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Fred Marion Hann

Lancaster, California

Jan 29, 1938 – Jun 10, 2014


January 29, 1938
June 10, 2014
Lancaster, California


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Joshua Memorial Park & Mortuary Obituary

HANN, FRED M. Fred M. Hann, born January 29, 1938, died June 10, 2014 in Antelope Valley Hospital following a lengthy illness due to a massive stroke in December 2013. Fred was known throughout the community to co-workers and his many friends as a God-fearing man of integrity and genuine concern...

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If I had to sum up what Fred was all about it was following God and helping his fellow man. I will leave his relationship with God with the Lord. As for helping others he was a policeman, fireman, paramedic, council person - positions of helping others. He was constantly helping out at Faith Bible, friends and family and even helped build a homeless shelter. To me the meaning to life is following God and helping others and Fred inspired me to go in that direction.

My Dearest Cousin and Fred have always been close in heart although far in distance. Fred was always such a good sport about us 'Tanner Girls' teasing him and had a smile that was brighter than a sunset. We always looked forward to our family reunions and spending time with both of you. I am so sorry for your loss, it will be a loss felt by all who knew and loved our dear Fred. Love Always,

Dear Betty, I am so sorry to hear about Fred. I have thought about you two often and wondered if you where still in Lancaster. I'm amazed at all the wonderful things Fred was involved in. I pray God gives you comfort in this time.

We always looked to you and Fred as role models for good citizenship. Our best to you.

Remembering the packed birthday celebration we attended so know that he will be missed. Such a nice guy. Our deepest sympathy to Betty and his family.

Our family knew the Hann's from when Fred was still in the Fire Dept. (my father was Pat Morgan) in Lancaster, CA. Fred was looked up to in the community. We will be praying for this tremendous loss to his family. God bless you all.

Our deepest sympathy to family and friends of "Uncle Fred." We love you and will miss you forever, Uncle Fred.
Love, Sister-in-law Nelsena Sere Hann and nieces Audrey Lois Hann and Treva Mae Hann-Hollis

My heart is broken about Uncle Fred's passing. While I realize that he is with our Lord and Savior now, it still leaves a deep hole in the many hearts of all of us who deeply loved and admired him. My deepest sympathy is with the family of Uncle Fred. For those of you reading this who don't know me, I am one of his many nieces, the daughter of his only brother, my late father Charles Edwin Hann. I thank God every day that my parents made it a regular ritual in our childhood (my four siblings...

How dear was our baby brother

Mansy was what your were called.

We loved to show you off to our friends

You were our baby doll.

We have many memories of the years of your youth

You kept involved and had busy days

You had projects and interests in many things

You are talented in so many ways.

You were always eager to earn some bucks

Such as paper routes and...