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Steven Conrad Hansen

March 3, 1975 - December 3, 2013

Steven Conrad Hansen passed away at his home in Tooele, Utah on December 3, 2013. He was born March 3, 1975 to Steven R. Hansen and and Nicole Irvin in Seattle, WA. He attended Roy High School and later received his GED through WSU.
He married Amy Clarke on September 29, 2000. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on September 29, 2001.
Steve was known best for his big heart and desire to help everyone. He was a dedicated and loving husband, father, son, and brother (both blood and blue), and served his community selflessly in his 12 year career in law enforcement, the last four serving with the Tooele Sheriff’s Dept. He loved his job and his brothers and sisters in blue. His favorite pastime was his family. He loved going shooting with his boys and cuddling with his girls. He was loved by all who met him and left a special imprint in the hearts of those who knew him. He will be forever loved and missed.
Steve is survived by his wife; his sons, Steven, Tyler and Jakob; his daughters, Brittanee, Cassidee, and Janessa; his mother, Nicole Hansen; his brothers, Mike (Tina) Hansen, Robert (Sheri) Hansen, Brent (Lisa) Hansen; his sister, Amy (Ray) Tarr, and 14 nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father Steven R. Hansen, his grandparents, his Uncle Scott, and his mother-in-law Jacqueline.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday December 10, 2013 at 12:00 noon at the Stansbury Park South Stake LDS Church, 240 Interlochen Ln, Stansbury Park, UT. A viewing will be held at the church, prior to services from 10:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Interment will be in Ogden City Cemetery.



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Visitation Information

Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Time: 10:00 am - 11:45 pm

Stansbury Park South Stake LDS Church


240 Interlochen Ln., , Stansbury Park, UT, 84074

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Service Information

Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Time: 12:00 pm -

Stansbury Park South Stake LDS Church


240 Interlochen Ln., , Stansbury Park, UT, 84074

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Cemetery Information

Date: Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Ogden City Cemetery


, , Ogden, UT,

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Born: March 3, 1975
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Fiona Woodhead Hurst posted on 12/10/13

I don't know what to say...My dad has pretty much said it all! He was the older brother that I never had! My favorite memory is going to scout camp with all the boys (can't do that now) and the relationships I got to gain from that! And of course our trip to Disneyland that he came on with us! Love You Steve! Sending prayers, love, and support to the rest of the family!


Brett posted on 12/10/13

I miss you.


Mike and Tracy Begay posted on 12/10/13

To Amy and family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My families thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Mike and Tracy Begay


Karen Cosby posted on 12/10/13

To Nikki I am so sorry for your loss. I love you and my prayers are with you and your family. Please know I am thinking of you. I am still in St. George please contact me when you can. or please call 1-435-668-9653


Daniel Woodhead posted on 12/10/13

Having just moved into the neighborhood back in 1985 with my young family of three young girls, is when I first met Steve. He was a 10 year old boy with the biggest smile I’ve ever seen and a personality to go with it. I would see him repeatedly at my door with my dog Aussie in his arms. She had a habit of escaping and running around the neighborhood. I think Steve loved my dog more than I did. Later on in that year I would become Steve’s scoutmaster. What an honor to have him as one of my scouts. His leadership skills and willingness to serve was superior. We had such a great time on many, many scout trips. I think Lake Powell and Camp Loll was our favorite, or at least it was mine. We also spent many times sleeping in the snow at -20 degrees. Two-Three years later Steve became an Eagle Scout. I was sure proud of him!!!! During those years, Steve became an older brother to my three and soon to be four young daughters. My girls just loved him. He treated them with such respect. Oft times I considered him my son. One year I took him along with my family to Disneyland and we had a blast. I have had much joy in my heart to see him grow up to be a man, a husband, and a father. I consider him my friend now and forever. Steve, you will always be alive in my heart and in my memories. See you in the future, Love Dan Woodhead


Christi Gaffney posted on 12/10/13

As you grieve, know that Ezra, Shelby and I are remembering you and the kids and honoring the memory of Steve .May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you.


Shar Manzione posted on 12/10/13

Steve was one of my favorites when I dispatched for Tooele County. I watched a young man grow as an officer and become a wonderful caretaker of Tooele City. He would help us out in Dispatch by coming in a talking to us when we needed closure on a bad call. As an EMT he was always helpful at a scene out her in the south end of the County. I will never forget running into him and Jeff Mott and their wives at a Twilight Premier and all the giggling and just plain fun seeing them there. I am thankful to have known such a quietly compassionate man. God bless. ~Shar


Caleen Loving posted on 12/9/13

Will be sad not to see your happy face at the jail ! Have missed seeing you since we moved to the new jail, will really miss you now. Love, Nursee


Karlene Van Luyk Wissel posted on 12/9/13

Nikki and family. My prayers and thoughts are with you all. It is hard to know what to say at this sad time but just know you are on my mind. I hope to be there Tuesday but will see you at the cemetery. Stay safe . Love from your friend and cousin.


Mac posted on 12/9/13

Most of my memories with Steve are of the great conversations that we would have. I loved talking with him. Steve is real and I enjoyed that quality about him. However, there is also one funny memory that does stick out a bit. It was just a few years back at the last "Man Camp" at the Vernon Reservoir. Mott was fishing and doing quite well and so a few of us tried our luck. I looked over and saw the size of hook that Steve was using and I started to tease him about it. Sparks, who was over by Steve, offered a little competition between the c.o.'s and the deputies. There side vs. our side. Let's just say that Mott, Sparks and Steve caught one fish after another while we had the pleasure...of watching. And sure enough, Steve was catching them right and left even with that "anchor" I was teasing him about. Some people leave a lasting impression upon you and you know that it will be forever. That's how Steve has touched my life. Always


Nikki Hansen posted on 12/8/13

When Steven was a little boy, he had a deep husky voice. He was very personable. Everyone wanted to take him home with them. I don't know why, maybe it was because he was a little man himself with a husky voice, but he was a man’s man or is that a man’s baby. Steve liked men. As his dad would say, “let me peel this boy off me” whenever he needed to move. This was decided evidence of Steve’s intentions. If there was a man around that Steve cared for, that is where he would be. I love you Steve! Mom


Melanie/Brad posted on 12/8/13

I'm thinking about all those fun camping trips we took with our families, helping you build a fence around your first home, sharing important family events, etc. Those are some of the best times I can remember. When life wasn't so complicated yet; When we couldn't possibly know what the future would bring. My thoughts and prayers are with your wife and children and the rest of your family during this very difficult time, that they might find comfort and peace. Until we meet again...