Veggo F. Larsen II

veggo larsen ii
Veggo Frederick Larsen II died unexpectedly on May 19 at his home in Palmetto, FL. Born September 16, 1952, he was the son of Janet Andersen Larsen of Hamden and the late Edwin Veggo Larsen. He leaves his brother Peter (Ann) of Williston, VT, and sisters Rebecca (Oliver) Ames of Wellesley, MA and Brenda (Edward) Larsen of Twin Falls, Idaho. He was predeceased by his brother, Eric Bullard Larsen. He is also survived by five nieces and nephews; Lisa, Will, Lars, Elena, and Dane. Veggo grew up in Hamden, attended Hamden Public Schools and graduated from the Wharton School of Finance. He held a variety of management positions in real estate, government, and the recycling business. He was a lifelong golf enthusiast and enjoyed traveling, especially his annual trips to Mexico. Burial services will be held at the convenience of the family.

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  1. a tragic loss of a unique and wonderful friend of over 40 years. I will miss his quips and his mind and his loyalty.

  2. I rode the bus to grammar school with Veggo and Eric. Ironically, my husband commented this winter on how a man named Veggo Larsen (Veggo’s Dad) came to his shop in New Haven some time agao. They talked about Turks and Caicos where he had a home. I will remember young Veggo’s sweet smile.

  3. My condolences to the family and friends of Veggo. I remember playing golf with him on the HHS golf team down at Meadowbrook Golf Course. We’ll all be scratch players im paradise Veggo.///Mike Devine

  4. So sad to hear of Veggo’s passing – I remember the Larson’s from Riverside Drive – a lovely family – god bless – Mindy Harris – Quinn

  5. So sorry to hear about Veggo’s passing. I am one of the many friends he made during his time living in Denver. Veggo enjoyed life fully and brought many good and fun moments to me and my family’s lives. RIP Veggo.

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