Hansen, Arlo A. Feb 24, 1925 - Apr 30, 2015 A WWII Veteran and retired Teamsters #554. Passed away at the Gretna Community Care Center while in the care of "Pathways to Compassion" Hospice Care. Preceded in death by his beloved wife of 68 years, Dorothy; and 2 of his children, Robert and Gwen. Survived by his children and spouses, Gail and Kim, Connie and Tim, Dawn, Penny and Mark, Bob's wife Pam, and Gwen's husband Joe; 14 grandchildren and spouses, Brandon (Eva), Rayanne (Josh), Rocky (Michelle), Steven (Alena), Jamie, Dusti (Kip), Ellen, Mary (Chris), Susan (Joe), Jon (Jessica), Josh (Meredith), Brittan, Joe (Lisa), and Robbie; 13 great grandchildren; many extended family; many special nieces and nephews; the Larsons; many friends. He's on the road to be with Dorothy again...he will be in our hearts forever. VISITATION with family Wednesday beginning at 10am, with a MEMORIAL SERVICE at 11am, all at Bethany Funeral Home Chapel. Military Honors by American Legion Post #373 Honor Guard. Luncheon will follow at the Ralston American Legion (74th and Q). BETHANY FUNERAL HOME 82nd & Harrison 402-593-6100
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