In Memory

Shauna Hansen

Shauna Hansen

Shauna Hansen -  ESCONDIDO

Shauna Rae Hansen, 45, died Friday, Nov. 12, 1999, of cancer, at Palomar Medical Center.

Born Oct. 3, 1954, in Salt Lake City, she lived in Escondido for 20 years. She worked at Target in Escondido and was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She worked for Signet Armorlite in San Marcos for 15 years.

Ms. Hansen was preceded in death by her father, Clyde William Hansen, in May 1971; and her brothers David Barnett in December 1989, and Michael William Hansen on Oct. 16, 1997. She is survived by her mother and stepfather, Elfreda and Glenn Barnett of Utah; and sisters Sheila Hansen of Ohio, Sabrina Rail of Utah and Deborah Harrison of Escondido.

A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Escondido, with Bishop Betts officiating. North County Cremation is handling arrangements. 

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06/19/12 10:24 PM #1    

Heidi Hilton (Post)

Shauna is a Glendale Girl with a great sense of humor, she looked at life through rose-colored glasses, and always saw the positive aspects.  I will remember her, always smiling!!

11/15/13 08:22 AM #2    

Shauna Jackson (Tanner)

Shauna was one of my best friends in elementary school. She lived down the street from me. We were both Shaunas and her middle name was Rae and mine is Lee. We used to walk down the sidewalk holding hands and swinging our arms chanting "Lee Rae, Lee Rae". Silly. She and I both loved to read. Her favorite books at that time were Nancy Drew Mysteries. The library had them all but they were very well used and falling apart, so the librarian kept them in her office and only let certain people check them out. She trusted Shauna to be careful and bring them back. She wouldn't check them out to me! :)  When we were in Beehives we all went to camp at Brighton. She wasn't in my cabin. But she loved the kids she was with and her leader. When the week was over I remember her sobbing all the way home because it had been such a good experience for her. I think about her now and then and wondered what happened to her. I didn't know until now that she had died.

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