Frederick Brian Hansen

Born: Thu., Mar. 9, 1944
Died: Tue., Apr. 2, 2013

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Fred was born in Brooklyn, New York on March 9th, 1944; the son of Rose Hymas Hansen and Nicholas Hansen.  He passed away on April 2nd in Boca Raton, Florida.

Fred served his country during the Vietnam war as a technical specialist 4th class.

He leaves behind his wife, Patricia Mason, his brother Kenneth, and his sisters Lois Deragon and Gail Donegan, and many loving nieces and nephews.

Plans for a memorial service are pending.

Donations, in lieu of flowers may be contributed to: Hospice by the Sea, Inc. - Boca Raton Care Center - 1531 W. Palmetto Pk. Rd., Boca Raton, Fl. 33486

Charitable donations may be made in Frederick's memory to the following organization:

Hospice by the Sea
1531 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, FL 33486
Tel: (561) 416-5009 or (800) 633-2577

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William Davis  &  Jeffrey  Gorobao
   Posted Fri April 05, 2013
Pat, you remain in our thoughts hearts and prayers

Reflect on the good times in your 25 years shared with Fred.

He is now at peace and may God Bless

You were by his side through thick and thin.

Anne Richter
   Posted Sat April 06, 2013
Pat, I am so sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.


   Posted Sat April 06, 2013
I knew Fred all of my life and it was still too short a time. He left this world too soon and my heart breaks over his loss. Pat was devoted to his care and it did my soul good to spend Fred's last days with her and to hold his hand. He leaves a huge void with family and friends and I will never let him out of my thoughts and prayers. His loving sister, Gail

David Rivera
   Posted Sun April 07, 2013
I remember Fred fondly as a strong individual, loved his cars, his work, with a firm handshake. May he rest in peace, and the Lord bless you Pat, give you strength to move forward, always remembering the 'Fredmeister'.

Captain Ron
   Posted Sun April 07, 2013
So sorry to hear this. I will miss sharing stories and waitinng for the rod to bend.

Sea ya Later.

Captain Ron

Beatrice Quitt
   Posted Mon April 08, 2013
Fred was good company, a fine raconteur, a very good friend and neighbor. He will be sorely missed. He and Pat were a fine pair and she will remain a link to him and a constant reminder of his spirit of adventure. Her courage and strength of character will serve her at this time of loss, and the friendships she has nurtured are there in solid support.

erin flynn and wei lui
   Posted Mon April 08, 2013
Fred was a special person. We send our condolences to his family and his wife ,Pat. We went to the car show yesterday and remembered our time spent with him there. Our thoughts re with you.
erin and Wei.

   Posted Mon April 08, 2013



Gary Wiegand
   Posted Tue April 09, 2013
Fred Hansen was, and will always be my longest lifetime friend. I loved him like a brother. We played as kids in the neighborhood and then went fishing together when we got old enough to take a boat out without grownups around.
He introduced me to the lab at NYU, and they hired me and gave me an education. Fred changed my life that day and I will always be greatful.
When he came home from Viet Nam, we bought a boat together and it was like he never left. Fred was one of the smartest people I new and I would love to see and hear about the new toys he was playing with at the lab. I wish I had spent more time and reached out more often in these past few years. So sorry for our loos Pat. See you soon

Sandra Cohen
   Posted Wed April 10, 2013
Deepest sympathies Pat. So sorry to hear about Fred.

Diana Schwartz
   Posted Wed April 10, 2013
I'm so sorry for your loss. Fred was such a wonderful person and much beloved at Courant for as long as I can remember. My late husband Jack worked with Fred for many years and had deep love and respect for him. Fred worked so hard at NYU for all the years I knew him there. He never said no or said something was impossible. He loved the challenge and always came through for everyone. I'm glad you had so many good years together.

Dianne Piwinski
   Posted Sun April 21, 2013
Fred was always there for help and ideas no matter what the matter was.
I knew him both from Courant/Warren Weaver and then at the Meyer Complex.
I am retired NYU as well.
My deepest sympathy to all of his family.
He is at peace; he ran the good race.
Dianne Piwinski

   Posted Sun January 12, 2014
I am so very sorry to hear of Fred's passing. I knew him many years ago, still have
many loving pictures of him. He was the one I let get away…Rest peacefully Frederick,
you will always be in my heart.

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