Glen Frederick Larson, better known as “Fritz”, passed away on March 9, 2018 in Mt. Pleasant, Wisconsin. Born August 11, 1926, Fritz was a fun loving, humorous, kind and caring man who enjoyed watching sports, especially the Cubs! Fritz and Sue were happily married on February 24, 1951. Loved ones that will miss Fritz until they meet again are his long loving and remarkable wife Suzanne Marie (Naleid), sons Michael (Jan Schroeder) Larson, Paul Larson, daughter Becky (Don) Luedtke, grandchildren Beka Larson, Kevin Luedtke, James Luedtke, Step-grandson Jim (Courtney) Schroeder, Jr., Step-granddaughter Jackie Minatelli, great grandchildren Cole Larson, Weston Larson, step great grandchildren Devin Schroeder, Greyson Schroeder, Reese Schroeder, Sophie Minatelli, Gabi Minatelli, Max Minatelli, sister-in-law Penny Naleid, brother-in-law Jon (Helen) Naleid; several nieces and nephews and long time friends.

Loved ones waiting to greet Fritz to his eternal home are parents Tinus and Hazel, brother Richard, sister Jean (Eastman), sister and brother-in-law Sandra (Ben) Olsen, children Christine and Cynthia, father and mother-in-law Lester and Geraldine Naleid, and step granddaughter Jamie Schroeder.

We have to mention some of Fritz’s accomplishments because he was such an exceptional person and was most proud of his Navy term in WWII from August 26, 1944 to June 26, 1946 where he received the following: American Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, Navy Occupation SVC Medal, WWII Victory Medal, Philippine Liberation ribbon, Honorable Service Lapel Button. He coached Little League Football and Baseball, served as a Choir Boy for St. Luke’s and St. Barnabus Church, served as an Altar Boy for St. Barnabus Church, and participated in the Big Brother Program. Fritz worked many years for Twin Disc and retired at age 62.

Fritz will be remembered by his family and friends as a man who left a 91year trail of laughter, generosity, compassion and wisdom.

We want to give a special thanks to his caregivers and especially his son Paul.