Mary Mae Hansen

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Mary Mae Hansen Mary Mae Hansen, 91, of Grantsville, Utah (moved from Arizona where she lived for 40 years) was born in Cuba, Missouri, September 3, 1927. She passed away peacefully at home on July 16, 2019. Mother of Kenneth Wyzard (Trish), Constance Wyzard and Linda Straw. Stepmother to Jim (Connie) and Maxine. Grandmother of Kali, Bracston, Ben (Chelsea), Jacqueline (Branden), Brittney (Andrew), Rick. Great Grandmother of Payton, Ashton, Adelyn, Cora, Brittney, Zackary, Madison, Chantel, Juliana, Faith, Grant, Bracston Jr. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Max, along with her parents Jacob Stein and May Stein, her daughter Constance Wyzard and her siblings, George, Peter, Elizabeth, Albert, Ann, Herman, Marjorie and Mrytle Rose, Great Grand Daughter Addison Mae Prettyman. Survived by her siblings, Arnold and Bertie. Mary was a beautician and owned Hansen Trucking. (for at least 30 years) She was a breast cancer survivor. She enjoyed crocheting and square dancing. She was an avid doll collector along with collecting antiques and going yard saling and buying jewelry. She loved to go out with friends to local dinner theaters. She loved to travel around the country and overseas with her family, friends and church groups. She belonged to the Red Hatters. Mary was a shopaholic. Mary still enjoyed getting her nails done at age 91. She made sure she never left home without her jewelry. Graveside services will be held in the Veterans National Cemetery, 23029 Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 10:30 AM Online condolences and memories may be shared at daltonhoopes.com
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Published on July 21, 2019
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Jan Spurgin
Aug 11, 2019
So sorry to hear of Mary's passing. She was a lovely lady.