With a rich history that started in the 1970s when Bob Hansen first started in the memorial industry, Hansen Monuments has transitioned into its second generation of memorialists. Our dedicated staff will help you with your designing needs.
Kathy is a 1983 graduate of Central Community High School in De Witt, Iowa and the American Institute of Commerce in 1985. Kathy began working with her family in 1988 and she purchased Hansen Monuments in 1999. Kathy attained Certified Memorialist status in 2006 through the Monument Builders of North America, the industry's highest degree of achievement.
Kathy has pledged herself to serving you and your family with care and dedication, while maintaining the highest standards of quality, craftsmanship, and business ethics.
Evie is a 1997 graduate of Central Community High School in DeWitt and attended Scott Community College. She joined Hansen Monuments in 2007 and very quickly became the "face" of Hansen Monuments. She is the major multi-tasker of the group and has developed her designing skills by leaps and bounds. By attending several national monument conventions, educational seminars and working side by side with Kathy, her designing skills and knowledge of the memorial industry has created her "job" into a real "career" for the memorial industry. Her welcoming demeanor puts every family at ease at such a difficult time.
Kevin is our Head Engraver and Shape Carver as well as the Production Manager. He began with Hansen Monuments in 2007 and handles all production aspects from the foundation, setting, to the intricate details of shape carving, hand tooling of custom texture techniques and engraving. Kevin is a native of DeWitt. He is busy with coaching soccer, running, working out and spending time with his family.
Karen is helping our office staff on a part-time basis. She brings life experience to the table and shows compassion and care to our families. Karen grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota. She and her husband settled in DeWitt in 2011 after traveling around the world during his military career. They have three grown daughters.
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