Catherine Sophia Hanson

Catherine passed away Feb 3, 2012 at the age of 48.

Catherine was born Jan. 15, 1964, Calgary, AB to Donald John and Claudette Robson

Catherine was predeceased by her father Donald John Robson 2009, her grandparents Roland and Mary Robson, Eleanor Gilchrist, Uncle Barry Gilchrist, special cousin Orville Keller, many great Aunts and Uncles, and special friends.

Catherine is survived by her husband Michael Hanson, Kirkland, WA ,son Roland Paul Robson Grande Prairie AB, , mother Claudette Gall, brother Norman Floyd, his wife Nancy Lynn and family Taylor Robson, Kristi and Jaime McKinnon and great nephew Kash McKinnon all of Weyburn, Sk. Grandparents Floyd and Pearl Keller, Weyburn Sk. Uncles Frank, John, Osage and Jeff (Deana, children  Rachel and Mathew) Keller, Fillmore, SK, Aunts Glenda Weins (Brian and son Brendon) of Calgary AB, Fern Bourgon, Weyburn (daughter Nicole and Chris Palmer)Fillmore SK. Aunts Peggy Horton and Catherine (Bruce) MacKenzie  and their families of Nova Scotia. Great Uncle Samuel Goebel of Regina and many special cousins and friends.

Catherine was raised in Calgary, AB.  Moved to Weyburn with her son when her health failed in 1991. After a couple operations in 1992, and 1995 she attended Academy of Learning, and later taught computer courses there.  In 2001 she moved to Phoenix AZ to marry Michael Hanson, later moving to Seattle to work there.

Catherine took great pride in being able to work and give support to anyone who she thought needed it, she had a lot of love and caring for all her family and friends.

Catherine will be laid to rest with her father in the family plot at Osage Community Cemetery, Osage, Saskatchewan at a later time.

2 Responses to “Catherine Sophia Hanson”

  • Lynette Sorsdahl says:

    I will miss you greatly. You were a good friend and also like a big sister to me when we were younger, I will always remember the times that we were together. You will be forever in my heart and in my thoughts. You were one of the bravest people that I have known.

  • Kathy Kirkemo-Clark says:

    Cathy and I worked in the same company. She had the sweetest voice. We were on the phone almost weekly solving problems and I always enjoyed working and talking with her. She was easy to work with and took great pride in her job. She was one of my favorites and I miss her.

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