Obituaries & Tributes
Kenneth "Ken" Hasen
date of birth June 27 1965
date of death March 30 2021
Ken was born in Portland, OR to Jack and Deanna Hasen. He was raised there with his two sisters and brother. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and Portland State University. Ken worked as a warehouse associate and obtained his CDL certification in 2019. He volunteered for St. Vincent DePaul food pantry at St. Cecilia Church in Beaverton, OR.
Ken enjoyed being in nature and took pride in yard landscaping. He liked to hike, camp, fish, and hunt. Ken was an avid sports fan, especially football, basketball, hockey, and soccer.
Ken is survived by his sisters, Glenda (Shannon) and Dorothy (Abdou); his brother, Doug (Kate); and his aunt, Ruth (Richard). He was predeceased by his parents.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society or Oregon Wildlife Foundation.
7 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Kim Wick Kenny was so giving. He was a kind, thoughtful and helpful person with a true gift for conversation much like his dad, Jack.
Candle lit by Staff at Autumn Funerals, Cremation & Burial Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Doug Hasen May you have peace and know your life brought meaning to all of us
Candle lit by Rosa M Musick /Community Fundraisers inc You always will remembered as an excellent friend who’s cares about others .. through CFI We were able to help so many many families .. we did with passion and you wasn’t the exception .. you believe that helping others is a way to say thank you to the life .. Thank you for your services .. Rest In Peace my sirens
Candle lit by Old friend I saw a picture of him dated March 31st, 2021.. a lot of them.. that’s impossible. Not if you’re faking it!!
Candle lit by Jenny Ken was always the life of the party !!!. he cracked me up at work…and was the best fundraiser the company ever had, and was a Superstar in his own right!! He loved the water, and bikinis!!…lol! handsome and charming and always be my “Ken Doll.”. Jen
Candle lit by Jennifer Van Michael Ken was a great co worker and friend. You will be missed dearly..