Hannah Marie Bedford
1998 - 2020
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It is with great sorrow we announce the passing of our beloved Hannah. Hannah Marie Bedford passed away on June 22, 2020. Hannah was born on March 26, 1998, to parents Lori Holzer-Black and Patrick Bedford, in Sacramento, California.

Hannah was an amazing gymnast, a career spanning 10 years and countless accomplishments. She had a love for fashion and art, known for her unique style and hand drawn artwork. A youthful soul, she adored children, spending hours with her younger cousins. Hannah had a quick wit and addictive laugh, known for her consistent giggle fits and ability to find humor in everything. She saw the world as no one else, a life filled with color and beauty, and had a passion for inspirational quotes. From Peter Pan: ""Never say goodbye because goodbye means going away. And going away means forgetting"" Hannah is unforgettable, her family could never say goodbye.

She is predeceased by her grandfather, Jim Holzer, whom she adored. She is survived by her mother and step father Jim and Lori, father and step mother Patrick and Tania, grandmother Catherine and three siblings Zach, Brianna and Brady, plus countless family.

We ask that anyone who is able to attend her celebration of life please join us from 12-3pm on July 3rd at Christ Community Church, 5025 Manzanita Ave Carmichael CA, 95608. Where we can share stories and remember her beautiful soul.

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Published in Legacy on Jun. 30, 2020.
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July 4, 2020
Sweet Hannah! I will always remember that gymnastics trip to Fullerton when you and Kelsie rode the escalator over and over again in Target. You were both so fascinated with the two-story Target store. I also cant forget the two of you eating your cup of dirt for dessert and slurping down the gummy worms! You are now a forever Angel! Shine on sweet girl! ❤
Kathy Bennett
July 3, 2020
It is an honor to have met you, Hannah. We wish we could have had more time together. Since we have known your family, you have always brought smiles to their faces when theyd tell us stories about you, the amazing person you were and how proud you have always made them. May the Lord hold you in his arms.
Aceves Family
July 2, 2020
Tayler Reece
July 1, 2020
So many fun, happy memories of our gym days with Hannah and Julia. Hannah was such a loyal, kind and supportive teammate and friend inside the gym and out. We will never forget her and never stop loving her. May she be resting in peace with the angels. The Endicott family
Trisa Endicott
June 30, 2020
Prayers with your family. From what I've been told, you were a great sole. I love knowing that you and your family were a good part of my son's life. As you rest, your memories will too! Have fun dancing and doing your gymnastics cause you'll be a great teacher up there !! Love you and with all prayers. The Conleys ❤
Melissa Conley
June 30, 2020
Hannah Boo-
Where do we even begin....we sure do miss you. We miss everything about you. Our family will cherish for eternity the memories of you. Thank you for bringing us joy and for being such a great example of how to love. We will forever miss you coming over and drinking all our Vitamin D milk, and let's not forget the countless hours in my closet searching for clothes to take home with you. We love you!! ❤ Uncle Tim, Aunt Jaime, Cousin Georgia, Cousin Rowdy, and Cousin Carter
Tim and Jaime Holzer
June 30, 2020
RIP Sweet Hannah!!!
Roger Merritt
June 30, 2020
I hope in the months to come, you will find comfort from the love of your family and friends. You are in my prayers Jim and Lori.
Karen Edrington
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