Dorothy Ann Hansen
1950 - 2021
Dorothy Ann Hansen
Visitation Information
July 4, 2021
Visitation Time
2PM July 4th start
Visitation Location
Maqiyahtimok Center 240 Maliseet Drive St. Mary’s First Nation
Service Information
Service Date
Tuesday, July 6, 2021
Service Time
2 PM
Service Location
Maqiyahtimok Center 240 Maliseet Drive St. Mary’s First Nation
Requested Charity
Donors Choice
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It is with great sadness that the family of Dorothy Ann Hansen (Brooks) announce her passing at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital on Friday, July 2nd, 2021.

Born in Fredericton on September 13th, 1950, at St. Mary’s First Nation, she was a daughter of the late Mark Brooks and Mary Ernestine (Meuse) Brooks.

Dorothy was employed with the St. Mary’s Entertainment Center. She enjoyed travelling to Nashville, where she was able to attend the Grand Ole Opry, and never missed an episode of the series "Nashville", watching it several times (151). She loved playing Bingo, playing Yahtzee with her sister Alice "Shawnee", collecting angels and birds, and loved the color blue. Dorothy always used to prepare special meals for her beloved pet "Bear".

She is survived by her husband John; children Walter Brooks (Barb), Cindy Brooks (Sheldon), Gordon "Nut" Nash (Susan), Stephen "Stomper" Nash (Jennifer), several step-children; siblings Linda (Bart), Frank Brooks (Lorraine), Randy Brooks (Sheila), Alice Paul, Mark Brooks Jr., Sandra Adamen, Tom Brooks (Phyllis), William Brooks (Stella), Cecil Brooks (Laurie), Ida Henry (Daniel), Arnold Brooks, Richard Brooks (Jeanie), Dion Brooks (Heather), Dana Brooks (Willa), Toby Brooks (April), Billy Brooks (Jeannie); several grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; special god-daughter Stephanie Nash.

She was predeceased by sons Gordon Nash (Linda), Patrick "Trackie" Brooks (Barb) and a grandson Dakota Lee Nash. Pallbearers will be Stephen Nash, Gordon Nash, Catlin Nash, Brandon Nash, Montana Nash and Bronson Nash.

Dorothy will be resting at the Maqiyahtimok Center 240 Maliseet Drive St. Mary’s First Nation with visitation beginning Sunday at 2pm until Tuesday July 6th at 2PM, a funeral service will follow, with social distancing measures in place at the Maqiyahtimok Center at 2pm.

Bishop’s Funeral Home (458-1885) in charge of arrangements. Online condolences and the sharing of memories may be expressed through
Dorothy Ann Hansen