Lawrence Lee Arden was preceded in death by father, Richard Lee Arden; son, Dylan Eugene Arden; brother, David Richard Arden; grandson, Jayce. He is survived by wife, Tabitha Kae Arden of Colorado Springs, Colorado; son, Christopher Lee Arden (Emily Bullock) of Colorado Springs, Colorado; daughter, Amber (Cord) Griffin of Fremont, Ohio; three grandkids, Aiden Arden of Ohio, Ambrianne Griffin of Ohio, Winston Arden of Colorado Springs, Colorado; mother, Nancy Smith; brothers, Tim, and Sam; and sister, Debbie. Also survived by many nieces & nephews

He drove an OTR Semi for 13 years and was currently a water line operator.

His most precious times were times spent with his children & grandkids. He adored all his grandkids & would do anything for his family.

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  1. I met Larry several times at his work place. Very friendly and cordial. Just a nice man. I am sorry for his loss.

    1. Thank you he was a very good man!

  2. Our condolences.
    Larry will be missed, always
    loved 🙏

    1. Thank you he was one of the good ones gone to soon for sure I’m so lost without him

  3. I’m so sorry tabby and amber you are in my prayers….

  4. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you this is just heartbreaking 😔❤️

  5. This is so heartbreaking. Larry was such a great guy, and his memory will live on in each of us who loved him. My condolences go out to the Arden Family and friends. I love you all.

  6. I hadn’t known Larry for a long time. We don’t have a “History”. But Larry made a big impact on not only my life, but to all those around him. I am grateful to have known him and proud to call him a friend. He has an amazing family that has endured much sadness. I pray your memories last forever and bring you comfort.

    1. Thank you means the world

  7. I have always separated work from home (many many years) but I broke that rule when Larry was hired. Absolutely beautiful soul, immediate trust: friends. He brought his son on a few months later and well, he’s just a chip off his dad. I have only known Larry one year but it felt like I had known him a lifetime. Larry, your chair still sits in the shop where you left it and I cannot imagine anyone else in it. I surely do and will forever miss our talks. Rest easy my friend.

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