Andrew C. Hansen
July 6, 1981 – March 20, 2022
MEMORIAL SERVICE: Saturday, April 9th at 11am at Lutheran Church of the Master, East Campus (2617 S. 114th St.), with VISITATION at the church from 9:30am to 10:30am. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested, to be directed by the family.
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Andrew was born in Ogallala, Nebraska and passed away in Columbia, South Carolina. He was preceded in death by grandparents, George and Clarissa Hansen and Milton and Velore Benson. He is survived by parents, Terry “Pete” and Judy Hansen of Omaha; son, Riley Hansen; daughters, Lexi and Alli Walden, all of Omaha; fiancée, Beth Kann of Columbia, SC; sister, Jessica (Poli) Sanchez; nieces: Soila, Yoselyn, Arianna, and Grace; nephews: George, Felix, and Adrian, all of Omaha; several uncles, aunts and cousins.
Andrew moved from Omaha in the mid 2000s, migrating to Columbia, South Carolina. He had worked as an independent tile setter and for several wholesale contractor businesses. The last two years he shared his life with his fiancée, Beth Kann, whom he planned to marry later this summer.
Those who knew Andy knew him for his kind heart and engaging smile. He loved to keep us on our toes, and he brought his fun-filled spirit with him wherever he went. Andy was always a dreamer and a talker, and always had a smile on his face. He was interested in his work, cars, and the outdoors.
All of our love and prayers go out to all of you. Andy was such a special person and will be so missed.
My sincere condolences to Beth and his entire family. Hoping the memories cherished will bring you comfort and keep his spirit alive.
Sweetheart, you have my heart forever. Thank you for your love, our life, our healing and growing together. We came into each other’s lives right when we both needed it the most and I cherish every moment of each day we spent together. You had the uncanny ability of making every person in your life feel appreciated and seen. Your infectious smile, kind heart and dry humor would light up every room. Oh, do I miss that laugh. I love you Andy. You forever changed my life for the better.
I’m so sorry. My thoughts and prayers with your family and Riley and Reannen. Andy was always a good to me. Loved his smile!!
Andy, life with you was always an adventure. Some of the best times in my life came with you by my side. Life took us down different roads but I’m thankful that I was able to be your friend. I will always look back at our mid twenties and remember the good times. Thank you for the memories! Rest In Peace my friend.
Hi, Dan! I am Judy Hansen, Andy’s mother. Thank your the memory of Andy. How did you two know each other?
We knew each other because Dave Walker. We hung out for many years. We even worked together for a summer.