In memory of
Henry Earl Severson
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In memory of
Henry Earl Severson
Henry Earl SEVERSON Our dear Hank Severson passed away on March 19, 2011. He is survived by his sister, Lois Hanson, his children, David and Kirsten Severson, his wife Diane Balloun Severson and many other treasured family members. Hank was born in Spring Valley, Illinois, became a civil engineer from the University of Illinois and enjoyed a fulfilling career with Boeing. He loved baseball, movies, travel, discovering the unknown and most of all - a good laugh. He was always seeking to be a better man learning through the depth of different spiritualities, cultures and religions. To the day he died he connected with people of all walks of life and remained a loyal, loving and devoted father, brother, uncle, husband, friend and father-figure to many. Hankster the prankster - we will miss you dearly. Love you deep. Service held at St. Vincent de Paul Sat. April 9, at 11:00 a.m. at 30525 8th Ave S., Federal Way, WA.
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In memory of
Henry Earl Severson
Henry Earl SEVERSON Our dear Hank Severson passed away on March 19, 2011. He is survived by his sister, Lois Hanson, his children, David and Kirsten Severson, his wife Diane Balloun Severson and many other treasured family members. Hank was born in Spring Valley, Illinois, became a civil engineer from the University of Illinois and enjoyed a fulfilling career with Boeing. He loved baseball, movies, travel, discovering the unknown and most of all - a good laugh. He was always seeking to be a better man learning through the depth of different spiritualities, cultures and religions. To the day he died he connected with people of all walks of life and remained a loyal, loving and devoted father, brother, uncle, husband, friend and father-figure to many. Hankster the prankster - we will miss you dearly. Love you deep. Service held at St. Vincent de Paul Sat. April 9, at 11:00 a.m. at 30525 8th Ave S., Federal Way, WA.
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