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Larry Clayton Carlson
December 21, 1948 ~ October 24, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Larry Clayton Carlson of Canton, New Jersey, passed away on October 24th 2023.
Born in Salem, New Jersey on December 21, 1948 to Clayton and Betty Carlson, He is the oldest of 6 siblings. After high school, Larry joined the Navy and fought in the Vietnam war, he was enlisted for 2 years and got to visit places like Japan and Hawaii during his enlistment. After the Navy Larry was a roofer for sometime and then joined the carpenter union from where he retired. He was a well loved person in the community. He loved hunting, fishing, and gardening, he took a lot of pride in his garden every year even up until the end, always reminding us what to pick and to check on it for him. His other hobbies included shooting sporting clays every Sunday at the sportsmans club and just visiting with his friends every day on his daily drives around town. He was a true outdoorsman, just loved being outdoors, feeding his birds and just sitting outside on his swing or in his chair down by the barn. Larry was a great man, loved his daughter very much and all the people that knew him always had great things to say about him. He will be missed by many family and friends.
Larry is survived by his daughter Samantha (Michael), brothers Dennis and Dale Carlson (Barbra), sisters Donna Carlson and Holly Carlson-Ecret (George)
If you would like to send flowers, please send them to his daughter Samantha Stadvec or make a donation in Larry's name to Shriner's Children hospital (Larry was big on donating to the children's hospital every year at christmas time).