September 22, 1928 - February 16, 2021
Visitation: No Visitation
Service: Saturday, 10AM, St. Kilian Church, 7076 Franklin Rd., Cranberry Twp., PA 16066
Vivian Hannon (McCann) of McCandless Township entered eternal peace on Tuesday February 16 in her 92nd year. She was born in Metairie, Louisiana on September 22, 1928 to Holly and Chlotilde McCann.
As a young girl and the oldest of eight children, and upon the untimely death of her Mother she moved, along with her younger brother Harold, to Detroit, Michigan. There, she lived with her Aunt and Uncle, Irma and Paul Foley who loved and cared for her as their daughter. Her cousins, Stanley Foley of Illinois and Betty Klug (deceased) of Delaware became her beloved lifelong brother and sister. It was also in Detroit that she first met Jim Hannon, of Pittsburgh PA.
Her Aunt saw to it and arranged each summer for her to travel back to Louisiana by train to be with her Grandmother and brothers and sister.
Vivian was preceded in death in 2006 by her loving husband of 55 years, James F. Hannon. Vivian will be missed and lovingly remembered by her seven children:
Paul Hannon of Emsworth, Pat Hannon of Ross Township, Tim (Karen) Hannon of Freedom, John (Jill) Hannon of Ross Township, Brian (Karen) Hannon of Ambridge. Holly (Brett) Hugo of Seven Fields, and Jim (Tracey) Hannon of Mars PA.
Vivian adored and was adored by her 10 grandchildren, Emily (Michael) Caruso, Allison (Will) Dodds, William, Hannah and Rachel Hugo, Mary Hannon, Joseph Hannon and Thomas, Ryan and Sean Hannon. Also, a great-grand daughter Isabella Caruso.
Along with her parents Vivian was also predeceased by her brothers; Holly, Warren, Gerald and Mackie McCann of Louisiana and Harold of Georgia. Also survived by her Dear and loving sister Cora Bouton of Franklin, Louisiana and her brother Lee McCann of Texas. Vivian and Jim Hannon proudly were founding contributors to the building of three new Catholic Churches in their long history together: St Sebastion’s and St Theresa’s in the North Hills and finally St Kilian’s in Seven Fields. Vivian’s family is forever grateful to the staffs of Cumberland Crossing Manor and North Hills Rehabilitation and Health Center for the love and kindness they extended to Viv and her family. All are welcome to a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday 10AM in St. Kilian Church, 7076 Franklin Rd., Cranberry Twp., PA 16066. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, www.alz.org. Arrangements by DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME of CRANBERRY.