Obit: Hansen, Donald Hugh (1917? 2009)
Contact: Dolores 

Surnames: Hansen, Baker, Blaylock, Kellogg, Olson, Perry, Dunnigan, Eddy, Bernie

----Source: Banner Journal (Black River Falls, Jackson Co., WI.) March 18, 2009

Hansen, Donald Hugh (1917? 1 March 2009)

Donald Hugh Hansen, 91, died peacefully March 1, 2009, surrounded by his family at his home in Sacramento.

He was a devoted husband to the love of his life, Patricia, who preceded him in death.

Donald was born in Black River Falls and grew up on a small farm owned by his parents, John and Lucy.

To all who had the privilege of knowing him, he was a living reminder of a bygone era. He was a kind, gentle, loving man who truly enjoyed people. His passion for life was only exceeded by the enormous love he held for his family and friends.

He is survived by his children, Jerry Hansen, Linda Baker, Chriss Blaylock and Don Hansen; loving son-in-law, confidante and caregiver Jim Blaylock; sisters, Violet Kellogg, Rose Olson and Carol Jean Perry; grandchildren, Nicole, Tanya, Brian, Derek, Charmaign, Erin, Aaron, and Stacey; and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by sisters, Louise Dunnigan, Doris Eddy, and Jeanette Bernie, and a brother, Claire Hansen.

A Memorial service will be held Saturday, March 21, at 10 a.m. at the St. Francis High School Chapel, 5900 Elvas Ave. Sacramento, CA.

In lieu of flowers, a contribution to the Kaiser hospice Program is requested.

Heaven will be a much more joyful place with Donald.

 

 


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