In Memory

Hannah Jane Page (Moore)

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01/03/10 05:46 PM #1    

Guadalupe Ayala (Jecker)

In remembering Hannah, I also remmeber her mom. She took care of me @ the Danforth ER one night. I remember how kind and nice this lady was. She told me about Hannah going to the same school that I was in (Blocker JR High). I told her I knew Hannah and we were in some classes togather. Of course U know what happens once U get to High School. I still talked to Hannah but as life has it I never saw her again after graduation. They were a very important milestone in my life. Both of them and I thank God for giving me the privilage of knowing them both.

04/17/10 06:04 PM #2    

Leah Rene Chauvin

The Lewiston Tribune
Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Hannah Jane Packard, 54, of Moscow died Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2004, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston of heart-related conditions.

Hannah was born July 18, 1949, in Washington, D.C., to Hannah Sebastian and Fred L. Page. The family moved to Texas City, Texas, when she was a small child and Hannah grew up and attended school there.

Following high school, Hannah began her college education. Among the colleges she attended was Texas A&M. Through her educational process she received four different degrees. Hannah served in the U.S. Army for a while and was honorably discharged in 1977. She relocated to Lewiston to be closer to her father.

She married Michael Packard Dec. 15, 1999, in Moscow and had made her home there since then.

She raised and showed canaries, winning local and national awards. Her two dogs, Rufus and Hoagie, were very special to her life. Hannah enjoyed cooking, camping and WSU Cougar baseball. Hannah was a member of the Moscow Christian Life Center.

She is survived by her husband, Michael of Moscow and her father and stepmother, Fred and Wilma Page of Hope, Idaho.  She also had a son from a previous marriage.

A celebration of Hannah’s life will be held at 3 p.m. March 7 at the Moscow Christian Life Center, 417 S. Jackson. Pastor Dan Johnson of that church will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Short’s Funeral Chapel in Moscow.


06/04/13 09:31 AM #3    

Pamela Welch (Hawthorne)

guess I didn't run into Hannah till we reached high school but she was the Dave Clark Five fan and I was the Beatles fan. we often had friendly disagreements about who was the best. one of the last times I saw her, me and my girls went over to visit her and her son, forrest. she was living in her mother's old house. I've seen pictures of Hannah and her Girl Scout troop in elementary school. I believe her mother was troop leader. I hope hannah had a wonderful, fulfilling life before she went to meet the Lord. rest in peace Hannah.

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