Pamela Fritsch Larsen

1952 ~ 2022

Evening Viewing Larkin Sunset Gardens

1950 East Dimple Dell Road
May 12, 2022 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Morning Viewing

Wanderwood Ward 2195 East Pepperwood Drive
May 13, 2022 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Funeral Services

Wanderwood Ward 2195 East Pepperwood Drive
May 13, 2022 12:00 PM

Our beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend, Pamela Fritsch Larsen passed away May 7, 2022. Pam was born on March 1, 1952 to Raymond William Fritsch and Ella Bradley Fritsch. She grew up with her sisters and brother; Annette, Linda, and Bradley, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She attended Highland High School.

She married her sweetheart Doug in 1972 and then later sealed that love in the Salt Lake Temple for eternity. With her loving husband by her side, Pam raised three children; Dave, Michelle, and Mike. She has always treasured and has been so proud of her beautiful family. Pam has six wonderful grandchildren who brought her indescribable joy. Her beautiful blue eyes sparkled with so much happiness whenever they were near and whenever she spoke of them. She enjoyed every moment spent with them and they all look forward to spending more time together when they see each other again.

Pam and Doug held each other up with deep devotion as they nurtured each other through their health challenges. Their bond is unbreakable. Pam always put others' needs before her own. She has truly earned her place among the angels.

Pam is a true, strong friend and mother. If Pam loved you, and anyone else treated you poorly, she would fight endless battles for you. She would never judge you. She always had a shoulder to lean on and an ear to listen. She was overflowing with compassion. Her bubbly personality and smile could brighten up any room. If you have ever been hugged by Pam, you've had a glimpse of pure love.

Pam was preceded in death by both of her parents, Ray and Ella Fritsch, and her brother Steven who passed away as an infant. She is survived by her husband, Douglas Larsen, her brother Bradley Fritsch (Cheryl), her sisters, Annette Rohovit (Tom) and Linda Bain, her three children, David Larsen (Trudy), Michelle Larsen, and Michael Larsen (Jenny) along with her six amazing grandchildren, Bryce, Charlotte, Emily, Ben, Alana, and Lincoln.

A viewing will be held on Thursday, May 12th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Larkin Sunset Gardens, located at 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), Sandy, Utah and also on Friday, May 13th from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at the Wanderwood Ward located at 2195 East Pepperwood Drive (10900 South), Sandy, Utah. A celebration of her life will follow at the same location at Noon.

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Dear Larsen’s, We send our sincere condolences at this sorrowful time. We remember Pam so many times visiting Ray and Ella. She was so delightful to be around., and was a light in everyone’s life. Her parents adored her and spoke often of their beautiful Pam.
Love to you all,
The Bendixen’s

- Glen & Mary Bendixen

I often went to Doug's in the days when Pam worked. She was a no nonsense lady you always knew where you stood with her she made you feel like you were the most important person in the store and would share great stories. Back in those days I admite I would go to Doug's just too talk with Pam she is a wonderful Elect Lady and a great person. My thoughts and prayers are with your family as someone so special will be greatly missed and I pray the Lord's choicest blessings find your great family. All her wonderful kids and grandchildren are evidence of what a great life she lived.
God bless you all.
Steve Gardiner

- Steve Gardiner

Our sincere condolences to the family. May the Lord bring comfort to all the members of the family and keep her memory alive forever. This is a temporary goodbye and the family will be together in the eternity.

- Wallace and Marilda Fritsch

Dear Larsen Family,
The Bready family sends their love and feels great sorrow for the loss of their beautiful and beloved Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt and Grandmother, Pam. Until we meet again.
Randy and Gladys Bready

- Gladys/Randy Bready

With Great Sadness I send my deepest sympathy to those you have left behind.
We had great friendship and comfort in our journey through High school and our lives with marriage, children and getting old!
Your support with messages was always a delight ! I will miss them.
Linda and I will keep the home fires alight, cheering on your loved ones,
Kids and grandchildren .
May God watch over you in heaven!
All my love my dearest ❤
Rest in Peace 😘 xxxxs Marsha

- Marsha Ferre Nusbaum

Big hug to all the Larsen family!!! Pam is a very important person in my childhood!! So very sorry to hear of this.

- Julie Meldrum-Stewart

So sorry for your loss. Prayers and positive energy sent out for the family.

- tracy morris