DeAnna Adair Hansen was taken home to her Father in Heaven June 21, 2021.
During the Autumn of her life DeAnna was blessed with earthly angels who tenderly cared to her spiritual and physical needs daily. Now she is free from all physical restraints and greeted by Heavenly Angels. She is now reunited with her loving husband Gary S. Hansen, her grandparents Thomas and Dora Hair, her parents Claud and Eva Adair, her sweet sister Georgialee Smith and so many beloved friends and pets who rejoice to have DeAnna with them again.
Deanna was born October 28, 1940 in Midway, Utah, the eldest daughter of Claud Lee Adair and Eva Hair Adair,
She graced this earth spreading goodwill, tender words of endearment, kind deeds of service and an abundance of love for over 80 years
DeAnna passed away in the place she desired most, the peace and comfort of her own home.
She leaves behind a legacy of Faith as she spent her life as a disciple of her Father in Heaven and her Savior Jesus Christ.
Serving our Heavenly Father by holding many different callings in the church throughout her life and countless hours of genealogy research and indexing.
DeAnna leaves behind her cherished son, Darien Hansen and loving daughter-in-law, Melanie Rasmussen Hansen
Grandchildren, Aaron and Harmony Hansen. Sister, Shirlene Munn Green (Ronald Munn). Known affectionately as Aunt DeAnna she also leaves behind many, many loving nieces and nephews.
Her testimony and light will be sorely missed! All that was able to hear her was truly blessed.
Funeral Services will be as follows for Friday, June 25, 2021. Viewing 9:30 am-10:30 am at Rasmussen Mortuary, (96 N 100 W, Mt Pleasant). Graveside services 1:00 pm at Midway City Cemetery
In lieu of flowers please help the family provide a beautiful memorial for Gary & DeAnna.
I seen the tennis shoes that she received, there so much younger than her, so much youth in them. I recall they had red leather decal, and white. She sat at the table with her new friends. Getting to know one another if only for the time. All I got was eye contact with her she seemed to be okay but she did not like what she was going through. I don't fill anybody felt good at the time there I bid her peace on her travel and tranquility instead of fear.
I’m sooo very sorry to hear about DeAnna’s passing. We were friends for many years. I know she was in a great deal of pain, but I’m glad that she is with Gary and her loved ones. Until we meet again. I love you forever and for always. Liz