Randy Dale Hanning, Sr.

August 2, 2021
Randy Dale Hanning, Sr.

Randy Dale Hanning, Sr., age 66 of Triadelphia, WV., formerly of Claysville, PA., passed away on August 2, 2021 at Ruby Memorial Hospital.

Loving husband to his wife of 45 years, Brenda Joyce (Hemelrick) Hanning, married on June 5, 1976. Randy enjoyed hunting, and was an animal lover, especially dogs, cats, and horses. Above all else, Randy loved country life and dearly loved the Lord.

Randy is preceded in death by his parents, Glen Hanning, Sr. and Edna Mae (Burnsworth) Hanning; 1 brother, Terry; 2 sons, Franklin and Randy Hanning, Jr.

He is survived by his sons, Jacob (Leslie) and Vince (Charles) Hanning, 1 foster son, Richard Andrew White; grandchildren, Nathaniel Wayne Thomas, James Allen Hanning-Keyser, Samuel David Hanning-Keyser, Ian Lee Hanning-Keyser; 3 brothers, Glen , Franklin, and Roger Hanning; 3 sisters, Jennifer Kelley, Kathleen Hill, and Jacueline Halloway; several nieces and nephews.

He is also survived by his pets of whom he especially loved.

A Memorial Service will be held at a later date followed by interment at Prosperity Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to his family.
Online condolences may be made at carechapel.com


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  • August 06, 2021
    Vince Hanning says:
    I love you Dad More than words can say. You will be missed dearly. Everyday of my life that I've had you in it has been a blessing. You have taught me so much the most importantly you taught me what it was to be loved fully and to be able to love others fully. I've always admired your face in relationship with God, I admired your integrity and courage you are and have always been a great man I am so blessed to have had you as my dad if I turn out the quarter of a man that you were I would be lucky. You're free from this world and joins back together with your two other sons my brothers and your mom and I know you're rejoicing in the presence of God with them. I wish I could see your face in the joy in your eyes. I will see you again soon when the trumpet sounds and every knee shall bow. We love you Dad and I miss you so badly but I know I shall see you again.

  • August 06, 2021
    Vince Hanning says:
    My dad was a really funny guy always cracking up jokes. He was good natured kindhearted and a quiet Man. He loved to read old westerns study his Bible and play his guitar. He wrote lyrics to songs ,poetry and stories. In is younger years he loved to hunt. He loved the outdoors, he likes to get lost in the woods and that was his favorite place to commune with God. He loved his family he loved his dogs. Anybody that met him instantly like him. When he was a teenager in the really young adult him and a few of his brothers had a band called The Dutch fork country boys. He was a dreamer and he taught me the same. There wasn't a night to this day that I don't remember my dad telling me good night he loves me rather be phone call or in person. He was adventurous in his own ways. When he was younger he picked up his young wife and two children at the time and went West where he didn't know his soul, he was a gun toting country boy. My dad had a strong faith and a strong relationship with God he was called to teach the true Love of Christ. He was a hard-working fella. Most importantly he was and is loved.

  • August 06, 2021
    Jennifer Kelley lit a candle:
    Lit since August 6, 2021 at 8:25:55 PM

  • August 06, 2021
    Jeff and Sherry Nixon. says:
    Your Dad was a Good man Vince.I remember telling you when I first met him how I loved the way he dressed . I'm sending love and strength to all of you.May God Help You Through This❤

  • August 06, 2021
    Kimmy Haught says:
    In Loving Memory of a great man. My deepest condolences to all of his family. Rest In Peace Randy