Jansen Hale Obituary, Death – After suffering from major medical concerns, Jansen Hale died quietly and serenely at Strong Memorial Hospital. Jansen was raised in Hilton, New York, despite the fact that he was born in Rochester, New York. He graduated from Hilton High School in 1987, where he participated in wrestling and football. After graduating from high school, Jansen entered the printing industry. He spent the last 22 years of his career at Cohber, where he met and developed friendships that would last the rest of his life.

Jansen will be remembered for his quick wit, love of family and friends, kindness, loyalty to everybody, and ability to brighten a room with his gorgeous and loving demeanor. Although he enjoyed other sports, his preference was hockey, specifically the Blackhawks, Sabers, and Amerks. He was also a huge supporter of the Chicago Cubs and Bears. Jansen’s only living relatives are his devoted wife Carin Chattin and the couple’s two dogs, Abby and Sophie. Jansen and Carin originally met in sixth grade, when they were both in the same class. But it wasn’t until 25 years after they completed high school that they met, fell in love, and married on September 22, 2012. Jansen and Carin liked a variety of activities, such as going to the movies, zoos, museums, sporting events, and anything Disney-related.

Jansen’s mother, Leanna Blodgett Hale; brother, Christopher (Diane) Hale; sister, Beth (Matthew) Lenhard; grandfather, Norm Rodas; nephew, Michael Hale; and sister, Beth (Matthew) Lenhard survive him. His great-aunt Helen Massar, uncles Larry Rodas, Dale Rodas, and Bob Lewis, aunt Laurie (George) Zavaglia, father and mother-in-law Fred and Carol Chattin, and a number of relatives survive him. Jansen’s heart belonged to Alexys and Elizabeth Mucha, Trinity and MacKenzie Gibbs, and MacKenzie and Trinity Gibbs. Jansen was warmly welcomed not only by the Chattins and Pennys, but also by his extended family and other close friends. They will all mourn his passing. Before Jansen was born, his grandfather Harry Hale, grandmother Lois Hale, great-grandmother Fannie Rodas, aunt Mary Lewis, and cousin David Lewis all died.