OBITUARY

Hannah E. Queen

May 29, 1926November 13, 2020
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Hannah Edna (McGinnis) Queen died peacefully of natural causes at the Woodlands of Columbus, Columbus, Ohio on November 13, 2020 at 6:05 a.m. in the wonderful care of the Woodlands staff and Heartland Hospice. Hannah was born May 29, 1926 in Clarion, Ohio to parents Walter and Mertie (Thacker) McGinnis, (both deceased). She was born the 6th of 8 children, Beatrice McGinnis Jones, Earl McGinnis, Cletus McGinnis, Alma McGinnis, Woodrow McGinnis, Leoma McGinnis Ponn, and Berdene McGinnis Stacy. All preceded her in death except Berdene Stacy of Henderson, Nevada. Hannah married George Lee Queen on June 30th, 1946 in Wilkesville, Ohio. The reception was held at her longtime friend’s home, Alva and Evelyn DeVault in Wilkesville. She and George had 5 children, Margaret Queen Valentino, deceased, Earl Dean Queen (wife, Shirley), Drusilla Queen Stires (husband, Dan), Katie Queen Quincel, (husband Steve), and Janet Queen Walker, (husband Richard). She had 11 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 3 great great grandchildren and many loved nieces and nephews. She was extremely social and wanted to be a part of all their lives. Hannah retired from the United States Government as a bookkeeper/Accountant with her final assignment at Newark Air Force Base. After retirement she attended and served as an officer in NARFE, The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association. While retired she belonged to several senior citizens groups, The Whitehall Senior Citizens, The Westerville Senior Citizens, Marbar Heights Garden Club, Megs County Garden Club and different church senior groups. She traveled extensively for many years, enjoying fellowship with other seniors while touring the world. Hannah dedicated her life to Jesus Christ as a young mother at the Whitehall Church of Christ in Christian Union where she was a faithful member for many years. All her children were dedicated to God at an altar of prayer. She faithfully served God and her family all the days of her life. She served as church secretary, worked in VBS, church choir, and many other jobs wherever she was needed in the church. Hannah loved missions and went on numerous mission trips where she worked tirelessly. The last mission trip she took was to Brazil in 2006 and did cooking and laundry for the other mission team members. She became a member and attended of the Shepherd Church of the Nazarene towards the end of her life until she was no longer able. Hannah resided at the Woodlands of Columbus since 2010. She enjoyed the assisted living experience. In the end she lived in the Memory Care Unit where the wonderful staff and Heartland Hospice cared for her every need. She will be missed as a wonderful mother, grandmother, great and great great grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and a great Christian example. She now has God’s ultimate peace, care and the reunion of her dear husband, family members, and friends that she loved in this life.

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Gene Freeman

November 17, 2020

So sorry to hear about Hannah. I know she was a very Godly women and she is with God today in heaven. Hannah was so good to me and I think about her frequently. Keeping your family in my prayers.

Gene Freeman

Ginny Bennett

November 16, 2020

I SEND MY LOVE TO HANNAH AND HER GREAT FAMILY.
I ENJOYED HANNAH AS WE WERE GARDEN CLUB
MEMBERS AT MARABAR GARDEN CLUB IN REYNOLDSBURG,
MY PRAYERS ARE FOR GOD'S PEACE AT THIS TIME.
GINNY BENNETT

Phyllis Reed

November 16, 2020

My sympathy is extended to the family. My Mom and Hannah were best friends most of their lives. Even though they didn't live in the same area they made a point to keep in touch. I loved the annual graduating class picnics we had in Logan for many years. Hannah's and Mom's dedication to their friendship was great to see. Hannah leaves a lot of fond memories. May they comfort you the days ahead. Looking forward to seeing Mom and Hannah again some day.

Lori Funk

November 16, 2020

Lori Funk

November 16, 2020

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