Ms. Larmon was a member of GW’s Division of Development and Alumni Relations.
Natalie Larmon, a George Washington University staff member, died suddenly on Oct. 31. She was 37 years old.
Ms. Larmon joined Development and Alumni Relations Research & Relationship Management office in spring 2016, serving as a senior prospect analyst. She frequently volunteered on campus for GW events and enthusiastically shared her knowledge and expertise with colleagues.
A native of Southern California, Ms. Larmon received her B.S. degree in public policy, management and planning from the University of Southern California in 2006. She joined USC’s prospect development office that same year, serving first as research analyst then as senior research analyst.
Passionate about the arts, Ms. Larmon moved to California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in 2011, serving as director of prospect management and research and later as director of prospect strategy. She left her Southern California roots and Trojan tribe to join GW.
Ms. Larmon was a noted leader within the prospect development industry on both the East and West coasts. She served as conference co-chair for CARA, the California chapter of the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (Apra), where she was also the treasurer. In D.C., Ms. Larmon served as a programming committee member for Apra Metro DC, bringing the local chapter’s membership top-notch professional offerings.
Ms. Larmon was an explorer and lifelong learner who approached life as an adventure. She was an extremely proud aunt of three nieces and a nephew and an active member of her church. Ms. Larmon had a passion for making the world better and finding connections with others. She will be remembered by many at GW and in D.C. for her warm heart, sweet smile, kind words and helping hands.
In lieu of flowers, Ms. Larmon’s family have set up a GoFundMe campaign to assist with arrangements related to her passing.