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Thomas J. Hannon
Thomas Joseph Hannon, Sr. 77, of Menominee, passed away on Friday, Nov. 1, at his home.
Born on Feb. 21, 1936 in Menominee to the late Edwin and Mary (Adams) Hannon, he served in the United States Marines Corps during the Korean War. After the military, he returned to the area and worked for 26 years in maintenance at the Menominee Area Public Schools. He is a past member of the American Legion and enjoyed hunting and fishing.
He is survived by a son, Thomas (Mary Johnson) Hannon Jr., of Marinette; four daughters, Carlene Hannon, of Rhinelander, Tina (Randy) Gross, of Green Bay, Della (Shane) Foley, of Carbondale, Mi. and Ardis (Joe) Lerret of Menominee; a brother, Bill Plautz, of Marinette; a sister, Phillis Fifarek, of Menominee and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Elaine and Shirley and two brothers, Harold and John.
Cadieu-Thielen Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements. Per his wishes no services will be held. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Menominee.
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