Douglas C. "Doug" Larson
1955 - 2020
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Douglas C. Larson, "Doug", owner / operator of Bullseye Windshield passed away February 9th, 2020 at Mercy Regional Medical Center. He put up a good and Godly fight, in a surprisingly short battle with cancer before Jesus called him home.

Doug was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on January 15th, 1955. He moved to Durango, Colorado in 1991 where he started his windshield company.

Lover of baseball, fishing, bird hunting, and their labradors, Doug and his wife Gail Larson shared many happy moments together. They were married on January 25, 1998. It was an amazing year, the Broncos won the Superbowl for the first time ever.

He will be truly missed by his best friend and wife, Gail. Doug is remembered by his stepsons, brothers, sister, nephews, nieces, cousins, extended family, and a large community of customers and friends.

Doug's Funeral Service will be Saturday, 2/22, 12:30pm at Florida Mesa Presbyterian Church (1024 CR-230, Durango, CO 81301). All who knew Doug are welcome. Thank you for spreading the word and God bless!

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Published in The Durango Herald on Feb. 13, 2020.
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March 5, 2020
So sorry to hear this Gail and family. Doug was a great neighbor and friend. I bought my first car from him and had several windshields installed or repaired.. He was always joyful to be around and had good stories and insights to share. Fly high Doug! Sending love and prayers to Gail and family.
Jeremiah Aukerman
February 24, 2020
Love you Uncle Doug, rest in peace. You will always be remembered. Sorry I didn't get to say goodbye.
Tammie Silverstone
February 24, 2020
It is hard to imagine a better uncle and friend. Always there for me in good times and bad. He taught me to fish in a lake and with Christ. His love for the Yanks and baseball in general was unmatched. He led by example, he was tough, he was compassionate and a friend to all that would accept friendship. I will miss you UNC......and will see you soon.
Mark Lallak
February 20, 2020
I only knew Doug briefly, but I feel like I've known him forever because his loving wife told me stories and shared how much she loved him and that he was her best friend. I know you are in a better place Doug, but words cannot express how much you will be missed by those that knew and loved you.....rest easy my friend....
Sheri Rogers
February 20, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful Bother. Ill always remember all the good times at the lake and how you never forget to call me on my Birthday. Our long conversations on the phone will surly be missed by both me and Joan. Love your Brother Ron And Joan Larson
Ronald Larson
Brother
February 18, 2020
I remember taking Doug and his little brother Terry ice skating while living with them in Minneapolis. They were both a lot of fun and would play pranks on me & each other. Good memories of my brother-in law. Rest In Peace. Condolences to his family . Rose Post (Larson) Lakeville, MN.
Rosie Post
February 17, 2020
My Condolences to you Gail and the family! Prayers for peace for you all.
Susan Wilson
February 15, 2020
Doug touched so many people's lives. Always talking about his love for his family. He was never too busy to stop and catch up no matter how it had been. He will be deeply missed and always loved and respected.
Dave and Stella Best
February 15, 2020
Doug-you will be sorely missed, driving around in your van, honking and waving as we crossed paths. You once told me you felt Jesus was calling you into His ministry. I never knew His ministry would continue in a Bullseye van. You never missed a chance to talk about what you loved most in this world, Jesus. All of heaven rejoices as they receive into the kingdom another true and faithful servant. I love you, brother.
Victoria Robbins
Friend
February 13, 2020
My heart hurt when I heard the news. Fun memories came in about working together for a while 30 years ago and how it was great working with a hard working trustworthy man. I bought a good car from you as you cared for your cars. We missed you when you moved to Durango and thankfully we kept in touch over the years talking kids, baseball, dogs, vehicles, real estate, Jesus and life. You are missed.
Minneapolis friends - Joel and Marga
February 13, 2020
Doug:

You are the only Yankees fan I ever Liked. Ill even cheer for the pinstripes this year.

Love always,Boston
February 13, 2020
Doug- Live with the Angels ~ you are truly blessed.
Neighbors- Chris and Wendy
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