Donald C. Hansen Col USAF (Ret)


Donald C. Hansen Col USAF (Ret)

September 25, 1931 โ€“ February 8, 2024

Age 92

Preceded in death by his parents Clarence and Eleanor Hansen.

Survived by his wife of 69 years Lois; sons Daniel Hansen (Kyle) and David Hansen (Joy); grandchildren John, Molly, Matthew, Aaliyah, and Avery; brother Robert Hansen (Salve).

Visitation: Monday, February 19, 2024, 10:00-11:00 a.m., followed by a

Funeral Service: 11:00 a.m., Thanksgiving Church, 3702 370th Plaza Ave, Bellevue, NE 68123

Interment: Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery

To view a live broadcast of the service, go to the website below and click the link below.

Honors: Offutt Air Force Base Honor Guard

Memorials to Thanksgiving Church,



  • Chrys Frey Posted February 12, 2024 4:28 pm

    Dirk and I always looked forward to seeing Don and Lois at Thanksgiving Church. They sat near our โ€œspecialโ€ preferred seating area. Don had a twinkle in his eyes and a genuine and warm smile during the sharing of the peace. We send our heartfelt sympathies to Lois and the entire Hansen family. Well done good and faithful servant. May you rest in Godโ€™s house peacefully. ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  • Lisa Todd Posted February 13, 2024 3:12 am

    Don and Lois were two of the first people we became acquainted with at Thanksgiving. When we were married 30 years ago they assisted us with our service and made our small reception go off without a hitch. Don always was so genuine and friendly, always smiling when he spoke. It was obvious that he had a great love of life, and of Lois. When Curt suffered a serious health scare and was hospitalized for several days, they called frequently to check up on his progress and to make sure I was ok. Both of them had servants’ hearts and to me, were the highest example of Christian living. We love you Don. God bless.

  • Evan Trofholz Posted May 15, 2024 6:44 am

    I gained a great friend 17 years ago; I will miss Don immensely. He was very good to me and my family; even driving to Columbus to have pie with us. “Put it on the tab…” was his mantra when he’d ask for additional lawn services beyond just mowing and has become a mantra in our house any time money or a favor is owed. I will be reminded of this dear man each time either myself, wife, or sons utter it the phrase. Prayers for Lois and her children.

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