Mr. Thomas William Hanley IV

December 19, 1959July 8, 2019

Thomas William Hanley IV was born on December 19, 1959 in Dallas, Texas to parents Thomas William Hanley III and Patsy Joan (Leffler) Hanley and entered into eternal rest on July 8, 2019 at the age of 59. Thomas attended UNT, UT Arlington and Bessie for Braniff Airlines. He worked on airplanes, the family horse ranch; breeding, training, and showing horses, and managed his father’s medical practice prior to becoming the Sr. Analyst at Emergicon, LLC. Thomas was a jack of all trades and a master of some. He married his wife, Marianne, on July 10, 1982. They had been friends since they were both 11. Thomas enjoyed raising horses, Tatiana and Diego were his Belgian Draft Horses. He worked on computers and did some welding. Thomas loved being with his family, which included his dog Raina. He was an amazing husband, father, son, brother and uncle. Thomas will be truly missed by those who knew and loved him. Thomas was preceded in death by his parents and nephew Dallas M. Hanley Jr. He is survived by his loving wife Marianne Hanley of Eustace, son Tommy Hanley of Eustace, father Bob Noble of Dallas, brother Dallas M. Hanley and wife Shara of Dallas, sisters; Robin Albritton and husband David of Dallas and Kathy Whitaker of Utah, niece Heather Hanley, numerous other nieces and nephews, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.


  • Thomas William Hanley III and Patsy Joan (Leffler) Hanley, Parents
  • Dallas M. Hanley Jr., Nephew
  • Marianne Hanley, Loving Wife
  • Tommy Hanley, Son
  • Bob Noble, Father
  • Dallas M. Hanley and wife Shara, Brother
  • Robin Albritton and husband David, Sister
  • Kathy Whitaker, Sister
  • Heather Hanley, Niece
  • Thomas also leaves behind other nieces and nephews, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.


  • Memorial Service Friday, July 12, 2019


Mr. Thomas William Hanley IV

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Debbi Oliger

July 13, 2019

I will always remember the fun and friendship we shared in high school. Some time during, I think, our junior year, Tom had been sick and had to have surgery. Shortly after he got home and was still recuperating , we decided to go see Young Frankenstein. He laughed so much that I was afraid he was going to pop his stitches. Luckily he didn't and it proved that laughter is the best medicine. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to Marianne and the rest of the family.