Judith Ann Hansmann

Born in Boise, ID on October 8, 1943

Departed on June 19, 2016 and resided in Springfield, TN

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Judith Ann Hansmann, age 72 of Springfield passed away June 19, 2016. Ms. Hansmann was born on October 8, 1943 in Boise, Idaho to the late Carl and Hazel Yeates. Judith will be remembered as a loving mother and grandmother; her family will remember her creativity and her love of painting, coin & stamp collecting, gardening, photography, sewing and biking. She was a registered nurse for over 50 years and retired from the State of Tennessee. Ms. Hansmann is survived by her children, Ms. Sharon Whitby of Pleasant View, TN, Dr. Rebecca Hansmann of Nashville, TN, Mr. Joseph Hansmann of West Plains, MO and Mrs. Kimberly Wells (Paul) of Poplar Bluff, MO; grandchildren, Taylor Whitby, Tucker Whitby, Jada Martin, Gavin Wells, Jaci Hansmann, Koby Hansmann and Anna Fowler; and siblings, Carl Yeates, Sharon Jones and Donald Klasen. A Life Celebration Service honoring Judith will be held on Saturday, June 25th at 11:00 a.m. from the Chapel of Springfield Funeral Home. Visitation with her family will be one hour prior to the service. Her cremated remains will be laid to rest on Saturday, July 2nd at 10:00 a.m. in Van Buren City Cemetery, Van Buren, MO. Arrangements Entrusted To: Springfield Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home, Springfield, TN (615)384-5437 www.springfieldfh.com

3 Comments to Ms. Judith Ann Hansmann

  1. Krista Salyer says:


    We am so very sorry. Please accept our deepest condolences. We are praying for peace and comfort for all of you during this sad time.

    Deepest Sympathy,
    John, Krista, & Kal El Cornelius

  2. Kathy Lasar Plapp says:

    Dear Kim, Joe, Sherry, and Becky, and all family: Our sincere condolences to all of you. We enjoyed our holiday dinners spent with your Mother, and know how much she cherished her family. May God bless all of you, and hold you together in your grief.

    Kathy and Al Plapp

  3. Vickie Wood says:

    Becky, Sherry, Kim and Joe and all….
    What an amazing woman, that’s how I’ll remember your Mom.
    She was a wonderful friend! Her love for my little Boston Bess will never be forgotten as well as her love for all animals. We worked together for many years and remained friends for the last 24 years. May you rest in peace my friend.
    My love and heart goes out to you each of you.

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