Raymond Edmund Hansen
Raymond Edmund Hansen "Dane," 87, died Oct. 26, 2019.
Ray was born Feb. 13, 1932, to Raymond and Marie Hansen of Bloomfield, NE. He was one of eight children, five brothers and two sisters. At the age of 19, he enlisted in the Navy where he spent four years on the USS McGowan destroyer during the Korean War. He was a graduate of the University of Nebraska with an B.S. in geology. He also had an M.S. in financial services and made his lifetime work insurance and estate planning. He retired in November of 1996 when he moved from Florida to Tennessee.
He loved the outdoors which introduced him to his many activities like hunting, camping, playing tennis and golf, mountain climbing and hiking. He encouraged his family to embrace this love.
He is survived by wife, Linda Hansen; daughter, Dana Franck (John) of Nashville; daughter, Carrie Hansen of Virginia Beach, VA; grandchildren, John (Mose) Franck, Elizabeth (Libby) Franck and Margaret (Maggie) Franck, all of Nashville; brother, Ramon Hansen (Donna) of Olathe, KS; brother, Norvin (Fuzz) Hansen (Janet) of Pender, NE; and sister, Lael Greenlee (Tim) of Gothenburg, NE. He left many nieces and nephews as well.
A memorial service will be held at Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church Nov. 9, 2019, at 11 a.m. with a private burial in Bloomfield, NE, at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alzheimer's Association at AlzheimersAssociation.org.
Published on November 4, 2019

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Nov 08, 2019
Peaceful White Lilies Basket was purchased for the family of Raymond Edmund Hansen.  Send flowers
Eston & Reba Norris
Nov 06, 2019
Linda, we want you to know that our heart goes out to you. Please let
us hear from you in the days ahead. If there is anything we can do, please let us. We enjoyed talking with Ray when he first moved here.
He was a very sweet man! We miss him!