North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and Maj. Gen. Alan Dohrmann, adjutant general of the North Dakota National Guard, expressed their condolences following the tragic deaths of state Senator Doug Larsen, his wife, Amy, and their two young sons in a plane crash. Larsen was a longtime member of the National Guard and had served as a state senator since 2021. Governor Burgum praised Larsen’s dedication to his roles as a father, husband, coach, entrepreneur, businessman, and military officer. General Dohrmann described Larsen as a true patriot who dedicated his life to serving others. The North Dakota National Guard extends its sympathies to the Larsen family.

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– North Dakota state Senator Doug Larsen, his wife Amy, and their two sons died in a plane crash in Utah.
– Larsen was a 29-year member of the North Dakota Army National Guard and had served in the state Senate since 2021.
– Governor Doug Burgum expressed his condolences and described Larsen as someone who fully committed himself to his roles as a father, husband, coach, entrepreneur, businessman, state senator, and lieutenant colonel in the National Guard.
– Larsen had a successful military career, serving as a combat engineer, an engineer officer, and an aviation officer. He was mobilized twice, once in Iraq and once in Washington, D.C.
– Major General Alan Dohrmann, adjutant general of the North Dakota National Guard, also expressed his condolences and praised Larsen as a true patriot who dedicated his life to serving others.

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