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Dave Hanner

Born: 1930-05-20 - Died: 2008-09-11
Cause of Death:
Heart Attack


Death Summary: Dave Hanner suffered a massive heart attack in Land O’ Lakes, Florida. He had been ill for some 18 months prior to his heart attack.

Who was Dave Hanner : Hanner was a football player who played thirteen seasons for the Green Bay Packers. With the Packers he won two NFL Championships and two Super Bowls. He was also selected for two Pro Bowls.

After his playing days were over, Hanner spent sixteen seasons as an assistant coach for the Packers. After coaching he became a scout for the organization.
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3 Signatures in Dave Hanner's guestbook

  1. TERRY JACKSON Says:

    YOU WILL SURELY BE MISSED; REST IN PEACE FRIEND

  2. Cassie Leon (granddaughter-lollipop) Says:

    I love you pappaw, i miss you so much. I think about you daily. I jus wish i could hear your voice one more time. I want you to know how much i really miss you. i love you pappaw, your in a better place now. Love always your lollipop.

  3. Larry Goddard Says:

    Dave rented a house in the early 60s in howard located on maplewood ave, I was a young boy who he hired to cut his grass. My sister would babysit his children during game day. Twice he got me in as water boy memories that still live on today. I have been away from this area for some time and just entered Dave’s name in my computer giving me this update on him. Satan has taken many of my friends as well as my son of 18, 18years ago, I’m glad that there is going to be a reserection and I will see them both again.


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