Hansen, Jean Ann | Obituary

CAMP DOUGLAS – Jean Ann Hansen, 77, of Camp Douglas, died on Tuesday April 27, 2021 at Mayo Hospital in La Crosse. Jean was the daughter of Edwin and Ruth (Worden) Zingsheim and was born on January 30, 1944 in Elroy, Wisconsin.

Jean grew up in Elroy, attending and graduating from Royal High School.

Former John Zingsheim was united in a holy marriage to Milford Hansen on August 25, 1962 at Camp Douglas United Methodist Church. After living in Kenosha for a few years, they moved to Camp Douglas in 1968.

Jean looked after her home, worked at Bernie’s IGA and at the Swiss Colony. She was a member of the Mauston United Methodist Church where she was a member of United Methodist Women (UMW). She also served on the UMW Conference Board. She has been a lay lecturer at the United Methodist Church of New Lisbon and Mauston. John also represented his church at the Wisconsin United Methodist Church Annual Conference.

She was very proud of her three children: Yvonne (Edward) Chojnacki of Stevens Point, Brian Hansen of Madison and Doug (fiancee, Corey Labesky) of Delavan. Jean was even more proud of her grandchildren: Stephanie (Josh) Tyjeski, Ben (Kelsey) Chojnacki, Max Hansen, Chase Hansen, Henry Hansen, Tyasha Hansen and Bradley Hansen. She is also survived by her sister, Karen Lee of Stevens Point; and sisters-in-law, Janet (Gene) Hanson of Minnetrista, Minn., and Bea Zingsheim of Onalaska, Wisconsin. Jean was predeceased by her parents; husband, Milford, in 2013; and brothers, Philip Zingsheim and Ron Zingsheim.


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