Roberta Ann Hanson
December 27, 1934 – July 4, 2018
Roberta Hanson, a long time North Boulder resident, passed away on July 4th in her home surrounded by her loving family. Robin, as she was known by her friends, was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin in 1934 to Frank and Marge Struck. The Struck family moved to Estes Park in 1959, where they owned the Colonial Motel. Robin studied Architecture at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her love of skiing, hiking and horseback riding connected Robin with her soul mate, Jim Hanson. They met at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Lodge. They were married on the river banks of her parents Motel in 1963. Jim and Robin moved to Denver briefly and then found their long time home in the foothills of Boulder in 1968. Robin was a devoted employee of the City of Boulder for 20 years. Her true passions were antique collecting, gardening, decorating her home, her Golden Retrievers, skiing, camping and hiking with her husband and children. While spending beautiful summers and great winters in her second home in Keystone CO, she developed many lifelong friends and memories. Robin is survived by her two children Kris and Barry, and her husband Jim. Jim and Robin are members of the Mt. Hope Lutheran Church. Memorial services will be held on Tuesday July 10th at 10:30am at Mt. Hope Lutheran Church 1345 S. Broadway in Boulder. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Davis Phinney Parkinson Foundation in her name to https://my.davisphinneyfoundation.org/give/71115/#!/donation/checkout To send condolences please go to www.cristmortuary.com.
- James Hanson, Husband
- Funeral Service Tuesday, July 10, 2018
- Committal Service Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Roberta Ann Hanson
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July 11, 2018
Hi Uncle Jim and Kris,
I don't have one specific memory, but just that sometimes when you guys came into town for Thanksgiving, I'd escape the chaos of the holidays by sitting in the lavender room with Robin for a few moments and watching her sort through her beads or her little knick knacks that she would have. She was always so sweet and will be missed. I love you guys so much! Wellington and I are sending you all of our love from across the pond!