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Ingmar C. Hanson April 15, 1922 - July 18, 2009

SUNBURG -- Ingmar Clarence Hanson, 87, of Brooten died Saturday at Glacial Ridge Hospital in Glenwood. The service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Sunburg Free Lutheran Church in rural Sunburg. Burial will be in Sunburg Free Cemetery. Visitation w...

Ingmar C. Hanson
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SUNBURG -- Ingmar Clarence Hanson, 87, of Brooten died Saturday at Glacial Ridge Hospital in Glenwood.

The service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Sunburg Free Lutheran Church in rural Sunburg. Burial will be in Sunburg Free Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Hoplin-Hitchcock Funeral Home in Brooten and will continue for one hour prior to the service at the church.

He was born April 15, 1922, in Norway Lake Township, to Hans and Christine (Hellerud) Hanson. He grew up on a farm near Sunburg and attended Tolfsrud School near Sunburg. He entered the U.S. Army on April 19, 1945, and served in Okinawa. He was honorably discharged June 4, 1946. He returned to Minnesota and worked at Sunburg Implement.

He married Anetta Medalen on Dec. 23, 1946, in Sunburg. They lived in rural Sunburg.

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He worked for more than 20 years at Dokken Implement and Glenwood Implement. After retiring, they moved to Brooten.

He is survived by his son: Calvin (and Barb) Hanson of Brooten; a grandson; a great-grandson; a step-great-granddaughter; two great-great-grandsons; and a brother: Olander Hanson of Sunburg.

He was preceded in death by his wife, in 2006, and two brothers.

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