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Larry V. Davidson
September 4, 1963 ~ November 17, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Larry was born on September 4, 1963 in Portland, Oregon, to Don and Joan Davidson. He moved to The Dalles, OR at 11-days old, where he loved to play baseball, basketball, fish, and hunt “varmints.”
Larry stayed in The Dalles until he left for his Mission in New Orleans, LA. When he returned from his Mission, he married his first wife Maria Harrison, and together they moved to Rexburg, ID to attend Ricks College (BYU’s junior college). After receiving his Associates Degree, he and Maria moved to Portland, OR where he attended Portland State University to major in Criminal Justice. That is also where he had his first child, Dylan Davidson.
A few years after graduating from college, he landed his dream job with the DEA (even as a little boy he always said he wanted to be a G-Man). As a DEA Agent he traveled the world and held posts in Seattle, WA; Jackson, MS; and Nicaragua to name a few. After his career with the DEA was over, he became a Forensic Accountant, which also took him all over the Country, investigating suspected money laundering schemes, and other potential bank crimes.
In 2002, while working for the DEA in Portland, he met and married his second wife Allison Drake, where they had his second child, Sofi Davidson. However, the life of a DEA Agent soon took its toll and they amicably parted ways.
As they say, “three times a charm,” and it was his third and last marriage to Rebecca Seely that provided the glue that stuck. Together they traveled, enjoyed family and friends, and activities centered around their church.
He is survived by his wife, Rebecca, his children, Dylan Davidson, Sofi Davidson, and Spencer Johnson; his sister Linda Davidson-Joy, his nephew Brian Joy, and good friend Melanie Alley. He is preceded in death by his brother Mark Davidson, Father Donald Davidson, and Mother Joan Davidson (Tunison).
Donations in his name may be made to the Last Chance Cat Ranch of Lethbridge, Canada at https://www.thelastchancecatranch.com/donate-1.