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James Curtis
Hanson

December 7, 1961 – March 10, 2020

James Hanson
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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— Mueller Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services
"Oh beamish boy, it has been 63 days since you peacefully left your physical life to rest in the Everlasting Arms. We have been changed forever...."
— Mom and Dad
"Jim, Confident you are with Jesus. Freed from worries, illness and loneliness and resting in the arms of Jesus. I loved you on the day..."
— Aunt Liz
"Jim, Confident you are with Jesus. Freed from worries, illness and loneliness and resting in the arms of Jesus. I loved you on the day..."
— Aunt Liz
"Rest in peace Jim. I have many fond memories during my childhood of our times together. We climbed on our big tree, rode horses, took..."
— Eric, Nicole, Alexa and Everett Hansotia
"Jim, you will never be forgotten. You will forever be loved and valued. Rest, now, in the Everlasting Arms."
— Mom and Dad

Obituary for James Curtis Hanson

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Jim Hanson, 58, died in his sleep on March 10, 2020 at his residence in St Paul, MN. The family will hold a private service at a later date. Jim is survived by his parents, Curt and Sarah (Sally) Hanson, a daughter, Grace Hanson Falke and son-in-law Joe Falke, brothers Tom (Kris) and Robert (Jackie), aunt and uncle, Liz and Gerry Isaacson, nephews, Connor, Jayden, Bennett, Adam, Seth. Cousins, Rich, Andy and Justin Isaacson, and Susan Wild. And many other relatives and friends.

Jim was born in Eau Claire Wi, lived in Greendale, WI. Marshfield, WI, Anchorage, AK, St Paul, MN. He loved music and cooking, but most of all he loved being a dad and was looking forward to becoming a grandpa in September.
The family would like to thank Katherine Freeman MD for the excellent, compassionate care Jim received.

Food insecurity impacts many children, adults, Seniors - especially in these unexpected times. With this in mind, we suggest the following in memory of Jim: If you are in the Twin Cities area, please consider a donation to Second Harvest Heartland. https://www.2harvest.org/ If not, please consider a donation to a food bank in your area.

Jim loved to share his passion for cooking with others - from his days in Anchorage when he would cook for Grace, and the kids in the neighborhood, to culinary school and to family gatherings later on. He would never want anyone to go hungry due to food insecurity.
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