Family and Friends join us in the celebration of Brian Hanna's life, Saturday, September 25th at 1:00 pm. We will be at the Big Black River Train Trussel in Bovina, Ms. We ask that you bring a helium filled balloon and everyone over 21 to bring a Bud Ice beer, as we are going to do a balloon release and pour our beer out on the ground for Brian. Also, if you'd like, grab a cool fishing lure to tie to your balloon string, he's gonna need new lure for his fishing excursions in Heaven. Brian passed away Thursday, September 16th at 5:25 pm, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida. And, he would want everyone to know..NOT FROM COVID!!
Brian was born and raised in Vicksburg, Mississippi. He was the cherished son of Christine Corbino Hanna and the brother of Cori Michael Corbino. Also, preceded in death, his father, Terry Allen Hanna. He lived in Milton, Florida with his extended family Roy and Rhonda Brewer, and Cheyenne Emery-Hart. And, let us not forget..his pride and joy..The Twins, Kenner Emery-Hart and Kaislee Emery-Hart. Those girls adored their Uncle B. Kenner spent most of her time playing in his room, he was her security blanket.
Brian moved to Florida because he had plans of fishing everyday. Somehow life always happens and he only got to go a handful of times since he moved here. But, you can be guaranteed that he has found his spot in heaven, and his line is in the water. Hopefully, there's a cold beer up there too, if not..he's going to demand to come back. He also loved his dog, Diablo. He had quite a personality that made a lasting impression. If you met him, you never forgot him. He always told you the truth even if it wasnt exactly what you wanted to hear. Those that loved him, loved him dearly. He is going to be missed by many.
We ask that any donations be made to the Warren County Humane Society in Vicksburg, Ms, and Santa Rosa County Animal Shelter in Milton, Fl. Brian had a higher regard for animals than he did humans, straight from his mouth were the words..animals don't ask questions and they don't never judge, that was right up his alley.