In memory of
David George Hanna
In memory of
David George Hanna
David George Hanna Port Townsend, WA & Glorieta, NM - David George Hanna, 74, native of Rochester, died peacefully at home Saturday, August 15, 2020 after a period of declining health. He was the son of the late Helen Grace Tuley and David Leroy Hanna and was one of five generations of family to live on Cypress Street in Rochester. David graduated Monroe High School, 1963, and earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Syracuse University, 1967, and a Master's of Public Administration, University of New Mexico, 1992. David had a full career in State government and with private-sector planning firms in New Mexico, living and raising his family in Glorieta, NM. David is survived by sons David Seth (Michele) of Centennial, CO and Ian Joseph (Cynthia) of Glorieta, NM, as well as four grandchildren he adored: Benjamin, Chloe, Brittany and Danielle. David is also survived by his siblings and their families: Bonnie (Gary) Kavanagh of Purcellville, VA, Tom (Carolyn) Hanna of Pittsford, and Bob (Nancy) Hanna of Penfield, and by several cousins from the Alpha, Dutcher, Suppe', and Hanna families. In Scouting David was in the Order of the Arrow and was a Scout Master and Explorer Post Leader. His professional accomplishments in community development included a draft land use plan with Navajo and Hopi Native American tribes and work with New Mexico Pueblo tribes to secure better local services. A lifelong traveler, David visited every corner of the U.S. and North America and enjoyed trips to many countries around the world where he hiked, paddled, snorkeled, bicycled, camped, caved, and ate. He lived most of the years since his retirement in the Pacific Northwest where he made many friends and enjoyed botanical gardens. David was a lifelong and prolific photographer always ready to share a slideshow. He brought Southwest culture to life for his Northeast family while his appreciation of the history and beauty of Rochester and New York State never ended. Gifts in memory of David G. Hanna may be made to Lamberton Conservatory, Highland Park Conservancy, using this link: https://www.highlandparkconservancy.org/donate or by mailing a check to 180 Reservoir Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620.
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In memory of
David George Hanna
David George Hanna Port Townsend, WA & Glorieta, NM - David George Hanna, 74, native of Rochester, died peacefully at home Saturday, August 15, 2020 after a period of declining health. He was the son of the late Helen Grace Tuley and David Leroy Hanna and was one of five generations of family to live on Cypress Street in Rochester. David graduated Monroe High School, 1963, and earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Syracuse University, 1967, and a Master's of Public Administration, University of New Mexico, 1992. David had a full career in State government and with private-sector planning firms in New Mexico, living and raising his family in Glorieta, NM. David is survived by sons David Seth (Michele) of Centennial, CO and Ian Joseph (Cynthia) of Glorieta, NM, as well as four grandchildren he adored: Benjamin, Chloe, Brittany and Danielle. David is also survived by his siblings and their families: Bonnie (Gary) Kavanagh of Purcellville, VA, Tom (Carolyn) Hanna of Pittsford, and Bob (Nancy) Hanna of Penfield, and by several cousins from the Alpha, Dutcher, Suppe', and Hanna families. In Scouting David was in the Order of the Arrow and was a Scout Master and Explorer Post Leader. His professional accomplishments in community development included a draft land use plan with Navajo and Hopi Native American tribes and work with New Mexico Pueblo tribes to secure better local services. A lifelong traveler, David visited every corner of the U.S. and North America and enjoyed trips to many countries around the world where he hiked, paddled, snorkeled, bicycled, camped, caved, and ate. He lived most of the years since his retirement in the Pacific Northwest where he made many friends and enjoyed botanical gardens. David was a lifelong and prolific photographer always ready to share a slideshow. He brought Southwest culture to life for his Northeast family while his appreciation of the history and beauty of Rochester and New York State never ended. Gifts in memory of David G. Hanna may be made to Lamberton Conservatory, Highland Park Conservancy, using this link: https://www.highlandparkconservancy.org/donate or by mailing a check to 180 Reservoir Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620.
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