Paul Hansan Obituary, Death – Paul Hansan, 55, of Fishers, Indiana, passed away at home on Sunday, October 2, 2022. He was born on June 24, 1967, in Muncie, Indiana, as the son of Bernard and Nancy Hansan. In 1989, Paul graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a Bachelor of Science in Business. He belonged to the Sigma Nu Fraternity’s Beta Eta chapter.
Paul worked in Florida’s golf industry for a short time after receiving his degree before moving back to Indiana and starting a sales career. His strong work ethic and desire to be his own boss allowed him to build his company to great success.
Paul and Kelly went on a blind date set up by their mutual friends in February 2002. They connected because of their enthusiasm for Indiana University and shared Catholic faith. Paul and Kelly were married on January 24, 2004, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church.
Paul loved to play golf. He was a devoted golfer who traveled the world with his friends to play on top courses. He enjoyed planning excursions and booking tee times so that his friends could play golf together. Throughout his golfing career, Paul had 6 holes-in-one, but he never took special pride in them.
Travelers themselves, Paul and his wife recently went to Ireland. He took advantage of each opportunity. His affection for his friends, family, and cats (Charley, Calvin, and Hobbes) far outweighed his love of golf. He had a lot of wonderful friends. He was endearing, fervent, giving, and loving. He was funny, endearing, considerate, kind, and motivating. The most important thing is that he would do anything for his friends and family. He served as a mentor, coach, and leader.
Paul possessed a deep and steadfast faith in the Lord. He was a devoted member of the St. Louis de Montfort parish in Fishers, Indiana. His wife Kelly Hansan, with whom he has been married for 19 years, his sisters Heidi Hansan (Maura Gilday) and Aimee (Matt) Parker, both of Kensington, Maryland, and Pendleton, as well as his nephew Wren Parker and niece Sydra Parker, all survive him. His parents, Bernard and Nancy Hansan, passed away before him.