Dan was an avid sports enthusiast, especially basketball. He coached high school boys basketball teams in Burlington and Green River Wyoming before going on to serve his church as a LDS Ward Mission Leader for multiple wards throughout his life – being sealed for time and eternity with Danel Renee in Manti Temple.
He was selected in the second round, 23rd overall of the 1961 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions and played professional football for six seasons.
After his junior and senior seasons at Missouri, LaRose earned unanimous first-team All-America selections at end for each. Additionally, his name appeared as one of seven first-team selections by various media organizations: Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of America, Newspaper Enterprise Association, The Sporting News, United Press International Central Press Association and Time magazine.
Dan and Danel Renee LaRose of Winnemucca are proud parents to Jayden Elizabeth, Dillon James, and Greyson Daniel – three Latter-day Saint children all living locally. Both members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, they have served in both Utah and Nebraska Temples while having previously resided in Omaha (NE), Cody (WY), Green River (WY), and now Winnemucca (NV).
Dan LaRose prefers to keep his personal life private. At present, he is unattached. Should any reports surface about him dating another female individual or being involved with some other girl in any capacity, we will let our readers know immediately.
At University of Missouri Tigers football team from 1958 to 1960, he earned first team All-American end position player accolades during both of his years. Furthermore, he helped the Tigers claim Big Eight Conference champion in 1960.
He leaves behind his wife, Danel Renee LaRose; three children; his parents Daniel and Susan LaRose of Council Bluffs, IA as well as Gitta Malkin in Australia; his brother Ken LaRose (Dan Miller) from Omaha NE; Cherish Yenzer with husband Drew of Green River Wyoming as well as Steve Heidelberg in Cody Wyoming as in-laws as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
According to Wiki, Forbes, IMDb & various online resources, Dan LaRose reportedly possesses a net worth between $1-5 Million. His fortune was built thanks to being an accomplished American Football Player.
He has also appeared in multiple movies. His first role was Troy in Saw III; subsequent roles included Identity Lost, Butterfly Dreams and Repo!.
LaRose has kept his personal life private. Although not yet married, he is in a relationship and prefers not to reveal details of this to media. An animal lover who owns Sleight as his pet dog. Traveler who enjoys exploring new places while also possessing an entertaining sense of humor.