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Rose Jane Hansen Obituary

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Rose Jane Hansen

Winnipeg, Manitoba

April 14, 1939 - April 28, 2024

Rose Jane Hansen Obituary

It is with great sadness that our family announces the sudden passing of our beloved Mother, Mother in law, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother Rose Hansen.


Rose leaves to mourn her 6 children: Carl, Ingrid (Art), Les (Sue), Ken (Lisa), Greg (Stephanie), Brian (Meg), 9 Grandchildren, Chris (April), Chantel, Emma, Paige, Ari, Nicholas (Fosse), Julia (Andrew), Emelie & Aiden, and 2 Great-Grandchildren Kensington and Greyson.


Also left to mourn are her sister Lillian, special niece Diane and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.


Rose was predeceased by the love of her life John Hansen; her parents Alexander and Elizabeth Ladouceur; her brothers John, Jim, Dave and her sister Leona.


Rose was born in Franklin, Manitoba and was the youngest of 6 children. She had adopted the nickname of "Rosebud" which stuck throughout her life.


Rose moved around during her childhood. In her teen years, she lived with her sister Leona where she attended Glenlawn Collegiate in Winnipeg. She then moved to Brandon, Manitoba where she lived with her sister Lillian and worked in a restaurant. It was there, that she met the love of her life John Hansen.


Rose and John moved to Toronto where they married and started a family. Their new life together brought them to Winnipeg, where Rose worked numerous jobs on and off to help support their growing family of 5 boys and one girl. Rose and John were married for just over 65 years.


Rose had a gentle soul and had the patience of a Saint. She was as a loving Mother, with a great sense of humor and a great cook.  She loved her Grandchildren and Great- Grand children dearly and was always interested in what they were doing and proud of their accomplishments.


She was a wonderful person who still kept in touch with the ladies from our childhood neighborhood. Rose loved to play the piano and knitted in her younger years. Rose also enjoyed gardening, playing cards, building puzzles and playing games. She recently took up painting for fun.


Rose and John had many adventures together building a cabin with her brother Jim and sister-in-law Agnes. They spent many wonderful years enjoying their cabin and traveling to Denmark numerous times to visit family. They had taken many cruises along their way and enjoyed traveling with family and friends.

 

She will be greatly missed but never forgotten by those who loved her dearly.

Thank you to all who made an impact on her life.


Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will take place at a later date.


To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Rose Jane Hansen hosted by Bardal Funeral Home & Crematorium.

It is with great sadness that our family announces the sudden passing of our beloved Mother, Mother in law, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother Rose Hansen.


Rose leaves to mourn her 6 children: Carl, Ingrid (Art), Les (Sue), Ken (Lisa), Greg (Stephanie), Brian (Meg), 9 Grandchildren, Chris (April), Chantel, Emma, Paige, Ari, Nicholas (Fosse), Julia (Andrew), Emelie & Aiden, and 2 Great-Grandchildren Kensington and Greyson.


Also left to mourn are her sister Lillian, special niece Diane and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.


Rose was predeceased by the love of her life John Hansen; her parents Alexander and Elizabeth Ladouceur; her brothers John, Jim, Dave and her sister Leona.


Rose was born in Franklin, Manitoba and was the youngest of 6 children. She had adopted the nickname of "Rosebud" which stuck throughout her life.


Rose moved around during her childhood. In her teen years, she lived with her sister Leona where she attended Glenlawn Collegiate in Winnipeg. She then moved to Brandon, Manitoba where she lived with her sister Lillian and worked in a restaurant. It was there, that she met the love of her life John Hansen.


Rose and John moved to Toronto where they married and started a family. Their new life together brought them to Winnipeg, where Rose worked numerous jobs on and off to help support their growing family of 5 boys and one girl. Rose and John were married for just over 65 years.


Rose had a gentle soul and had the patience of a Saint. She was as a loving Mother, with a great sense of humor and a great cook.  She loved her Grandchildren and Great- Grand children dearly and was always interested in what they were doing and proud of their accomplishments.


She was a wonderful person who still kept in touch with the ladies from our childhood neighborhood. Rose loved to play the piano and knitted in her younger years. Rose also enjoyed gardening, playing cards, building puzzles and playing games. She recently took up painting for fun.


Rose and John had many adventures together building a cabin with her brother Jim and sister-in-law Agnes. They spent many wonderful years enjoying their cabin and traveling to Denmark numerous times to visit family. They had taken many cruises along their way and enjoyed traveling with family and friends.

 

She will be greatly missed but never forgotten by those who loved her dearly.

Thank you to all who made an impact on her life.


Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will take place at a later date.


To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Rose Jane Hansen hosted by Bardal Funeral Home & Crematorium.

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