Patricia Hanie

Obituary of Patricia Claire Hanie

Patricia Claire Hanie, 62, of Duluth, GA, passed away December 22,2023 in the presence of her loved ones after a long battle with cancer. We know that because of her faith she is now in the presence of Jesus.

Trish or Trisha as most that knew her well called her was a woman who was known by her kindness and her love of art and music. She was Lindon’s biggest fan and told everyone she could about his band Rockhead Joe. She enjoyed watching them play and practice. She loved to sing and had been enjoying taking lessons prior to her cancer diagnosis.

Trisha’s pride and joy was her daughter (Lindsay). She told everyone about her and how much she loved her. She enjoyed watching Lindsay grow into a mother and loved to hear stories of her three grandchildren.

She held her family close and enjoyed when they would get together. She often shared stories of her childhood. Often talking about going to summer camp with her sister and cousin and memories at the lake.

Trisha loved Jekyll Island more than any other place. She would go there annually. She would talk about the beauty of the island and show people her pictures. When she would go she often would try to meet up with longtime friends.

In her passing we hope that her legacy of her kindness and strength will be in all that she came to know.

She is preceded in Death by Father Benjamin Carlton Hanie and Grandparents Mr and Mrs. T Foley Treadway. She leaves behind mother Anne Treadway Goldstein, sister Elizabeth Anne Hanie, daughter Lindsay Claire Leonard, her grandchildren Jack Leonard III, Oliver Leonard, Charlotte Leonard, and longtime boyfriend Lindon Sears.

A small family gathering will be held in the spring to celebrate the life and legacy of Patricia.

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