Edward L. Hanger

Edward L. Hanger

August 03, 1943 - July 16, 2013

Edward L. Hanger

August 03, 1943 - July 16, 2013


With his family surrounding him with love, our beloved husband, father, and GP, quietly passed away at sunset on July 16, 2013. Since his birth on August 3, 1943, he has enjoyed making memories with his family, especially his two grandchildren, Cade and Isabelle. After his retirement from the textile industry, he spent many relaxing days on the golf course trying to achieve the perfect swing. He also enjoyed traveling abroad with friends, and playing golf around the country.

You will be missed and forever in our hearts.
This is not “goodbye” but rather “until we meet again”.

Rest in Peace Ed/Dad/GP. We love you!

As his grandchildren were one of his greatest joys, in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to their school:
St. Joseph Catholic School
6200 E. Willow Street
Long Beach, Ca. 90815
Attn: The Ed Hanger Technology Fund

Please join us at Dove Canyon Country Club immediately following the Burial Ceremony to celebrate Ed’s life.
Dove Canyon Country Club
22682 Golf Club Drive
Trabuco Canyon, Ca. 92679

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10 responses to Edward L. Hanger

  1. Ed was always smiling, loved life, his family and friends. His face would light up when he talked about his family, especially his grandchildren.

    All of us from Columbia, SC, and Dalton , GA, are deeply saddened . I hope all the warm memories of all the good old days , your sweet family, and al your many current
    Friends will give you comfort at his time.

    Much love
    Bonnie Steptoe

  2. Ed Ueeck says:

    I have truely lost my very best friend. I will miss him.

    Ed Ueeck

  3. John Pace says:

    Ed was a locker mate of mine at the club. Always had pleasant conversations with him. His calming personality always had an impact. We’re all a speck of sand in the beach of eternity. What matters is the influence you have on others while your here. Well done Ed. Our condolences to the family. May you be comforted by the fond memories you have of Ed. God Bless, John and Patty Pace

  4. Mike Leary says:

    Ed was a wonderful mentor, a calming force, a brilliant product innovator, and a salesman that both the customer and the company loved; a rare combination. His smile, laugh, and insight will be missed. His impact on countless persons will live for generations. Our love and condolences to his family. Words cannot express our sorrow.

    Mike and Becky Leary

  5. Pam O'Toole says:

    As I combed through the house looking for pictures from 30 years ago; I realized, that once again, Ed was making me clean up and get organized! Only this time it was not the Allied Fibers’ product room!
    (I am still looking for these pictures, and will bring them Wednesday, if found.)
    I have however, found memories of life; Christmas pictures of his adorable children and grand children, and prayer cards. I know we will maintain our connection for life and bond closer, as we look to the future sharing family time with Delores, Cheryl, and Sharon. God Bless All of you. Our hearts and prayers are with you.
    With Love,
    Pam, Terry, and Maddie O’Toole

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