Tulsa Allen Larsen, age 23, of Altonah, passed away February 22, 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah, after a long exhausting battle with addiction.
Tulsa was born in Roosevelt on January 8, 1996, to Jason Allen Larsen and JennieLue Crosby Larsen. He graduated High School from Horizonte in Salt Lake City. He married Kacelyn D. Harris on October 11, 2014 in Altonah, Utah.
Tulsa was very excited to become a father, and loved his children very much. When he would spend time with them he wasn't afraid to run and play, and be a kid right along with them. He loved weight lifting and working out, and had the muscles to prove it! He was a hard worker, and loved the oilfield. He was very proud to be called a "Rough Neck". Tulsa was very protective of those he loved. Anyone who met Tulsa fell in love with him, he had this engaging smile and great laugh. He had an energy level no one could match, and loved to tease. Tulsa had a great sense of humor. He was never afraid to strike up a conversation with a stranger, because of this he made friends wherever he went. He and his sister "Hailee" shared a special bond. Even though Hailee was 5 years older; growing up if Hailee went, Tulsa was right beside her. He is loved dearly by us all and will be missed greatly.
Tulsa is survived by: children Sobriyah JaeLei and JuLius Kwynne; mother, JennieLue Bracamonte (Craig Iverson); sister, Hailee Larsen (Jonathan Brandan) ; grandparents, Karolyn Jessen, Robert Allen (Leslie) Larsen, Glenda Taylor (Tony) Perea; aunts, Ericka (Steve) Wall, Melissa (John) Engel, Annie (Billy) Daniels, Lynnzie VanLeuven, Alexis Dressen; uncles, Calvin Lee Crosby, Jeff Crosby, Evan Crosby, Guy Crosby, Jean Taylor-Woodbury and many cousins (who were like siblings).
He was preceded in death by his father, Jason Allen Larsen, and grandfather, Calvin Crosby, Sr.
“There are things we don't want to happen but have to accept, Things we don't want to know but have to learn, and people we can't live without but have to let go” Unknown
Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 1, 2019, at 11:00 a.m. at the Hullinger Mortuary with a visitation from 10-10:45 a.m.
Burial will be in the Altonah Cemetery.