|Birth: ||Jun. 5, 1930|
|Death: ||Apr. 28, 2001|
From The Spokesman-Review: 4 May 2001:
HANSEN, Raymond Leon (Age 70) Died April 28 at his home in Maple Valley, WA. Survived by his wife, Nancy Jean Hansen; four sons; two sisters; and nine grandchildren. A Montana native, he had many ties to Spokane, he will rest with his parents, three brothers and one sister at the Freeman Cemetery south of Spokane. Graveside Services is 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5, 2001. For information call Dan Hansen at 509-928-5223
Raymond had wish to be laid to rest in the Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent Washington. But he was led to believe that he could not be bury with his wife Nancy, so his ashes were buried with in rest of the Hansen family in the Evergreen Cemetery, in Freeman, Washington. When his family found out that both he and his wife could be buried in a Veterans Cemetery, His family had his ashes Kent Washington. A head stone is still in the Evergreen Cemetery.
From Family Search: From the South County Journal: 2 may 2001:
Raymond L. Hansen
Died of cancer April 28, 2001, at his Maple Valley Home. He was 70.
Born June 5, 1930, in Valier, Mont., Mr Hansen served in the Cost Guard, married Nancy Jean Nash in 1954 in Friday Harbor and was a resident of Maple Valley since 1970.
He worked as a model maker in the wind tunnel division of the Boeing Co. in Seattle, retiring in 1992. He was a member of the Aerospace Machinists District Lodge 751 and The Boeing Employees Travel Club. He enjoyed traveling, reading, gardening, fishing, Mariners baseball and was a champion cribbage player.
Mr. Hansen was preceded in death by his parents, Hans and Zilla Hansen; brothers, Max Hansen, Ted Hansen and John Hansen; and sister Vay Collison. He is survived by his wife Nancy jean Hansen of Maple Valley; sons, John Hansen and Keith Hansen, both of Maple Valley, Dan Hansen of Spokane and Rod Hansen of Pasco; sisters, June Abbey of Billings, Mont., and Beth Nerger of Spokane,; and nine grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p. m. today at First Baptist church of Maple Valley. Burial will be Saturday at Freemen Cemetery near Spokane.
Memorials may be made to Group Health Community Foundation, Group Health Hospice Fund, 1730 Minor Ave., Seattle, WA 9801.
Arrangements are by Bleitz of Bellevue.
Hans Milton Hansen (1891 - 1967)
Zilla Shelton Hansen (1898 - 1995)
Nancy Jean Nash Hansen (1934 - 2011)*
Max Buchanan Hansen (1917 - 1984)*
Vay A. Hansen Collison (1918 - 1994)*
June Hansen Abbey (1920 - 2009)*
Ted Milton Hansen (1922 - 1978)*
John S. Hansen (1926 - 1960)*
Raymond Leon Hansen (1930 - 2001)
Raymond Leon Hansen (1930 - 2001)*
Adeline Beth Hansen Nerger (1932 - 2014)*
Maintained by: Wayne Nerger
Originally Created by: NW Mountain Man
Record added: Oct 05, 2007
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