June 2, 1954 ~ April 10, 2021

Born in: Beech Grove, Indiana
Resided in: Fremont, California

Karen Hann, died April 10, 2021, in Fremont, Ca. She was born June 02, 1954 in Beech Grove, Indiana, to Raymond Hann and Hilda Passage.

Karen was a very outgoing and adventurous child and teenager who loved to experience new things, which included her love to travel with her family. She took this adventurous spirit right after high school and traveled out of country to France, by herself. This explorer type of spirit and passion of travel did not end there; in her adulthood she traveled to places, such as Egypt and Tibet.

She was self-employed in multiple businesses for 25 years. However, her primary love evolved into a professional massage therapy business. Her diligent cultivation of this skill translated into a well respected client base; which included The San Francisco 49ers. Karen also identified herself as a linguaphile, who loved and easily picked up different languages, including being fluent in French.

Near the end of her life, she enjoyed watching her favorite shows and spending time with family.

Karen is survived by her daughters; Mary, Crystal, grandchildren; Maurice, Mary, Shayla, Alajia, Maya, Mila, and Lena, great-grandchildren; Malaki and Mikah, her sisters; Kathy and Debbie, brother-in-law; Bruce, and her nephew; Raymond. Family and friends wishing to honor Karen are invited to make a donation in her name to any children’s hospital or shelter, as she defended the weak. Her compassionate spirit will live on through those who knew her…

Memories Timeline


  1. CandleKaren, thank you for accepting me with open arms and treating me like family.Thank you for all of the Birthday and Christmas cards you sent,I kept them all.Thank you for all of the love you showed my kids despite the distance. Although I never had the pleasure of meeting you in person,you were always one phone call or text away if I needed you.Never once did you pass judgement,but instead you gave encouragement. I’ll never forget all of the kind words you told me. You were truly one of a kind and will forever be missed.

  2. Grandma words can’t eExpress how I feel about you, now that you’re gone I feel I have nobody to talk to, you supported me on every level that I could’ve asked from u, and I couldn’t ask for more from u. I will miss your hugs I will miss your eggs and jelly toast I will miss laughing when you get mad at the cashier at McDonald’s when we went there in Fremont there’s, so much to say I don’t even know how to say it, grandma I love you with all my heart and I miss you truly I wish you could have met your grandkids.


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