Dr Terry Glenn Hanna
March 9, 1952 - May 28, 2020
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Dr. Terry Glenn Hanna, age 68, of Springfield, Missouri, passed away on May 28, 2020. Terry was born on March 9, 1952, in Jackson, Tennessee, to parents Bernal Glenn Hanna and Jo Ann Friedrich. Terry married his college sweetheart and best friend, Theresa Lee Hanna, in 1971. Together they raised their three daughters; Debbie, Lisa…

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Calvin & Ruby Timberlake left a message on April 2, 2021:
To the Hanna Family, On the verge of a year of Terry’s promotion of your husband and Father, I extend my prayers of strength to keep standing. Mr. & Mrs. Hanna you were instrumental in me even starting to minister when I was stationed in Guam. I remember Terry giving me the opportunity because he felt the Lord had asked him to do so. You both were there to help welcome our first daughter into the world and Ruby and I will always be thankful. God used you to push me into using my gift and for that, I will never forget that influence you had in my life. Much Love, Calvin & Ruby Timberlake
Duane Middleton left a message on June 8, 2020:
Theresa, wow, how unexpected for us. For Terry and You pastoring here in Wickenburg Arizona for a season, I want you to know how much we have honored you each year in our Missions Convention as well as keeping a picture of the two of you up in our stairwell of the church, that we call our "Hall of Remembrance". We are praying for you and the girls.... Pastor Duane and Mount Hope Assembly
Keith & Joy Sorbo left a message on June 4, 2020:
We are so sad to hear of Terry's passing. Please accept our condolences. Terry was a good guy, not flashy or attention getting but steady and faithful. He was the kind of missionary that just gets the job done without a lot of fuss. Didn't seek a lot of attention from people. I know that he has laid up a great reward in heaven for his faithful service! You are all in our prayers.
Stan Smith left a message on June 4, 2020:
Terry and I met in 1960, He was 8 and I was 10 we became best friends. He played second base and I played short stop on the same Little League Baseball team. Our team was called the “Police” and we went to the games in a paddy wagon, with sirens blasting away. Everyone knew when we arrived. During a revival in Bro. Virgil Jones’ church in Sierra Vista, we were both baptized in the Holy Spirit the same night. Later in Tucson we would drive around town in an old VW Bug that we had to push to get it started every time we wanted to go somewhere. Quite interesting when we doubled dated. We spent a lot of time that summer in the swimming pool getting sun burned. I then moved to Phoenix and Terry to Cave Creek where he finished High School. During this time Terry felt the call to the ministry. My dad who was pastoring Calvary Tabernacle in South Phoenix ask Terry to preach one Sunday evening. While he was preaching the lights went out. This shy teenager who was a statue behind the pulpit got very brave in the dark, moving all around, raising his voice and waving his arms, we could tell by listening to his voice moving around but he kept his sense of direction and did not step off the platform. LOL In August 1970 we went to Southwestern in Texas. While in Bible School we each met the love of our lives. The following year we were part of each others wedding. In Phoenix we enjoyed Terry & Theresa’s friendship as our neighbors, went to Bible School and church together, and celebrated the birth of their first baby girl. Terry was a proud daddy, loving all his family deeply. After graduation from Western Bible our callings put many miles between us but Terry remained my best friend. We had so many good times together. Terry loved his girls very, very much. He was very proud of each of you. When we talked he always told me about his family. I will miss my friend very much, but we will meet again. ‘Til the Shout my Brother, Stan & Linda Smith Benton City, Washington
Jim and Rhonda Johnson left a message on June 2, 2020:
Our prayers are with you. So thankful for the memories we have. I remember the first time we all met in Arizona. All our love.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Mary Boyle left a message on June 2, 2020:
Hugs and love in memory of a kind, loyal, dedicated man. The world has lost a candle in the dark. I have the binder of genealogical research he did on my Dad, some of which I've shared with cousins who found me through 23andme. I'm forever grateful for Terry's effort to share his passion for research this way. Wishes for peace and warm memories for Theresa and family.
Paul and Shelley Singh left a message on June 2, 2020:
Our prayers, love and hearts go out to you and your family Theresa. Years ago when I first met Terry at an AZ sectional meeting, i was impacted by his heart for God and his heart for leadership development. Heaven only knows the legacy Terry, you and your family left in the generations of people you touched for Jesus. Praying for you Romans 15:13 and 2 Cor. 1:4-5. Blessings.
Sharla Cagle left a message on June 2, 2020:
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Keith Howard left a message on June 2, 2020:
Our prayers are with your family. It was our church's great privilege to support your missions ministry for many years. What an amazing family! All our love and support during this transition. We know you are experiencing a mixture of emotions, great joy combined with real, heartfelt loss. May God hold you continually. Pastor Keith Howard and the congregation of Buckeye First Assembly.
Rev. Snow & Ladelle Peabody left a message on June 1, 2020:
Our love and prayers are with you Theresa and your family. Terry was always a special blessing in our lives. He will be missed. We care!
Karla Weis left a message on June 1, 2020:
We were saddened to learn of the passing of Terry Hanna, but grateful for the life he led. Please know your friends at AGWM Member Care are holding you up in prayer as you walk through this valley.
Dennis Friedrich left a message on May 31, 2020:
Donna and my thoughts and prayers are with his family. Remember him well from our childhood days.
Jennifer Armstrong Shaver left a message on May 30, 2020:
We will so miss you Terry! Thank you for your tremendous kindness through the years. Give my Dad a big hug for me.❤️
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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