Senator Doug Larsen, His Army Wife And Two Kids; What Happened To North Dakota State Senator And His Family

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The state of North Dakota has been hit by the sad news of the death of their Senator, Doug Larsen and his family. We explore the cause of his death.

Larsen served in the North Dakota State Army Guard for 28 years as lieutenant colonel. He was the commander of 112th Avation Battalion.

Doug Larsen was also a real estate agent outside of politics. He owns Apex Builders, a home building and development company.

What happened to Doug Larsen and his family? The cause of his death.

The North Dakota Senate sadly died in a plane crash. The plane carrying Doug Larsen and his family crashed in Utah.

The Senator died on Sunday but the his death was confirmed on Monday by a Senater leader.

According to reports gathered, the plane crashed Sunday evening shortly after taking off from Canyonlands Airfield about 15 miles north of Moab.

The Grand County Sheriff’s Department posted a statement on Facebook detailing what happened to North Dakota Senator, Doug Larsen, and his family.

The statement reads, “Senator Doug Larsen, his wife Amy, and their two young children died in a plane crash last evening in Utah,” Hogue wrote in his email. “They were visiting family in Scottsdale and returning home. They stopped to refuel in Utah.”

Moab is a tourism-centered community of about 5,300 people near Arches and Canyonlands national parks.

What was the net worth of Doug Larsen?

Information concerning the net worth of North Dakota Senator, Doug Larsen, is unknown. However, judging from his businesses and being a Senator, we could deduce that the North Dakota Senator may probably be worth millions of dollars.