Fond du Lac Reporter
April 24, 1952
EARL J. HANSEN EXPIRES;
BURIAL RITES PLANNED
Warehouse Operator For
Wholesale Company Dies
Earl John HANSEN 66, of 503 Ruggles Street,
warehouse man for the Cohodas-Manis company and
well known among dealers in the community, died
at 7 a.m. today at St. Agnes Hospital.
A resident of the city most of his life, Mr.
HANSEN was born Jan. 30, 1886, in the Town of
Oakfield, the son of August and Sarah Edwards
HANSEN. He was married June 16, 1913, to Miss
Winifred E. Roberts.
Mr. HANSEN was a member of the Division Street
Methodist church and of the Modern Woodmen of
Surviving are the widow, a son, Wells HANSEN,
St Louis, Mo., a ganddaughter, Linda Lee HANSEN,
four brothers, Purl HANSEN, Oshkosh, Ira HANSEN,
Milwaukee, Guy HANSEN, city, and Claude HANSEN,
North Fond du Lac, four sisters; Mrs. Effie
McArthur, city, Mrs. Hazel McManus, New York,
Mrs. Agnes Weiss, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Maude McCrory,
city, and many nieces and nephews,and grand-nieces
Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3p.m.
at the Candlish chapel, where the body of Mr. HANSEN
will be in state this evening. Burial will be in
EARL J. HANSEN
Funeral services for Earl J. HANSEN, who died
Thursday were held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Candlish
chapel, the Rev. Ben C. Plopper officiating. Mrs.
Irvin Spoerri was at the organ and Mrs. Gerald
Blackburn sang. Committal was in Rienzi mausoleum.
Pallbearers were Glen HANSEN, Robert HANSEN, Myron
HANSEN, Leonard McARTHUR, DeWayne HANSEN and Norman
Out of town persons attending the services included
Mr. and Mrs. Wells R. HANSEN and daughter, St. Louis,
Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Weiss, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Crey, Ashland; Mrs. Viola Nelson, Stevens Point.
Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. Ira HANSEN, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Glandt, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. George Steck,
Waupun; Mr. and Mrs. Purl HANSEN, and family, Oshkosh;
and others from Rosendale, Van Dyne and other neighboring