John "Jack" Hannan

September 11, 1924 - September 26, 2020
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John "Jack" Hannan

Jack Hannan passed away peacefully, at home, on September 26, 2020 at the age of 96. He is survived by his loving son Tom and his sister-in-law Judy. He is predeceased by his beloved wife Anna Mae “Mike” (1990), son Terry (2014) and son Tim (2020). He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed. Jack was a devoted and caring husband and father. He absolutely adored his wife and loved being with his three boys.

Jack was an avid golfer, and he just loved the game. He played for years with his buddies Al Taylor, Ron Meloche and Brian Bechand. Once a year, the gang would travel to Myrtle Beach for a couple of weeks and have a great time. The golf was outstanding, but the “cigars and cold ones” after golf, were even better. Jack spent many summers coaching baseball in South Windsor with his pals Dick Williams and Al Taylor. He loved it, and the kids loved him. The guys would once a year take in a Detroit Tiger’s game. The highlight of the trip was a “mandatory stop” at Nemo’s for a burger and a beer. Jack was loved, appreciated and respected by everyone who knew him or met him.

A special thank you on behalf of Jack and the family to the EMS and ambulance personnel, the Fire Department and Windsor Police. All class, caring and very supportive. Thank you all at Families First, Bill R and John V and especially the “Transfer team” Marc and Todd for your outstanding professionalism and support. Thank you to Rena Ciarrocchi, Nancy and Mike for being great neighbours and a good friend to Jack. Thank you Harry “The Deacon” Crawford for spending time with Jack for many years.

Special thanks to Bobby at Arcata, who loved “Mr. Hannan”, Shayna and the gang at Cramdon’s, the ladies at the Esso Station, Fr. Roche and limo Jack Jobin for “always being there”. Your caring and friendship meant a lot to Jack. Thank you Dr. Legion Moon for your support and love of “The Inspector”. Jack was also known to occasionally make the odd trip to Grand Bend.

Jack was a devout Catholic, and would appreciate donations to the Corpus Christi Church Fund. A Memorial Mass and Celebration of Jack’s Life will be held at a later date. At Jack’s request, a private family service has taken place.
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Donations are being accepted for: Corpus Christi Building Fund.


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Mary Patterson

Posted at 10:50am
The Denomme family were neighbours that lived on Dominion. Aunt Mike used to climb the fence to visit with us, my Mom would walk around the block of course 😃 I adored Aunt Mike, she was always so full of fun. I will always remember she told me to make my children behave so people didn’t shut their curtains so you would go away. 😃 Uncle Jack was a special man so dedicated to his family, friends and God. We would always see him in his special pew in the back left side of Corpus Christie Church. My Dad enjoyed many a golf game with Uncle Jack and the group and I’ve seen the videos to prove it. He left the camera running in the back of the van one time after golf while they were in the parking lot at Rochester and all you could hear was hearty laughter. Uncle Jack knew how to have a good time. He said to Mom and I if you ever want to find me on a Tuesday at lunch, I’ll be at Cramdons’s. One day I stopped by collecting donations for a charity and he didn’t hesitate to give very generously. Uncle Jack you were loved by all who had the honour of knowing you. Rest In Peace and hug Aunt Mike, Terry and Tim for us. Thinking of you Tom with love and prayers. BETTY and her girls, Cathy, (Just)) Mary and Anne

Suzanne Carrillo

Posted at 10:19am
Uncle Jack and Aunt Mike were the best and will always hold a special place in my heart. Kind, generous and happy, they showed us all the way to live life! I loved them dearly. Tonio and I have such fond memories and send our deepest sympathy.
Sue Campeau Carrillo

Posted at 07:29pm
Tom,Our sincere condolences on OUR loss of a "Great Man" your Dad and a TRUE friend to all that knew him.We shared many GOOD times together.Heaven has acquired his expertise as TREASURER for all his Golf buds who arrived before him.Jack Hannan was a "JOY to KNOW"...R.I.P my friend...Ron & Pat Meloche...a few pictures attached from the good days

William C Smith

Posted at 05:42pm

So sorry to hear about "Pops!" A difficult year for you with Tim's passing also.
Please accept my sincere condolences and know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Jack was a great family man, friend to many, had a smile for all and will be missed.
Keep the memories with you always.
Bill Smith

Marnie Taylor

Posted at 12:34pm
So sorry to hear of Jack's passing. As a kid I remember spending many afternoons next door at my grandpa's house, Al Taylor where the golf gang would usually stop before heading home. I got to hear many stories usually about golf which I really enjoyed. Some of my favourite memories are on my grandpa's porch with Jack. My deepest condolences to family and friends. Thinking of you all. ❤
Marnie Taylor

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