Hannah E. Newell

September 22, 2022
Hannah E. Newell

Hannah Elizabeth Newell

 

Loving Child of God

 

Hannah Elizabeth Newell, of Yorktown, Virginia, has passed from God’s earthly care to his eternal care, where our beautiful Hannah is now dancing with the angels. Born 20 January 1952 in Cartersville, Georgia, she was the daughter of Pastor Charles E. Hartsfield and Gloria M. Hartsfield. Hannah leaves behind her devoted husband, RT Newell, her sisters, Becky and Debbie Hartsfield, her daughters Tabetha Wilson and Tiffany New, son-in-law Brian Wilson, and grandchildren, Logan, Cassie and Ashley Wilson, and James Courtney, and nephew Ace Hartsfield and family.

Filled with the Holy Spirit, Hannah was loving, giving and acting always in the interests of others. Blessed with an incandescent smile and endearing charm she was an accomplished and enthusiastic dancer, intrepid sailor, faith-filled Christian, proud and protective matriarch of her loving family and dear circle of neighbors and friends.

Hannah courageously faced her trial with Alzheimer’s Dementia that took her mind, but could not defeat her indomitable spirit. In her lyrical Georgia/Texas accent, her very last words to her family, ‘I Love You All’ will live on in our hearts. We dearly love and miss her.

Hannah’s family wishes to acknowledge the loving care of Hannah provided by Tyhe, Jessica and Karla of Anderson’s Cozy Home and by At Home Care Hospice during her last days. A Celebration of Hannah’s Life will be scheduled at Liberty Live Church in Hampton, Virginia in the Spring of 2023. In lieu of flowers, Hannah’s family suggests memorials to Liberty Live Church, 1021 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, VA 23666 or at Libertylive.church, or to the Alzheimer’s Association, PO Box 96011, Washington, DC 20090 or at alz.org. Online condolences to the family can be shared at www.bucktroutfuneralhome.net

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  • October 01, 2022
    Randy and Robbie Royce says:
    The time we knew you was way too short Hannah. We are comforted knowing that you are in loving heavenly arms now - the arms of your earthly loved ones have completed their task.

  • September 29, 2022
    Marsha Hartsfield Hendricks says:
    My fun and loving cousin, I adored you. The laughter we shared will always be my best memory of you. There was the time you showed us how to tie a knot in a tiny cherry stem. It was hysterically funny! And the time you visited me one Summer and we went to an outdoor concert. Our drive home was momentous ! I know that I will see you in Heaven. All my love, Marsha

  • September 29, 2022
    Ina Hauk says:
    I will always cherish the time we talked and laughed while sitting by the pool at Starr Pass. Your infectious smile made everyone happy. I will miss you. I love you Hannah.

  • September 28, 2022
    Ace says:
    Love you Aunt Hannah!