ALVIE H. HANNA born September 11, 1881, aged 44 years, a well known residence of South Bend, died suddenly at his home on September 21, 1925. He was united in marriage to Miss Edna Black. The couple had three children; Leland George, Margaret and James Arthur.
Besides his widow and children, he leaves two brothers, Harvey Herbert Hanna of South Bend, and Oscar O. Hanna of Brackenridge, and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Hugo of Baltimore, and Mrs. Laura King of Apollo.
He was a devout Christian and united with St. Jacob's Reformed church at the age of 15. He was serving as an elder of the congregation at the time of his death. Hr. Hanna was highly esteemed by all who knew him, and his death will be a distinct shock to the community in which he spent his entire life.
Funeral services were held in St. Jacob's Reformed church Wednesday afternoon by his pastor, Rev. C. L. Bash, assisted by Rev. Oscar Woods of the Lutheran church, and burial was made in the South Bend Cemetery.
Related Item: Mrs. Edna Hanna, widow of Alvie Hanna since 1925, celebrated her 84th birthday on Friday, August 27, 1965, at the Miller Convalescent Home, 1300 Wood Street, Pittusburgh, wishes to thank her many friends and neighbors who remembered her with a card shower, gifts and greetings.
LELAND (LEE) G. HANNA
Leland (Lee) G. Hanna, 66 of Star Route, Spring Church (South Bend), died at Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg, on Saturday, June 7, 1969, at 10 .p.m. He was born April 7, 1902, in South Bend, the son of Alvie and Edna Black Hanna.
Mr. Hanna was a member of the St. Jacob's UCC in South Bend, and was manager of the Pittsburgh Division of the Peoples Natural Gas Co., where he was employed for 45 years. H had lived in the Pittsburgh area for 20 years prior to his retirement.
Friends are being received at the Bodenhorn and Shaffer Funeral Home, 310 S. Second St., Apollo. A funeral service will be held at the St. Jacob's church, South Bend, with the Rev. John Kautz officiating. Interment will be made in the South Bend Cemetery.
J. ARTHUR HANNA
J. Arthur Hanna, of South Bend, died in Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg, August 3, 1960 ath 3:25 a.m., at the age of 46. He was born November 8, 1913 in South Bend, Pa, son of Alvie and Edna Black Hanna, and had been a rural mail carrier in that area for a number of years.
Survivubg him are his wife Louella Hanna; one son, Harry G. Hanna at home; his mother, Edna Hanna of Wilkinsburg; one brother Leland Hanna of Wilkinsburg; one sister, Mrs. Phil (Margaret) Reefer of Murrysville.
Friends will be received at King Brothers Funeral Home, 310 S. Second Street, Apollo. The funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the St. Jacob's United Church of Christ, South Bend. The Rev. Alvin Master will officiate, and interment will follow in the South Bend Cemetery.
LOUELLA THOMAS HANNA
Louella Thomas Hanna, 73, Spring Church, died Monday, March 23, 1987, in Citizens General Hospital, New Kensington. A daughter of William R. and Blanche Wissinger Thomas, she was born Dec. 26, 1914, in Armstrong Township.
Mrs. Hanna was a former mail carrier and postmaster at Spring Church for a number of years. She was preceded in death by her husband, James Arthur Hanna; a daughter Phyllis Marie; her parents; one brother and two sisters.
Surviving are a son, Harry G. Hanna, Kittanning; Two grandsons; four sisters: Mrs. John C. (Martha) Mills, Mrs. Glenn V. (Elinor) Rupert; Mrs. LeRoy (Frances) Campbell, Mrs. Kenneth E. (Ida Mae) Lawton; three brothers: Jesse M., and Paul M. Thomas.
Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. on thrusday in the Curran Funeral Home, Apollo, where services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday. Interment will be in the South Bend Cemetery.