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Alan Hann

Alan Sumner Hann Jr.

Wednesday, April 24th, 1974 - Tuesday, March 10th, 2020
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Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Alan Sumner Hann Jr., 45, on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at Concord Hospital.

Alan was born on April 24, 1974 in Concord, MA, the son of Alan Hann Sr. and Patricia (Little) Hann. Alan was raised in Burlington, MA as a young boy. The family moved to Meredith, NH in 1981, where he resided for most of his life.

Alan graduated from Inter-Lakes High School in 1992. He had a passion for vehicles, which was passed down from his father at an early age. This special bond between father and son only solidified his calling to pursue autobody mechanic as his line of work. Alan was employed at various garages where he perfected his skills. Most notedly, Meredith Ford. He was motivated to operate his own business and in 2005 his determination paid off. He officially opened Keytown Autobody in Center Harbor, NH. Alan couldn't have been more thrilled to fulfill his passion of working on an array of unique cars, motorcycles and everything in between. He was talented and meticulous when it came to his profession. More importantly, his garage was a place of welcome for his clients and friends. He was a people person who loved to converse, not only about vehicles, but everyday life.

Alan was an advocate for animals, especially for rescue dogs. If you knew Alan, you knew his dogs, whose favorite place to hang out was with their dad at his shop, where they eagerly awaited the days visitors to receive endless affection. He sadly leaves behind his beloved American Staffordshire Terrier Colt.

Alan was a hard worker, but also made time for interests outside of work. He loved the freedom of the open road on his motorcycle, especially with friends. He took great pride in customizing his Harley and was often known for changing the look of his bike as soon as we had all gotten used to it! He also enjoyed being out in the crisp winter air with friends testing the limits of his snowmobile. Alan and his wife Rae enjoyed spending time together at the array of concerts held at Meadowbrook each summer. He had spent a great deal of time as a child on his grandparent's farm in upstate New York, which to this day held a special place in his heart. He would travel out there whenever his schedule would allow. But of all of Alan's outside interests, none were more important than spending time with his family and friends. He was known for his big smile and even bigger heart.

Alan was predeceased by his devoted wife Rae Anne (Lachance) Hann on 10/29/2015.

Alan is survived by his loving parents Alan and Patricia Hann of Meredith; sister Lisa Maguire and her husband Patrick of Hampton, VA; sister Wendy Mills and her husband Jeff of Meredith; brother Corey Hann and his wife Lindsay of Meredith; step-sons Mark DeGara and Justin DeGara of Laconia; mother-in-law Beatrice Lachance-Emond of Laconia; proud and loving uncle to Bergen & Garren Maguire, Sumner & Sadie Mills and Lincoln & Parker Hann.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to any animal shelter or rescue program of your choosing.

SERVICE HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE
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Service Details

  • Interment

    Location
    Sacred Heart Cemetery
    Address
    80 Corbett Street
    Andover, MA 01810
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Service have been postponed......... Please keep checking the website for service details, hopefully in April........

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Julie, Michael and The Giuseppe's Family

Posted at 02:32pm
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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Steve Mitchell

Posted at 07:38am
Sorry to hear about Alan's passing, he was without a doubt the best body guy ever. Great guy and great service, he will be missed by all that were lucky enough to have known him.
Steve Mitchell
Meredith NH
DK

Duke Kline

Posted at 02:12pm
I am saddened to learn of Alan's passing. I only knew Alan as a customer of his fine work. When it came to having body work done on any of my vehicles, Alan was my 'go to' guy! I greatly appreciated his attention to detail and his ability to make my vehicles look as if nothing had ever happened to them. He was an auto body magician! My condolences to his family and close friends.
LJ

Love, Jules

Posted at 11:14pm
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Pam Finer

Posted at 09:38pm
I am so very sorry to hear of Alan's passing. I've known him since he was a kid. We were neighbors with the Hanns. Alan and all three of his siblings babysat my kids over the years. The Hanns are such good people. Real people. Friendly. A very close, loving family. My heart breaks for them and I wish there was something, anything, I could do to help them through this. They are in my thoughts, heart, and prayers.
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