Fred Hansen

Dallas, Texas

1936 - 2018


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HANSEN, Fred Fred Hansen, 81, of Fairview, TX, passed away on January 10, 2018. He was born on March 20, 1936 in Wheaton, IL. He graduated from West Chicago Community High School in 1954 and served in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1957. He married Donna Marie Wynia on September 5, 1959. He received...

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We remember Fred with great memories for the very positive contributions he made at HDS; the values of giving, community, and family that you both embodied.
Our sympathy and condolences go out to you and your family.
Molly and David Turner
Decatur, Georgia

I am so sorry for your loss our loving God promises to give you the strength to cope with the pain of your loss. He also promises to hold your hand every step of the way. Please take comfort that he does care at Isaiah 63:9 and Jeremiah 29:11,12.

Fred was always a shining light. He could brighten up a room and make you feel good with his smile and positive attitude. Fred was a good man, a true gentleman and friend to us and we will miss that shining light but will always remember the wonderful memories he gave us. God Bless

Our thoughts and prayers for Fred and Donna and their family. Fred was always there for us whether it being volunteering for Hunger Busters or the Special Olympics of North Texas or supporting our fund raisers or being one of the first in line at our bake sales for Easter. A loyal supporter of the Italian Club of Dallas and a wonderful member who will be deeply missed. Rest in Peace, il nostro amico

Always the Gentleman! Frank always look forward to seeing and visiting with Fred. He will be missed. Prayers to his family now and in the future during difficult times. Sincerely, Helen Furr

Fred was a good friend and co-worker at EDS. He was always generous with his time and helpfull as a team player. We will all miss him.

I was a long time colleague of Fred's at EDS. I admired him as a man and treasured his friendship. He was a good man in every respect. Pete Mefford