Hanners, Charles William Allen
Birth: Tuesday, May 11, 1948
Residence: Owings, MD
Death: Saturday, August 22, 2020 at the age of 72
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Charles William Allen Hanners (Chuck), age 72, of Owings, MD passed away on August 22nd, 2020 surrounded by his wife Beverly and brother James. He was born on May 11th, 1948 in Columbus, Ohio, first born son of Charles and Wanda, brother to Linda (Guy) Latham of Greenville, SC., Patrick (Grace) Hanners of Huntingtown, MD, and James Hanners of Huntingtown, MD, loving husband of 38 years to Beverly Hanners, and nurturing father to Ann (Rex) Newton, of Chesapeake Beach, MD, Morgan Hanners of Ogden City, UT, and Amy (Mark) Dick of Frankford, DE, grandfather to Jacob, Jeremy, Hattie, Braden, Lydia, Liam, Grayson, and great grandfather to Carolina.
Chuck graduated from Duvall High School in 1966 and Bowie State Teachers College in 1970. Upon graduation from Bowie State Teachers College, he worked for Prince Georges County Board of Education as a Special Education Motor Development teacher for 38 years. Although he initially retired in 2001, the Board of Education reached out to him requesting his services in the same capacity. He returned to work for another 8 years, primarily due to the love and caring he had for his special students thru 2009. His love and caring was not limited to his special students. His love and devotion to family and society started at a very early age. At age 6 he helped his mother with the moving of his 3 year old sister Linda and his baby brother Pat from Columbus Ohio to New York, and the long flight to Germany where his father was recently stationed. In the 70's, taking on numerous part time jobs to make sure there was food on the table for his children, starting up one of the first summer soccer camps for the children in Bowie, MD, and taking his children across the country to discover their roots with their ancestors in Oregon. He never stopped moving forward and taking care of others including neighbors, friends and family.
In 1982 Chuck married Beverly Dixon and his life changed dramatically; he had found a partner in life who also accepted the responsibilities of helping Chuck raise this three children. As Beverly was a Special Education Teacher, there was not only a professional bond but an emotional bond that lasted the rest of his life.After his final retirement in 2009, Chuck expanded his activities. He continued to fix and refurbish anything especially if it involved an engine, he even learned and became a proficient banjo player and continued to provide 24/7 care for his mother and father who were in their 80's.
Two of Chuck's joys of life were being with family and spending time with his wife Beverly at their beach house in Ocean City.