William "Bill"-Hannah-Obituary

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William "Bill" Milton Hannah

New River Valley, Virginia

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Bill had many, many friends and always had time for a smile and a joke. He will be missed.

I have good memories of Bill. As a little girl, I played croquet in his back yard. As a teenager, Bill and I always danced the night away at the sock hops. I only saw him once as an adult - at our high school reunion. I am so glad we had a chance to catch up and reminence. Peace be with you, Bill.

My dear friend. We spent some great times together and made some everlasting memories. Bill will always be remembered as a wonderful man with a very big and giving heart. He will be so sadly missed
Rest in peace my friend

Very sad to hear of Bill's passing. Hope he did not suffer at the end. Bill could be a lot of fun. I have known him for many,many years. Rest in Peace Bill!

In loving memory of a great friend...I will always remember our first day at White Motors, now Volvo, and the beach trips where you enjoyed playing with our sons. RIP, my friend.

Bill was a constant in our lives for many years. We loved him always - on his good days and bad days and accepted him for the person he was. He was there for us and we were there for him. We will always miss him and hope he is finally at peace.

Hello Cousin Bill! I was so very saddended to hear that you had passed away. The last time I saw you was on a visit to Radford to visit Mom and Dad.
Since then they have both died, as well as my brother John. I know when you are in your final resting place you with your mom and dad, Ted and JB, they will probably be visiting with Dottie and Harold. A little golf for the guys and some bridge afterwards. Tell them all I sent my love. And surely you will be with our grandparents, Willie...

I HAVE KNOWN BILL FOR A LONG TIME AND AM SORRY HE IS NO LONGER IN THIS WORLD BUT AM GLAD HE DIDN'T SUFFER ANY MORE. HE WAS A VERY COMPLEX PERSON; IN A GOOD WAY!

Sad to hear about Bill. We went to basic training together at Fort Knox in 1969 and served together in Army Reserve from 1968-1974.

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William "Bill"'s Obituaries

William Milton (Bill) Hannah, 67, of Radford, passed away Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.Bill was born June 26, 1945, to the late Ted and Genevieve "JB" Martin Hannah of Radford. He was a graduate of Radford High School and Virginia Tech. He was an avid...

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