In Memory

Janice Hanson

Janice Hanson

Janice L. Hanson Kleen

November 15, 1945 - November 3, 1988

Janice L. Kleen, 1828 Kempton Court, died on Thursday, Nov. 3, 1988, at her home of cancer.  She was 42.  She was born on November 15, 1945 to Phillip Hanson and Helen Becander Hanson in Holdrege, NE.  She was moved to CO in 1956 from Holdrege and attended and graduation from Fairview High School in Boulder in 1964.  She then attended the University of Colorado.

From 1966 to 1968 she worked as a secretary for IBM.  Then, on May 4, 1968, she married Roger H. Kleen in Boulder and became a homemaker.  The Kleens moved to Longmont in 1977 from Ponca City, OK.

Mrs. Kleen was a very active member of First Lutheran Church, a member of the Esther Guild and an active member and treasurer of the Lutheran Church Women.  She was preceded in death by her mother.

Mrs. Kleen is survived by her husband of Longmont; her father of Boulder; two sons, David R. Kleen and Gregory J. Kleen, both of Longmont; one brother, Steve (Ann) Hanson of Boulder; two sisters, Kathy (John) Schaps of Estes Park and Trisha Hanson of Boulder; her grandfather, Elmer Becander of Greeley; and numerous aunts and uncles.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, at First Lutheran Church, the Rev. Bruce Welander officiating.  The casket will remain closed during the service.  Burial will be in the Ryssby Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Oklahoma Medical research Foundation for Cancer Research, in care of Ahlberg Funeral Chapel.

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09/03/14 02:57 PM #1    

Margie (Larry) Morris (Caswell)

Janice Hanson Kleen died at her home on November 3,1988 after a year long battle with brain cancer. She was 42.  From 1966 - 1968 she worked as a secretary for IBM.  On May 4, 1968, she married Roger H. Kleen in Boulder.  With Roger's jobs in the oil industry they lived in Texas and Oklahoma before settling in Longmont in 1977.  Janice was a very active member of the First Luteran Church and a homemaker. Janice and Roger had 2 sons: David and Gregory, both engineers living in Colorado now.

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