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Florence Lula Hansen

March 3, 1936 - September 18, 2017


Florence Lula Hansen, a lifelong resident of Salem, OR, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday the 18th of September at Salem Health.

Born on March 3, 1936 in Salem, Florence attended Salem Public Schools and was a graduate of South Salem High School’s first graduating class in 1955. She met and married Jack Hansen, her husband for 62 years! They had three daughters.

All her life, Florence actively lived out her faith in Christ. First in her home, as a loving wife and mother, and also in her community and church. She and Jack have faithfully attended and served at Salem Evangelical Church.

 

Florence was preceded in death by her parents Glenn and Flossie Davis, her brother Glenn Davis, and her sister Nancy Davis, who died in childhood. She is survived by her husband Jack Hansen; sisters Joy Little, Janet(Lloyd)Buetler; brother John(Sara)Davis; Daughters Debbie (Ben)Bauer of Springfield, OR, Sheri (Brad) Bowder of Salem, Oregon, Diane(Shaun)McNay of Quincy, WA; 10 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.A memorial service and celebration of her life will be on Monday the 25th of September at 11am at Salem Evangelical Church.

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My "mom"-in-law, was one of the very best people I have ever known.  She was kind, humble, diligent, and loving.  She was a person of deep and practiced faith in God.  She was a faithful follower of Jesus and her life was a sweet and steady witness of God's love for all people.  

God gave me the grand prize of "in-laws" when He gave me Jack and Florence Hansen as my second "dad and mom".  I will miss you very much mom, but I will "see you later".
shaunly