Margaret Hanna

January 7, 1948October 29, 2020

Estes Park resident, Maggie Hanna died at her son’s home in Arvada, CO Thursday October 29, 2020. She was 72 years old. Margaret Mellor was born January 7, 1948 in Little Rock, AR. Her parents were Jesse and Julia (Irby) Mellor. Maggie received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri and a Master’s degree from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. On June 6, 1970 she married Thomas Hanna in Webster Groves, MO. With Tom serving in the United States Air Force, the couple lived in several states and foreign countries. Maggie taught school in Missouri and Texas. She attended Churches in the various cities in which the family lived, including the Evangelical Free Church in Columbia, MO, San Antonio and Estes Park. In her spare time, Maggie was a seamstress and enjoyed downhill skiing, playing soccer and baking. She is survived by her husband Tom of Estes Park, son Braden Hanna, his wife Kelly and their children Caelis and Maira of Arvada, CO, daughter Erin and her children Uriah and Ariel of Portland. OR, daughter Megan Jennings, her husband Zach and their children Harper, Kaya and Beckett of Austin, TX. She is also survived by 2 brothers, Guy Mellor and his wife Linda, and Jim Mellor and his wife Ruth. Services will be held at Fort Sam National Cemetery in San Antonio. In care of Allnutt Funeral Service 1302 Graves Avenue Estes Park, CO 80517.



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Marilyn and Doug Scroggs

November 6, 2020

Tom, we mourn with you and the Hanna family.

We feel so fortunate to have met you and Maggie shortly after your retirement to Estes Park.

Maggie and you gave us a lot more to look forward to when we spent our summers in Estes. We very much appreciated yours and Maggie's hospitality, and especially Maggie's humor and quick wit.

Thank you for your loving support of Maggie during her long illness.

Marilyn and Doug Scroggs

Dale Carr

November 5, 2020

Tom we are so sorry to read of your loss. May Maggie rest in peace.

Dale and Carol Carr

Cindy and Steve Boone

November 3, 2020

How lucky we were that you moved to Estes Park. Maggie's vibrant, intelligent and laughing personality will never be forgotten. Our prayers are with everyone who Maggie.

Mary Johnson

November 2, 2020

When Tom and Maggie moved to our neighborhood, we all new how lucky we were. Maggie always greeted us with a smile and was so welcoming. She and Tom were always so welcoming to my kids, grandkids and dogs. I will never forget all the kind things she did for us up here in Estes. And Tom we're here for you.


November 2, 2020

I am so happy that I had the opportunity and privilege to meet Maggie. Her presence brightened the room and put people at ease. She always made me feel welcomed and comfortable. I always knew she was the intellectual in the room because she made those around her feel like they were. Terrific woman that will be missed by those that knew her.

JD & Doris Small

November 2, 2020

Doris and I will miss Maggie. We remember the great times we had at Kirkland AFB with you guys, Ned Lammers, Al and Pat Nelson and others. And they way you guys opened your hearts and home to us, Ned & Gersey, Al and Pat in San Antonio. Memories we will never forget.
I know one day we will all share an eternity of great times with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God bless you all.

Jo Herbold

November 2, 2020

So sorry Tom, We will miss Maggie and her fun spirit and laughter. She had a beautiful soul. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Your wonderful memories will keep her in your heart forever. jo

Heidi Wake

November 2, 2020

From sandy brownies on the beach in Corpus in the 70’s, to yummy spreads on your deck in Estes. The Lammers/Hanna clans always shared fun times with great memories. Maggie was the cook in the center of the fun! I know my Dad is up there waiting with a few KU/MIZZOU jokes ready! Enough memories and love to last for generations. ❤️❤️

Karen Lund-Brust

November 1, 2020

Dear Tom and family,
Oh my. So so many beautiful memories of our years we had together in Germany. Maggie Hanna, one of the most gracious, caring, fun, talented and beautiful human beings I have ever known. Rest In Peace Dear Maggie, and may your light shine brightly in all that ever had the privilege of calling you friend or family.
With our love , Karen Lund-Brust and family

Aubrey Milosevic

November 1, 2020

Maggie you were a bright, beautiful light and Youssef and I feel blessed that we got to know you and spend time with you and Tom. I truly believe you were one of the kindest souls I've ever met. You will be missed terribly. Prayers and love to all of your family and friends.
Aubrey and Youssef


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