Adrienne Hanson, 26, Eagan
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Memorial services for Adrienne Lynn Hanson, age 26, of Eagan, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 23, at the Church of St. Theodore.
The Rev. Robert Schneider will officiate.
Interment will be in St. Theodore’s Cemetery.
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Adrienne died on Sunday, June 19, 2005, at her home.
Adrienne Lynn Hanson was born on Dec. 24, 1978, in Albert Lea, the daughter of Ronald and Barbara (Kirsch) Hanson.
She was baptized and confirmed in the Catholic faith.
She was a graduate of Eagan High School in 1997 and attended Minnesota State University in Mankato, majoring in English literature and minoring in sociology.
Adrienne was a free-spirited person, loving life, reading, and writing.
She composed many poems, wrote a book about Alzheimer’s disease, and wrote many personal letters to family and friends.
Her hobbies included reading, writing, and playing sports especially volleyball.
She enjoyed watching her favorite television shows such as &uot;The Simpsons&uot; and &uot;The Golden Girls&uot; and she loved the movie &uot;Summer Rental.&uot;
She was looking forward to getting her own pet dog.
Adrienne was employed with her father in sales support at Sager Electronics.
She had many, many good friends, both guys and gals.
Survivors include her parents, Barb and Ron Hanson of Eagan; her brother Andrew Hanson of Rosemount; grandparents Genevieve Kirsch and Richard and Jean Hanson all of Albert Lea; uncles and aunts Edward and Lori Kirsch, Jeffery and Sara Kirsch, and Cheri Wehrenberg, all of Albert Lea; cousins Nickie and Annie Linde, Sandra Kirsch, Payten Kirsch all of Albert Lea, and Kristi and Blake Wehrenberg of Florida; many other great-aunts and great-uncles, second cousins; and the family dog, Abby.
Adrienne was preceded in death by her grandfather John Kirsch and her uncle Mike Wehrenberg.
She was one of a kind.
Her zest for life and all her energy will be greatly missed by all those who shared good times with Adrienne.