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Cecelia Hans

November 20, 1915 - September 05, 2011

Gathering:

8-9:00 A.M. Saturday, September 10 at Canaan Moravian Church, Davenport N.D.

Funeral Service:

9:00 A.M. Saturday, September 10 at Canaan Moravian Church, Davenport N.D.

Burial:

Canaan Moravian Church Cemetery, Davenport N.D.

Arrangements:

Fredrikson-Boulger Funeral Chapel, Kindred.

Cecelia Hans

November 20, 1915 - September 05, 2011

Obituary

Cecelia F. (Glasow) Hans, 95, formerly of Davenport, ND passed away on September 5, 2011 at Bethany Retirement Living.

Cecelia F. Hans was born to Bernhard and Martha (Heuer) Glasow on the family farm in Addison Township, Davenport, ND. She grew up there and attended District 29 School in Addison township. Cecelia moved to Fargo with her family where she worked at the Powers Hotel. Cecelia Glasow and Hubert Hans were married at Fargo Moravian Church on June 4, 1953. They lived on Hubert’s family farm where they farmed until Hubert passed away 1977. Hubert and Cecelia  wintered in McAllen, Texas for many years. After Hubert passed away Cecelia moved in to Fargo with her mother.

She is survived by her nephews and niece, Dallas (Paula) Glasow, Davenport, ND, Joan (Rich) Westlund, Fargo, ND, and Bruce (Mara) Glasow, Davenport, ND; her great nephew and nieces and great  great nieces,  Tracey (Marty Mikkelsen) with Ellisyn, Trisha (Ross) Montgomery with Mylah, Taylor Glasow, Stephanie (Jesse) Cook with Grace and Elizabeth, Mallory (Nik) Pickett, Lauren (Dillon) Duchscherer, Harlee Glasow.

She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and 2 brothers, Herbert and Clifford.

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  1. Arla Mae Discher says:

    Clinton MN
    Dear Joan, Bruce, Dallas and families,

    It was with sadness to hear of the passing of your last aunt on your father’s side. I know Joan, you will really miss the contact you’ve had with her over the years. I grew to know her quite well as she traveled with your folks a lot. She was kind and gentle, a lovely lady, and had your dad still been with us I would have come for the service. Will she be laid to rest next to her brother, or are the men and women on different sides?

    Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time of need. Arla Mae

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