Dennis John Hansen was born October 15, 1968, to Sharynn (Olsen) & John Hansen in Astoria, Oregon.

He attended L&C Grade and Warrenton High Schools. Dennis enjoyed working at canneries and was proud of his pressure washing business. He had an amazing witty sense of humor, and could not resist a chance to tease his siblings. He enjoyed music, fishing, and family dinners. Dennis shared the love of motorcycles with his Father John and a passion for classic cars and old westerns with Father Dickie. He shared his Mother’s beautiful smile.

He was preceded in death by Grandparents Alvin & Faye Olsen, Father Dickie Bohrer and Uncle John Olsen of Astoria.

Surviving are Mother Sharynn Bohrer of Astoria, Father & StepMother John & Susan Hansen of Seaside, Sister Sabrina Ridgeway, Sister Jeanne “Meistro” Hansen and partner Brad Johnson, Sister Kim Bohrer & Brother Randy Bohrer all of Astoria, Sister Lisa Bohrer and Fiancee Owen White of Newberg, Or. Sister-in-law Jennifer Bohrer of Warrenton, and Brother Rich Bohrer of New York, Stepsister Melodie Harris and her children of Seaside. Aunts & Uncles Joanne & Ron Rubino, Steve Olsen all of Astoria and Lori & Tim Isom of Port Orchard, Wa. Many cherished nieces, great-niece, and nephews were the sunshine in his life.

He will be remembered as a loving son, brother and friend. Join us to Celebrate and Remember at the Warrenton Community Center, May 4th at 1:30 p.m. Private interment will be at Lewis and Clark Cemetery.

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