He was born March 2, 1955, at Vinita, Okla., to Wayne and Emery Larson.
He was a graduate of Parsons High School. After graduation, he worked for the Katy Railroad. He transferred to Fort Worth, Texas, to work for the Union Pacific Railroad. His favorite hobby was riding his motorcycle.
Survivors include his wife, Teresa Kay, of the home; a son, Casey Baker of Cabot, Ark.; a daughter, Kodi Muse of Benton, Ark.; a stepson, Travis Pugh and family of Joplin; his mother, Emery Larson of Grove, Okla.; two brothers, Rick Larson and his wife, Julie, of Benbrook, Texas, and Doug Larson and his wife, Liz, of Grove, Okla.; a sister and her husband, Jose and Kip Fentress of Grove, Okla.; seven grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded by his father, Wayne; and a granddaughter, Beth Baker.
He was cremated, in accordance with his wishes.
Adcock Funeral Home of Afton, Okla., was in charge of arrangements.