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Oct. 1, 2011

Lynn Howard (Lars) Larson, 73, a longtime player for the Emerald City Masters in Washington State died Sept. 30 after a long battle with cancer.

Larson was born in Halstad, Minnesota, became an engineer in Tacoma, Washington, and designed the upper structure to the 11th St. Bridge to carry power lines to the Port of Tacoma.

Larson retired in 1995 and has played for more than a decade with the Emerald City Masters. In addition to softball, he played badminton, volleyball and golf.

He is survived by wife, Karen (Walch), children: Craig, Kim Wells, Kristin Hatfield, and Kevin (Tracy).

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