|Kenneth Howard Hannan|
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|Birth: ||Nov. 4, 1961|
Los Angeles County
|Death: ||Feb. 11, 2012|
Funeral services for Kenneth Hannan, 50, of Carnegie, will be held 10:00 a.m., Saturday, February 18, 2012 at Faith Assembly of God Church in Carnegie.
He was born November 4, 1951 to Homer Everette Hannan and Judith NORDBY Johnson in Long Beach, California.
He was a painter of crew ships and also a good mechanic. Kenneth loved his children and grandchildren. He is greatly missed by his family and friends.
Arrangements are under the direction of Ray & Martha's Funeral home of Carnegie.
Obituary was in the Carnegie Herald-Carnegie, Caddo, Oklahoma on 2/15/2012.
In Loving Memory Kenneth Howard Hannan "Kenny"
Funeral services were held for Kenny at the Faith Assembly of God Church in Carnegie, on Saturday February 18, 2012. Kenny was born on November 4th, 1961 in Long Beach, California to Homer Everett Hannan and Judith Louise NORDBYE Hannan-Johnson. Kenny passed to be with the Lord on Saturday February 11, 2012.
Kenny is preceded in death by his grandmother Alice Olson and father Homer Hannan. He is survived by his mother Judy and her husband Geary Johnson of Carnegie. Sister Kim Newcomb of Beebe, Arkansas; Brother Anthony Hannan of Goodyear, Arizona, Brother Geary Dean Johnson and Sister Carl [Carla?] Sue Irvin of Carnegie, Children Justin, Christina, Jennifer and Tammy of Carnegie, his loving grandchildren, his numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews though out the U. S. and his extended family in England and Germany.
Kenny was a Union Painter, Skilled in High steel painting on bridges, cruise ships and water towers. He was listed as one of the top 5 painters on the West Coast in the mid eighties. Kenny could always be counted on to lend a helping hand or anything else when asked, without hesitation and never wanting anything in return.
Kenny was an avid hunter while growing up in Washington state and was skilled enough to hit an apple from 275 yds away. Kenny enjoyed working on cars/trucks and was an all around mechanic.
Kenny was a thrifty traveler and could make it from coast to coast on a limited budger. He suffered a debilitating work place fall from a water tower in the early nineties, which may have slowed him down, but never discouraged him from doing the things he loved.
The family would like to thank Faith Hospice for doing all they could to ease his pain and allow him peace in his final few days. The family would like to thank all our friends and well wishers for all their prayers and condolences. We would ask that any donations be made tot he "Faith Hospice Charity" in the name of Kenny Hannan at Faith Hospice Charity 7512 N. Broadway Ext., Suite 308, Oklahoma City, OK 73116.
From the Carnegie Herald-Carnegie, Caddo, Oklahoma on 2/22/2012.
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Record added: Jun 03, 2013
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