Ivan B Hannah age 87 of South Coffeyville, OK passed away on May 14, 2018 at his home.
Ivan was born on May 26, 1930 in Coffeyville to John and Cumi (Span) Hannah. He attended school in the Coffeyville and Caney area. After school Ivan met Frances Keeling and the couple was united in marriage in 1949 in Vinita, OK. They were blessed with three sons. Ivan was a passionate trader, he loved going to flea markets searching through all the treasures. Ivan loved spending time with his grandchildren, watching sports, mainly baseball, writing poetry, and creating yard art out of any piece of scrap metal lying around.
Ivan’s memories will live on with his children, Tim B Hannah, Roy David Hannah his wife Linda, and Ivan Eugene Hannah his wife Carol, grandchildren, Doug Hannah his wife Tina, Steve Hannah his wife Melissa, Stacie Fine, and Isabella Hannah, great-grandchildren, Tyler Hannah, Kylie Davis, Zoe Hannah, and Terry Fine.
He now rests with his parents and his wife of 67 years Frances.
Graveside services will be held on Friday, May 18, 2018 at Fairview Cemetery at 10:00am. The family suggests memorials may be made payable to the Salvation Army and they may be sent in care of Ford-Wulf-Bruns Chapel 2405 Woodland Ave Coffeyville, KS 67337. To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit www.fordwulfbrunschapel.com
May you soar with the angels hand in hand with Frances
Richard and Sheryl HayesGilchrist, TX
R. I. P. UNCLE IVAN U WERE
A GOOD MAN U WILL BE MISSED N LOVED ALWAYS
Christy GreerMiami, AZ
Uncle Ivan's shop in Coffeyville was across from the Brown Mansion. Growing up, a friend of mine lived close, she and I used to pick flowers (weeds ) and he would trade us for a cold pop. I'm glad he's among those simple but great childhood memories!
Cindy (Lipe) LowryOwasso, OK
We love and miss you Uncle Ivan.
Daniel HannahMontevallo, AL
So sorry for your loss. My heart is breaking. I sure loved that man. I am going to miss all the stories Uncle Ivan told.
Laura Castro CampbellCoffeyville, KS
So many memories of fun times. With deepest sympathy to the family. Loved all of his stories.
Bette SimpsonCoffeyville, KS
Love and miss you Dad.
David HannahCorvallis, OR