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CELIA W. LARSEN, MEMBER OF DUP FOR 54 CONSECUTIVE YEARS, DIES AT 88

Celia Woolley Morrison Larsen, 88, who was national vice president of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers for six years, died Tuesday, June 19, 1990, at her home of complications from injuries suffered in a recent fall.

She had been a DUP member for 54 consecutive years, had served as captain of the Jefferson and Bodell Jensen Camps, captain and organizer of the Woodruff Camp and president of the North Salt Lake County DUP.Mrs. Larsen was a member of the Queens Committee, the Days of '47 Committee and chairman of the Pioneer Park Pageant.

She was a member of the Salt Lake Council of Women, was a Red Cross volunteer during World Wars I and II, was director, president and vice president of the Utah Peace Officers Auxiliary and the Salt Lake Police Auxiliary, and for 17 years she was a guide for commercial tours to the Hill Cumorah Pageant, to the Rose Bowl and Hawaii.

She was a Salt Lake Temple ordinance worker, a ward Relief Society president three different times and a counselor for 15 years in the Wells Stake Relief Society.

The funeral will be Monday noon in the Grant 4th Ward, 1111 E. Charlton Ave. (2818 South). Friends may call at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple, from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday and Monday one hour before the services at the church. Burial will be in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.