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To the family of

Gordon D. Hanna

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
Button and Phil Beck Gordon will be forever in our hearts, memory and pryaers.
Paul Spinelli May God be with you and your family. Had Mr. Hanna as a shop teacher in George Fox. He was the one who inspired me to get into wood carving. Loved his work and his compassion for his work. R.I.P. Sir. You will be missed by many.
Bobby Sharp Great teacher. Rest in Peace sir. Bobby Sharp Northeast Class of 1985.
Kevin & Stacey Davis Sending prayers of peace and healing to Mr. Hanna's family. He touched so many lives in and had such a positive impact on the community. He was truly a teacher and guide and will be greatly missed.
Dan Cohen I was deeply saddened by the news of Gordon’s passing. Gordon will be missed. I always looked forward to Monday morning wood carving class at Pasadena Senior Center. I joined his wood carving class as a novice ten years ago, and he patiently worked with me to understand the basics of the craft. He was an excellent teacher and inspired me to advance and try new skills. As my skills grew, I appreciated his help and generosity in designing and implementing more complex carvings. I send my condolences to Peggy and the rest of the Hanna family. Dan Cohen
Judy & Mark Andersen Uncle Gordon, you will be greatly missed. I will forever hear your laugh and it will bring me joy. Your niece, Judy Hanna Andersen
Melissa Lehman I didn't know Mr. Hanna very well but from reading the other posts I know he was a beloved teacher. Mr. Hanna & his wife Peggy are neighbors of my maternal aunt, uncle, & cousin for many years. Also, Mr. Hanna had my late father, David Paul Lehman as a student. He told me that my father wasn't a very good student which is ironic since he became an art teacher. Mr. Hanna will be missed & my family & I will be praying for his family.
Phyllis Dittrich Please accept my condolences upon the loss of your loved one .The community has lost a good man. Phyllis Dittrich (former Spanish student)

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