Brian Tracey Hansen
April 6, 1960 – April 4, 2018
Brian Tracey Hansen, age 57, of Denison, Texas passed away on Wednesday April 4, 2018. Brian was born April 6, 1960 in Omaha Nebraska to Norma Jean Sayers and David Leroy Hansen. Brian is survived by; son Nathan Hansen of Cartwright OK and wife Meagan; daughter Dawna Hansen of Round Rock TX; daughter Jennifer Hansen of Sherman TX; and daughter Daizy Case of San Diego, CA and husband Tim; Brother Keith Hansen, Brother Phil Hansen and Sister Carla Anglen. Grandchildren: Olivia Hansen, Addison Kilpatrick, Jaxon Broussard, Adan Mendoza, Adrian Mendoza, Allison Case, Abigail Case, and Cooper Case and numerous nieces and nephews. Brian was preceded in death by; father David Leroy Hansen; mother Norma Jean Sayers; brother David E. Hansen and Miles E. Hansen. Services for Brian will be Saturday, April 14th at 1:00; located at the United Methodist Church of Colbert, OK. 302 N. Burney, Colbert, OK 74733. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bratcherfuneralhome.com for the Hansen family.
- David Hansen, Father
- Norma Jean Sayers, Mother
- Nathan Hansen, Son
- Dawna Hansen, Daughter
- Jennifer Hansen, Daughter
- Daizy Case, Daughter
- Keith Hansen, Brother
- Phil Hansen, Brother
- Carla ., Sister
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Brian Tracey Hansen
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April 15, 2018
Have alot of memories. Now no more pain or worries for you. Will miss our phone calls. Rest in peace lil boy. love and miss you judy
Carla Hansen Anglen
April 14, 2018
So many memories, so much love. Till we meet again dear brother. I love you bb ss!
April 9, 2018
Prayers to all - so for your loss. Brian will always be a great person.
Julie (Oles) Mendenhall
April 8, 2018
Oh, Brian the most memories I have is PE class. You sure could throw those balls hard in dodgeball. If anybody got hit, they would have a welt for days....
East Elementary 6th grade, south side of the building to the south end of the playground. That's how far I watched you throw one of those red playground balls one day. I was in aww. 💪💪💪💪
I thought of you often threw the years.
R.I.P. Brian You're in the best place there is to be. ❤❤❤