Larry Kristin Hanson

May 05, 1940 - July 22, 2023

Larry Kristin Hanson

May 05, 1940 - July 22, 2023


Larry Kristin Hanson was born to Mae and Wallace Hanson May 5th, 1940, in Bellingham WA. He passed away at Hospice House on July 22nd, 2023, after a fall.

Larry worked for over 40 years at Georgia Pacific Pulp and Paper mill as an instrument technician. He was also a Navy Veteran.

He enjoyed the outdoors, hunting, fishing, quad riding and camping. He also loved working in his Japanese garden and Koi Pond. He started the C4PIN, a non-profit organization that provides computers for people in need, which made a difference in many peoples’ lives throughout the community. He was also a member of the Mt. Baker Motorcycle club for many years.

He is survived by; his wife of 64 years Carolyn Hanson, Daughter Tammi Rae Ramsey (Ted) of Bellingham, Son Greg Allen Hanson (Suzette) of Bend Oregon, A brother Bryon Hanson (Velma) of Arizona and many nieces and nephews.
Larry was also very creative with wood, glass and metals creating many beautiful things for his friends and family. He will lovingly be remembered for his ability to fix almost anything.

He will be greatly missed by all those who knew him.

Donations in Larry’s honor can be made to C4PIN-Computers for People in Need (, or Whatcom Hospice

A memorial service will be held for Larry at Moles Greenacres in Ferndale on October 4, 2023 at 10:00am.

Celebration of Life

  • Date & Time: October 4, 2023 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: Moles Farewell Tributes Greenacres
  • Location: 5700 Northwest Drive Ferndale, WA 98248 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (360) 384-3401

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1 responses to Larry Kristin Hanson

  1. I just now found out about the remembrance. I am sorry I missed it. I met Larry down at Mels, Computer for Kids. He was so open and willing to help with my questions. As I got more into volunteering down there the more, I really liked Larry. We as a group of old guys would sit and talk about when we were younger. He always had a good adventure story. Whether when he was in the Navy or camping up in Canada. He collected rocks and so do I, we had that in common too. I had sad days when I found out he had fallen and was in a coma. I will remember him forever. He was a good man and friend.

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