Simon C. Larson

Simon C. Larson

Simon Craig Larson was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 25, 1984.  He was the fourth child, and second son of Craig and Jane Larson.  Simon was tragically taken from us on Christmas Eve while riding an ATV doing what he loved best – enjoying life with his friends in the beautiful mountains of Park City, Utah.  He married the love of his life, Maryella Weston Weeks, on a sandy beach in Mexico on April 27, 2019.  

Simon attended Highland High School and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Utah.  Simon had a larger than life personality that radiated positivity, kindness and loyalty.  His energy was infectious with a gravitational force that drew people into his circle.  Simon made people feel special because his kindness and love were genuine, and they loved him for that.  He cherished his extensive family of loyal friends that were so woven into the fabric of his life, they were an essential part of his identity. SFK was not only his brand, but elemental in understanding his world.  Simon loved his nieces and nephews, patiently teaching them how to snowboard, build fences and use a chainsaw.  He lived his life on his terms pursuing his passions and dreams.  From building custom motorcycles to snowboarding around the world, he loved being outdoors and working in his shop.  Simon was an amazingly talented artist, craftsman and metal fabricator.  His artistry and custom designs continue to be displayed in businesses, hotels and homes across the state. Simon was the sun at the center of our universe and it felt truly “Glorious” to live in the warm embrace of his sunshine.  

He will be deeply missed by his family and friends. He is survived by his wife Ellie, his parents Craig and Jane, his sisters Vanessa and Aubrey, his brother Quinn, any many nieces and nephews. 
A viewing will be held on Friday January 1st from 6pm-8pm and a funeral service the following day at 2:00pm on Saturday January 2nd at City View Mortuary located at 1001 East 11th Avenue Salt Lake City, Utah, 84103. For those who wish to attend the service in person, please abide by Covid -19 safety guidelines. Masks will be mandatory.   

Link to Zoom funeral:

Meeting ID: 810 7940 0542
Passcode: slarson

  • Wendy Zogg
    Posted at 18:52h, 29 December Reply

    My heart goes out to his family and friends.!
    Gus bless you all.

  • Jay Martini
    Posted at 18:54h, 29 December Reply

    I’m sorry for our loss but grateful I got to enjoy Simon’s presence not only locally but on a few different bike rides and one glorious time for Burning Man. He was a great guy who touched the hearts of many and will not be forgotten. Thanks for sharing him with us.

  • Jen Hinze
    Posted at 07:56h, 30 December Reply

    What a beautiful tribute. Thoughts and prayers to all of Simon’s sweet family and friends.

  • Ike Robinson
    Posted at 10:16h, 30 December Reply

    So sorry Craig. My thots and prayers are with you.

  • Chris & Leisa Root
    Posted at 16:43h, 30 December Reply

    Jane , Craig and family, we are so sorry for you sudden and tragic loss of Simon. We pray for your comfort at this time.
    We love you,
    Chris and Leisa Root

  • Mary Aiken
    Posted at 07:30h, 05 January Reply

    Ellie, I am so sorry. Much love and thoughts and prayers to you and all your family.

  • Elizabeth Pike
    Posted at 13:37h, 21 January Reply

    I have thought so much about Simon, his wife and his family. I am so sorry for your loss! What a horrible shock! We are praying for you!

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