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© The Bakersfield Californian
4 January 2004
Submitted by: Sandi Carter


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Ron Lewis Hannah

January 28, 1949 ~ December 25, 2003

RON LEWIS HANNAH 1/28/1949 - 12/25/2003  was born in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, on January 28, 1949. He passed away on December 25, 2003, of a heart attack.

He served during the Vietnam War, and prior to moving to Bakersfield, he had lived in Tehachapi for several years.

Ron was preceded in death by his mother and father. He leaves behind his sisters, Lenoice Lee, Mellnee Morris, and Tommie Mauldin; brothers, Dean and Don Hannah, and many friends, including those he worked with at The Bakersfield Californian.

Ron touched many lives and will be greatly missed. At his family's request, he was cremated. 


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