Berry Highland West

9913 Sherrill Blvd, Knoxville, TN


Lou Ann Hanvey

August 26, 1955May 3, 2019

Lou Ann Hanvey age 63 of Knoxville, TN passed away with her family and best friend, Eve Adams, by her side. She was the owner and operator of Innovated Project Solutions. Lou Ann was a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Knoxville. She enjoyed spending time at the beach in her vacation home in Florida. Lou Ann had a great sense of humor. She loved her family and life itself. She was preceded in death by her parents, Donald and Marilyn Lyons. Lou Ann is survived by her husband of 43 years, Curtis L. Hanvey Sr.; son, Patrick Bryce Hanvey; daughters, Shannon Hanvey and Kelli Coker (David); grandson, Anthony "A.J." Berrio; sisters, Donna Kennedy and Andrea Hyatt (Joe);stepchildren, Curtis Hanvey Jr., Jody Hanvey (Manly), Denah Moon (Dale) as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Lou Ann's family will receive friends on Sunday, May 5, 2019 at Berry Highland West from 10:00am - 12:00pm with her funeral service immediately following at 12:00pm with Chaplain Heather Shirey officiating. Lou Ann's graveside service and interment will follow the funeral in the cemetery of Berry Highland West. Condolences may be left for the family at www.berryhighlandwest.com


  • Visitation Sunday, May 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, May 5, 2019
  • Graveside Service and Interment Sunday, May 5, 2019


Lou Ann Hanvey

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Victoria Lawson

May 6, 2019

Dear Kelly - I just heard the news about your mom. I am very sorry and heart broken for you and your family. Lou Ann was my hero and mentor. I will always cherish my memories of her and be thankful for her wisdom and help with my career and life choices. I loved her like a sister. She was the best of the best. She is with the angels now and no longer in pain. God bless all of you. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

Vickie Lawson

Charles Powell

May 5, 2019

I would like to leave my condolences with the family and there in my prayers if there’s anything I do please let me know .

Audrey Clark

May 4, 2019

I remember when Lou made the decision to start her company fourteen years ago. I was her first employee. Through those fourteen years her compassion, guidance (both professional and personal), and love were given freely. It was the best fifteen years of my life. To work with Lou was both an honor and a priliege.

RIP dear friend. God has you now in his arms. See you again soon.

LOL Audrey

Dee Gilmartin

May 4, 2019

Lou Ann, we met about 20 years ago at Savannah River Site in Aiken SC, we worked together, laughed and ate together. You were such a joy to be around. I’m so happy that our paths has crossed. I know that you endured pain and suffering with the cancer you had. You are now in the presence of God and will suffer no more. RIP and we will meet again.

My thoughts and prayers are with Lou Ann’s families. Hold on to the good memories that you shared together they will last forever.

Your friend forever!

Dee Gilmartin 🙏🏻♥️❤️💕🙏🏻

Helen Lyons Bertsch

May 4, 2019

Such a sweet and caring lady. Curtis and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you. Love and hugs your way.

Kayla Robinson Culbertson

May 3, 2019

Jody, Curtis, Denah & Family,
I was sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom, Wife, loved one. Praying that you find comfort in memories and joy that you shared. Praying that God will give you peace in this difficult time.
In Sympathy,
Kayla Robinson Culbertson
LDHS Class of ‘82

Tammy Walker

May 3, 2019

Curtis & Family I’m so sorry to hear the passing of Lou Ann!! I pray God will give you Comfort, Peace & his love in the days ahead!!

Beverly Lyons

May 3, 2019

Beautiful , loving soul!!! Great memories of having fun as cousins!! She will be greatly missed! Heaven gained an Angel!!!

Donna Johnson

May 3, 2019

I was Lou Ann’s hairstylist of 23 years. You really get to know someone after connecting with them that many years. Lou Ann was a wonderful person . We developed a friendship and she was like family to me. She lived for her family and her Lord and Savior. I will truly miss her beautiful smiling face . RIP LOU ANN!