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Myrna Hanna

MYRNA HANNA, 84, of Davis passed away November 14, 2008. She had been an area resident for 50 years.

Myrna was born February 13, 1924 in Walnut, Iowa to Bertha and Frederick Dreyer. She loved reading, gardening, cooking, and sharing with friends and family. Myrna also enjoyed exercising at Pulmonary Rehab Center at Davis Hospital for eight years. She played Bridge and was part of the same monthly Ladies Bridge group for over 40 years.

Myrna was preceded in death by her friend and husband of 53 years, George Hanna and beloved daughter, Kelly.

Myrna is survived by her son, Barry; daughters: Paula (Jerry), Tracey (Steve); son-in-law Robert; grandsons: Dustin and Ryan; granddaughters: Brooke and Morgan and a great-grandson, John.

The date and time will be announced to family and friends in the Spring of 2009 for a celebration of Myrnas life, the beautiful lady she was and the many lives she touched, at the Meditation Garden of Sutter Davis Hospital.

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We are missing a very special aunt, I was thinking of our upcoming get together this summer near Ardelle's birthday July 9th. Auntie Myrna Mae was the big reason for the gathering I'm sure Ardelle thought all the fuss was for her and that's ok too she is worth the fuss too! Hoping we can keep the gathering going, we all did enjoy the time spent visiting eating & gambling. We will always love & miss our Aunt Myrna. Our Love to you, Janet Eslick & Family

Janet Eslick Jan 14 2009 12:00 AM

Myrna was my neighbor on Lessley Place for many years. I enjoyed her kindness and her sense of humor. I have fond memories of those days, and I send my sympahy to her family.

Rose Sheehan Jan 14 2009 12:00 AM

I will always have many fond memories of Myrna. She has been a good friend for many years. Our bridge group will never be the same without her sweet smiling face. My deepest sympathy to her family.

Doris Dachtler Jan 13 2009 12:00 AM

My dear friend and aunt is missed so much, as I know she is by all of you. When someone we love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

Addean Middleton Jan 10 2009 12:00 AM