The Change of Life, from the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Jim is out front and wants to talk with you about that radio transmitter tower that he was talking about yesterday, Sandy said. “He says he has some new information.” “Jim, how are you doing today,” I said as I offered my hand to shake. “Sandy says you have some moreContinue reading “The Change of Life, from the Archives”

Rambo and the Eagle, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Walking down the fifth fairway at Pineway, I was relieved that I could see ball.  “At least I am not in the ditch,” I said to Jim as we parted toward our respective balls. Dr. French had always told me that the if you are paying attention to your practice, youContinue reading “Rambo and the Eagle, From the Archives”

Notes on My Father, From the Archives

Frank William Larsen, 1909 – 1993 D. E. Larsen, DVM My father’s early life was difficult at its best. He grew into an exceptional father for having grown up without a father. He rarely spoke of his early life. And when he did, he only told stories in small snippets. It took me well overContinue reading “Notes on My Father, From the Archives”