Due to Covid-19 restrictions and safety concerns, a private family funeral service will be held at 1:00pm on Saturday, April 25, 2020 in the chapel of Rocky Glen Cemetery, Adamsville with Rev. Larry Corner, Pastor of Fallowfield United Methodist Church, officiating.
Martha Kellogg Hanna, age 91, of Hartstown passed away Thursday morning, April 23, 2020.
She was born in Adamsville, PA on April 23, 1929 a daughter of Otto D. and Helen (Gelvin) Kellogg. She was a graduate of East Fallowfield High School. On August 29, 1953 Martha married George W. Hanna, he passed away January 17, 2016. She was employed as an phone operator at Bell Telephone and was a nurses aide at Wesbury United Methodist Retirement Community, Meadville. She was a member of Fallowfield United Methodist Church and Golden Rule Rebekah Lodge #198, Atlantic.
Martha is survived by a son, Gary Hanna and his wife Marsha of Greenville; a daughter, Jane K. McCurdy and her husband John of Greenville; a daughter-in-law, Regina Hanna of Hartstown; 11 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, a son Mark G. Hanna, and sister-in-law Irene Noel.
In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made to Fallowfield United Methodist Church, 3993 Leech Rd., Atlantic, PA 16111. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Randall Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 416 Liberty St., Jamestown.
Gary, Marsha, Regina, and Family We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Martha. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. With Deepest Sympathy, Bill and Dede Morian
To Martha’s family-Our sympathy and prayers to all of you. Your mother was a special friend, loved and respected by all. Her talent as a pianist & organist was shared with many, she was always willing to step up and do her part no matter the task. We will miss her always and have precious memories of her. Martha and George will always hold a special place in our hearts. May our loving God bring you comfort.
Sincerely, DeWayne and Mary
Dear Gary, Jane, Regina, Marsha and Families, You have our sincere sympathy. Martha’s life always exhibited the best in gentleness, humility, consideration of others, and a quiet, yet solid, and deep faith in the LORD. In the decades we’ve known her (probably since Jane’s high school days!) her Godly character was such a warm draw, and it was so endearing how she took a personal and sincere interest with whomever she was conversing. We’ve annually looked forward to, and enjoyed our one-to-one time spent with her ( and George, in years past) at the Pie Bakes when, because we requested, she’d catch us up on all of you. Her pleasure at sharing your most recent moves, life changes, and achievements were recounted with such tender love and motherly pride. What an example, a legacy, a gift she’s left for each of you.
May GOD bring you much comfort, and your memories bring you many blessings in the days to come.