Mabel Louise (Harris) Kight Larson

Born: Fri., Nov. 10, 1933
Died: Tue., Aug. 1, 2017

Graveside Service

10:30 AM Sat., Aug. 19, 2017
Location: Queens Point Cemetery

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OXNARD, CA – Mabel Louise (Harris) Kight Larson, 83, of Oxnard passed away Tuesday, August 1, 2017 after complications from surgery.

     Born on November 10, 1933, in Keyser, WV, she was the middle child of three children of the late Milburn and Carrie (Longsdorf) Harris.  In Addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Joe Harris; two husbands, William “Bob” Kight and Donald Larson; a grandson, Johnathan Kight and a great-granddaughter, Mackenzie Kight.

     Mabel graduated from Keyser High School class of 1951.  For the last 50 years she has resided in Oxnard.  She enjoyed travel, which she did a lot as a Navy wife.  She also enjoyed garage sales and buying trinkets for the grandchildren.  Most of all she loved her family and her many life-long friends.

     Surviving are her three sons, Robert (Nina) Kight of Bailey, CO, Ronald (Bev) Kight of Oxnard, CA, and Randy Kight of Laguna Beach, CA and her brother, Tom (Nina) Harris.  Also surviving are her grandchildren, Michael and Anna Kight, Russ (Jessica) Kight and Tina (Kelby) Morgan, David, Matt (Crista), Caroline, and Christian Kight and great-grandchildren Nathan, Brianna, and Riley Kight, Faith, Katie, and Kael Morgan, Zackery and Hannah Kight, and Sadie and Michelle Kight.

    Graveside Services will be held at Queens Point Cemetery, Keyser, WV on Saturday, August 19, 2017, at 10:30 a.m. with the Reverend Lauren Godwin officiating.

    Local arrangements have been entrusted to the Markwood Funeral Home.  Condolences may be left for the family after Mabel’s obituary at

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William R. Baker
   Posted Fri August 11, 2017
I was so sorry to hear of Mabel's death. I talked to her a lot on the phone and she always gave me a good laugh when we would reminisce about our child hood and our grandparents. She always had a story to tell. She will be sorely missed.
Bill & Barbara Baker