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LaVaughn (Moss) Hansen, passed away on September 18, 2017, at home in Enumclaw, Washington, surrounded by her devoted and loving family, after battling cancer.

She was born in Marysville, California, to Lainous Moss and Helen Echols on May 17, 1946. LaVaughn is the third of six siblings, Melvin (Gail), Herman (Diana), Donna (Jerry), Lain (Patty), Dorthy (Bruce) and Jim (Paul).

She attended Marysville High School. At sixteen years old she married the love of her life, Jerry Hansen, a sailor from Enumclaw, Washington. They moved to Enumclaw, where they have continued to reside. LaVaughn worked as a school bus driver for Enumclaw School District until her retirement in 2008.

If you knew LaVaughn then you knew she was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her greatest joy in life was her granddaughters, Megan and Savanna. She loved being a grandmother.

She had a great sense of humor, loved spending time at their second home in Hood Canal. She was a gracious host, master cook, avid reader, worlds best Hula Hooper, and best friend to many. She enjoyed hiking, fishing, boating and camping with family and friends.

LaVaughn is survived by Jerry Hansen, her husband of over 54 years; son, Brian Hansen; granddaughters, Megan Hansen and Savanna Hansen. She is preceded in death by her son, Jerry Hansen Jr., father, mother, and sister, Dorthy.

The family would like to thank LaVaughn's special family and friends for their enduring love and support. LaVaughn will be deeply missed but never forgotten.
At her request a funeral service will not be held. A celebration of life potluck will be held on September 28, 2017, 5:00 pm, at the men's clubhouse at Enumclaw Golf Course.

If you wish to make a memorial donation please consider an organization that supports students with special needs.
Published in Appeal Democrat from Sept. 27 to Sept. 28, 2017
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