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Halvor Emile Hansen Sr. Dies at 81

Veteran Halvor Emile Hansen Sr., also known as "Sef" or "Seffer," of Estate Anna’s Hope died on Nov. 19. He was 81 years old.
He was preceded in death by his father, Bernhardt Hansen; mother, Ilma Emanuel Hansen; and brothers: Norman Gerard, Eric Hansen and Hans Hansen.
He is survived by his wife, Victorina Navarro Hansen; sons: Halvor Hansen Jr. and Gerard Hansen; grandchildren: Shamira, Shanice, Shaniqua, Shamoi, Dononique, Shania and Halle Hansen; great-grandchildren: Zaria Furze, Brandon Graham Jr., Alannah Anderson and Taliya Carey; sisters: Florine H. Torres, Julia Hansen-Hodge and Cleoda H. Moorhead; brothers: Valdemar C. Hansen and Theodore W. Hansen; nieces: Margarita Q. Torres, Andrieta, Debra and Linda Hansen, Monique Hansen Shannon, Chivonne and Chalma Moorhead, and Caryn, Christen and Stephanie Hodge; and nephews: Jose Torres, Rodney, Ray and Lynden Hansen, Aubrey and Craig Delerme, and Colin Moorhead Jr.
He is also survived by daughters-in-law: Pauline and Nikki Hansen; brothers-in-law: Colin B. Moorhead, Andre and Justino Navarro; sisters-in-law: Ruth Barnes Hansen and Ruthlyn Eugenie Hansen; special friends: Alexandrine Petersen, Justina Hansen Rawlins and all the Gallows Bay families; cousins and other relatives: the Adams, Begraff, Brunstoff, Christian, Clark, Emanuel, Adams-Encarnacion, Gautier, James, Petersen, Sealey and Watson (St. Thomas) families; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. and the funeral service at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 10, at St. John’s Anglican Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery Veterans Section.
Professional funeral services are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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