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John Case (Jack) Hansen


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John (Jack) Case Hansen

John (Jack) Case Hansen passed away on Saturday evening, September 10, 2016 surrounded by his family. Jack was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in the early spring, and while he made a valiant fight, he was not able to win the battle.

Jack was born on May 16, 1936, in Missoula, Montana, the first son of Mary Case and John Rudolph Hansen. He was raised in Seattle, Washington where he attended the University of Washington and received his degree in architecture. He married the love of his life, Loyal Lucille Lindman, in August 1957. Together, they started their life in Seattle where Jack was a successful architect and contractor. In 1989, they moved to Poulsbo, Washington where Jack and his son, John Hansen, started a residential construction company building over thirty homes in Kitsap County and Bainbridge Island. Jack enjoyed living on the water and spent many summers boating in the San Juan Islands and in later years enjoying the waters of Agate Pass. He and Loyal shared their home, the "Beach" with their extended family. It is a special place that has been part of the Hansen family for eighty years.

Jack was preceded in death by his parents, Mary and John Hansen. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Loyal, daughters Karen Brandvold (Benny) and Karla Williams (Dave), and son, John Hansen, as well as his brother, Clarke Hansen (Patti), and sister Marilyn Hoeft (Kent). He had seven grandchildren, including Bryar, Bailey, Joshua, Ali, Andrew, Paige and Barkley. He also leaves behind many nephews and nieces.

His memorial service will be held at Seabold United Methodist Church, located on Bainbridge Island, on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the United Cerebral Palsy organization, www.ucp.org. An online memorial can be seen at www.poulsbomortuary.com
Published in The Seattle Times on Sept. 13, 2016
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