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Mary Jeanne Hansen

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Dec 6, 1922 – Jun 13, 2017 (Age 94)


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Mary Jeanne Hansen, longtime resident of Oklahoma City, born in Oklahoma City on December 6, 1922 to Charles and Clara Keiger died after a brief illness at Saint Anthony's hospital on June 13, 2017. She is predeceased by her husband, Sergeant Robert T. Hansen, who died in a North Korean POW camp,...

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Mary Jeanne was a wonderful person. She was my husband's, Claude Charries Jr. first cousin. She had a great since of humor and an all around good person. I will miss her so much! RIP Mary Jeanne

Mary Jeanne was a very dear friend. I drove her to all of her medical appointments, bank, clothes cleaner, restaurants, etc. over the last 14 years. She had an amazing mind and could recall so many wonderful stories from her past. I will greatly miss our conversations, her wit and wisdom! She was an inspiration to me and we always shared some laughter during our adventures. She was a wonderful and caring woman and I was blessed to have encountered her during my life! God speed Mary Jeanne,...

Mary Jeanne and I are members of Oklahoma Prairies DAR where last year she presented a fascinating illustrated talk on her years of military service immediately after the war, as part of the Army of Occupation in Japan. She was a dedicated chapter member and was always fun to talk with. She will be missed.

Mary Jeanne was a wonderful friend and an active member of the Military Service Awards Club of UDC. We will miss her so much! Charlotte Clinger

I knew Mary Jeanne from our membership in the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mary Jeanne was selected to be an Honorary President of General, which she was most deserving of from her faithful and devoted years of service to our organization. We were members of the UDC Military Cross Club together for many years. Mary Jeanne was a sweet and gentle soul who always encouraged others. She was always extra generous to our military women. She will be missed by those of us privileged to know...

I knew Mary Jeanne for many years from out joint membership in the United Daughters of the Confederacy. She was the first person to welcome me at my first General Convention many years ago. I will always remember her and her kindness to those around her. She was a hard worker and will be missed by all her UDC friends

Sharon M Bledsoe
Livonia, Michigan

My deepest sympathy at your difficult time. When someone you love passes on, your love for them become a cherished memory that will live in your heart forever, & may it bring you lasting peace.