Evan Hansen of Cedar Hills, Utah returned home to his Heavenly
Father on Friday, September 1, 2017 following a courageous
battle with cancer. Victor was born in Logan, Utah on June
16, 1964 to Evan and RaNae Hansen. He graduated from Carbon
High School and attended the College of Eastern Utah. He
served an LDS mission to the Dominican Republic. After his
mission, he went on to receive his degree from Brigham Young
University in Civil Engineering. He worked as Professional
Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor for his entire career.
He started his own engineering company; H&H Engineer
and Surveying. He was a hard worker and respected by both
those he worked for and with.
He married his best friend, the love of his life, Debra
Allred in July of 1988 in the Manti Temple. Together they
raised four children; Dalene, Megan, Dustin and Madison.
Victor found the greatest joy in being a husband and father.
Victor had an amazing testimony of the gospel. He taught
his family the importance of the gospel and especially the
importance of prayer. He was a very smart and humble man
and was always willing to help those around him. Victor
was good at finding happiness in the little things, and
could always offer a listening ear to those in need. He
loved to hunt and fish and has passed that love on to his
children. Victor had a strength and a calming presence wherever
He is survived by his wife Debra; children: Dalene, Megan,
Dustin and Madison; parents, Evan and RaNae; siblings: Tiffany
(Todd Lauritsen), Tabrina (Brad) Kenison, Travis (Gina)
Hansen, Taramie (Paul) Jackman. He was preceded in death
by his brother Wade, his father-in-law Dale Allred.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Wednesday,
September 6, 2017 at the Manila LDS Stake Center Chapel,
850 North 900 East, American Fork, Utah. Family and friends
may call on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:00
pm at the church, and again on Wednesday morning at the
church from 9:30 to 10:30 prior to services. Interment will
be at the American Fork City Cemetery, 600 North Center
Street, American Fork, Utah.