Carol M. HansonCarol M. Hanson, 77, died at her home in Corvallis, Ore., peacefully, on Memorial Day after a brief battle with cancer.
Carol M. Hanson, 77, died at her home in Corvallis, Ore., peacefully, on Memorial Day after a brief battle with cancer.
Carol was born in Minneapolis, Minn. She lived in Superior, all of her life until 1991, when she relocated to Corvallis, Ore. with her husband Dick (Richard). She graduated from Superior Center High School in 1952. She married and raised her family in Superior. There was also a family cabin in Gordon, Wis. where many wonderful carefree days were enjoyed.
Carol was an avid sports fan, especially for her Green Bay Packers. Her home would be full of family and friends for Packer parties. She loved to read and usually had a stack of books sitting under the finished daily crossword puzzle near her favorite chair.
Carol was a loving and caring wife and mother. She was always there for her husband and sons. She was an attentive and involved grandmother and great grandmother. She will be missed deeply.
Carol was preceded in death 34 days ago by her husband of 48 years, Dick Hanson, mother Pearl (Bedard) Rohan, and brother Robert LaFlamme. She is survived by her 3 sons, John Hanson of Corvallis,Ore., Brad Lisdahl (Pamela Carey) of Corvallis, Ore., and Mark Lisdahl (Debra Kienzle) of Superior. Three grandchildren, Tim Lisdahl, Michelle Storrs and Michael Lisdahl, four great grandchildren, Zane, Carter, Sam, and Arabella. Sisters Nancy (Arnie) Opoien, of Corvallis, Ore., Judy Noreen of Bemidji, Minn., brother Jim (Chris) Rohan of West Hills, Calif.., several nieces and nephews.
An open house remembrance celebration will be held at her home, on Saturday, June 9, at 4-6 p.m. Contribution can be made in her name to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by McHenry Funeral Home Corvallis, Oregon.
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