“To all of Frank's family. Sorry to have lost touch with so much family. You are in my prayers. Frank was my cousin. I'm Harold (Nook) Hanson Jr.'s daughter. Lynda Hanson Wood, Surprise, AZ
“To the Frank Hanson family,Sorry for your loss, Thanks for all the great memories and fun, football, sleepovers, etc., Frank will really be missed by everyone, Andy Gummow
“Karen my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. I was just looking through the scrapbook that I kept of the Sow Bowl. Frank was a generous man and a great coach and it is awesome to see the Youth Football Program that Frank started so many years ago is still going strong. It was his legacy. Safe journeys Frank on your next adventure.
“Karen, we are so sorry for your loss of Frank. You both did so much for the Willows youth and you were missed when you moved away. Take care and God Bless. Greg/Becky Wunsch, Council, ID
“So sorry for your loss. Know that Frank has touched many lives through his efforts to found Willows Youth Football. I know that I owe Frank a debt of gratitude for the legacy he left.
“Karen and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you, Frank was one hell of a guy,and will be missed very much, enjoyed working for him and listining to his storys, I will always cherish Boomtown,Theres nothing else like it,
“Karen and family my thoughts and prayers are with you, very sorry , Frank was one hell of a guy,always enjoyed working for him, and will always cherish Boomtown. He will be missed for sure'
Tim Gray, Kennewick Wash
“Karen, I am so sorry to hear about Frank's illness and death. He will always be "Frankie" to me, though I had a long (grown-up) conversation with him when looking for classmates for our reunion. He was quite a guy, and I'm sorry not to have become better re-acquainted and sorry too not to have met you as a grown-up after all these years. I'd still like to visit some of his building projects.
I hope you are coping and surrounded by friends.
“Sorry to hear about the loss to you and your family. Mr. Hanson will be a big loss to his communitty and his grandson Tommy. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
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Franklin "Frank" J Hanson, 70, passed away at his home, February 8, 2013. Frank was born February 28, 1942, in Chico, Calif. to George Melvin and Edna "Pudge" Mable Hanson. Frank was raised in Glenn and Willows, Calif. were he attended local schools and lived 40 years before...Read More