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HANNA, David Brian

HANNA, David Brian

David Brian Hanna

Born 1938 March 25 Winnipeg Manitoba

Passed away July 31, 2020 Victoria General Hospital

It is with great sadness that David passed away, with his daughter by his side, he leaves behind his daughter Diane and his two grandsons Jayden and Jeffrey.

As well, his granddaughter Charlotte (Carol) He is predeceased by his wife Julia (Faryna) and his daughter Carol Hanna

He loved his grandchildren and was a positive role model and knew that he could best help them by demonstrating love and integrity in all his actions.

He was an informed and intelligent intellectual man, he could teach you about history, science and have deep philosophical debates. A man of may talents David could still recite Scottish poetry  he had learned as a child, or sing an olde Gaelic song, although admittedly he couldn’t hold a tune.

David was a kind and gentle soul, he leaves behind many who loved him.

26 Condolences - Leave a comment
  • Claude Levasseur and family -

    Diane my condolences to you and your family from myself and my family, I had the honour and privilege to meet your dad earlier this year and will always remember his anecdotes from the days in Winnipeg, his Scottish poetry how he loved family and being close to you.

    • Diane Hanna -

      Thank you Claude I’m su gjad you got to meet him. He was a wealth of knowledge and will be greatly missed.

  • Alison Faryna Nolan -

    Diane, my memories of your Dad all have him smiling. He Was loved and he will be tremendously missed. Please take comfort in knowing how much joy you gave him. Deepest condolences, Ali Faryna

  • Carol Skinner -

    Knowing your Dad through you and the many things you shared about him. Was a great role model to your sons and to you Diane. May his many memories stay close to your heart and bring comfort and healing to you and your family. Lots of hugs.

  • Jennifer Forgie -

    Dear Diane
    So so sorry for your loss. My sincere condolences to you and the rest of the family. He was such a wonderful man and will be great missed. Thinking of you all xoxo

  • Eric and Joan Snow -

    Dave’s quiet good humour, open-hearted attitude and considerable knowledge was well appreciated. We will miss him. Our sincere condolences to Diane, Dave Bedford, Charlotte, Jayden and Jeffrey.

    • Diane Hanna -

      Thank you Eric and Joan. Eric you were such a good friend to him. He thought highly of you and valued your friendship. He will be missed.

  • Fred Ellis -

    David was a man of many passions, for family, history and his many hobbies. A true lifelong learner. He will be missed, but remembered. My condolences to his family.

    • Diane Hanna -

      Thank you Fred. He sure did enjoy “ the 4 old mans nights “ and all the years being great neighbours. He enjoyed the intelligent conversations and fun. He will be missed by many.

  • Kelly Jackson -

    What a lovely tribute to your Dad and Granddad. Sending love and condolences, Diane and family.
    Kelly and Neil Jackson

  • Angela Raymond -

    So sorry for the loss of a great patriarch to you all. May memories of him and your times together hold you and comfort you.
    Angie Raymond

  • Kelly Koorn -

    David sounded like an amazing human, it is sad and the world would be a lesser place now that he is gone. Very sorry for your loss.

  • Myrtle Blinn -

    Diane, Jayden, Jeffrey and Charlotte
    I am so sorry to hear of your dad’s (granddad’s) death. David was a wonderful man and neighbour. My sincere condolences.
    Myrtle Blinn

    • Diane Hanna -

      Thank you Myrtle, my dad enjoyed his neighbours and it was a great community to grow up in. We always enjoyed your beautiful gardens. I’m

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