecumseh, and Robin Ramsey and Rexie Schmuck both of Topeka; two brothers, Gary D. Hunter, Topeka, and Raymond Larson, Hartford; seven sisters, Betty Taul, Baldwin City, Hellen Beem, Jolynn Ginter, Donna Roberts, Jackie Hunter all of Topeka; Mary Aldredge, Clariton, Texas, Patty Seymour, Pampa, Texas; eight grandchildren, five step grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
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