Farris A. Hanna, age 67

of Quincy

Farris A. Hanna, age 67

Quincy, Farris A. Hanna, age 67, of Quincy, died, Sunday, May 17, 2020 at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, in the comfort of his family.

Born in Quincy, to the late Faheme J. and Helen (Kardoose) Hanna, he was raised and educated there. He was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 1971, and from the University of Massachusetts Boston. Farris had lived in Quincy for most of his life.

Farris was a social and charismatic person who enjoyed spending time with family and friends.

Devoted father of Eric L. Hanna of Arlington, Va. and Mitchell J. Hanna of Weymouth.

Loving brother of Janice A. Kilgarriff and her husband Thomas of Marshfield and Jennie M. Hanna of Quincy.

Dear uncle of Corey Kilgarriff of Worcester and Althea Heisler of Westport, Conn.

Former husband of Joanne Bailey-Hanna of Weymouth.

In light of current events, a funeral mass will be held at Saint Joseph’s Church in Quincy at a later date.

For those who wish, donations in memory of Farris may be made to Saint Joseph’s Church, 556 Washington Street, Quincy, MA 02169.

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  • Gone way too soon! I worked with Farris for 15 years. He was a very hard worker a very generous person. I will miss his sense of humor. My deepest condolences to his sons and family.

  • My deepest sympathy to Janice, Jennie ,Eric and Mitchell, I will always remember his wonderful humor such a great guy.

    Love Robin

  • My deepest condolences to Janice,Jennie, Eric and Mitchell on the passing of Faris. He was a childhood friend who I connected with later in life. He was funny, and kind and he loved his two sons and family so much. May he rest in the sweetest peace.

  • Dearest Janice, Jennie, Eric & Mitchell –
    We are heartbroken and devastated about losing Farris. He has been through so much and always fought the good fight and pulled through. We hoped and prayed he would do it again, but that was not meant to be. God wanted to take him to a better place where there is no more suffering, no more pain, only light, beauty and happiness. We know how grief-stricken you all are and we want you to know that we will always be there to help and support you in every way we can. Farris will always live on in our hearts and we will always cherish the many great memories of how much love, happiness and just plain fun he gave to all of us. We will always miss our “H-a-n-n-a”. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Love always, your cousins Tony & Manera xoxoxoxoxo