Ann Marie Hanson

August 19th, 1941May 3rd, 2023

Ann Marie Hanson of Boulder Colorado passed away on May 3rd, 2023, at 81 years of age.

Ann Marie was born in August 1941 to Myron and Grace Huscher in Saginaw Michigan. Throughout her life, she also lived in Ann Arbor Michigan, Gunbarrel in Boulder County, and Wonderland Hills in Boulder. She was then Married to Chris Hanson 1960. But they later separated in 1981. She attended Stephens College Columbia Missouri, where she got her Liberal Arts degree in 1960, and University of Colorado at Denver, where she learned to be a Para legal Assistant in 1990. She mainly worked in sales throughout her life, working in a wide variety of stores, including Pepper Corn in Boulder, KC fine furniture, and L’Occitan.

In her spare time, she enjoyed many hobbies, including playing piano, going to Barns and Noble and ordering Coffee. She had a love for the outdoors, and took up bee keeping, gardening, bird watching, hiking, and skiing. She was also fond of attending games for the Colorado Rockies.

Ann Marie is survived by her two sons, Eric and Brad Hanson of Colorado, her sister Patricia Waterman of Arizona, her daughter in law Muriel Hanson of Colorado, and her grandsons Mark-Antoine Hanson and Philippe Hanson of Colorado

She is Preceded in death by her son, Christian Hansen of Colorado.

She will be laid to rest in Green Mountain Cemetery, Boulder CO.









Dear Brad and Erik Sending you my deepest sympathy. I’m in shock since my Boulder friend sent me your mothers obituary . I have been living in Denver for the past 17years and only have spoken to your mom a few times since my move. I met your mom when we sat next to each other on a flight back to Denver and we shared a ride back to Boulder. I was newly divorced and we would met to go dancing at the Broker Inn, she was so much fun and a very delightful and good friend. Sometimes I would help her with Christian when he was Ill. Your mom was very proud of both of you. Our lives intertwined for many years in different ways. Ann was a classy woman who had a flair with lovely clothing. Her interest in all things cultural was impressive, going to listen to Boulder symphony, all things French, interior design, cooking and taking care of her home in north Boulder. I am very sorry for your loss. Sincerely Elaine Little I’m very sorry for your loss, Sincerely Elaine Little