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Gary Hanna was born in Dallas Texas, where he graduated in 1969 from Bryan Adams High School. On February 14, 1970 he married his childhood sweetheart Brenda June Ross and has been married ever since. They have two children, (a son) Barry Lynn Hanna and (a daughter) Peyton Renee Hanna, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and another one on the way. He has always said that he doesn't mind being a Great Grand Pa but he has to sleep with a Great Grand Ma.
He grew up working side by side with his father at the early age of eight years old. His father, Charles Leon Hanna was his teacher, mentor and best friend. Every day, Gary thanks God for allowing him to be the son of such a great man. Charles Leon Hanna worked in the Research and Development Department at Texas Instruments pioneering today's electronic technology back in the 1960's and 70's. His father also owned a radio and television repair business that he started in 1948 and Gary worked there until he opened up his own business in electronic repair in 1970.
Over the years, Gary Hanna himself helped pioneer new technology in Audio, Satellite, High Definition and Projection Television. Many of his friends included much older men like Allen B. Dumont, Paul Wilbur Klipsch, Amar G. Bose, George Curtis Mathes, and Charles Leon Hanna, all deceased now. Hanna's second career was coaching softball to young girls (now woman) into to becoming great softball players and even better human beings.
On October 7, 2000 Gary and wife's lives changed forever. His son Barry was in a bad car accident that nearly took his life. Gary’s wife Brenda now takes of their son 24/7. On September 11, 2001 their lives changed again. After 30 years in business Gary and his partner-wife Brenda, started a new life. Gary calls it a New Beginning. His mission in life now is to help as many people as he can on this old earth before he leaves to be with his Father in Heaven forever.
Today, Gary is sharing his knowledge on Love, Happiness and Health with a many people as he can.
Hanna said he has never met a stranger in his life and is always willing to lending hand to any and all.
Hanna would like share a few quotes passed down to him from his father and Grand Pa Hanna:
The next time someone asked you how is your day going?
You reply: Every day is a good day and some are just better.
Or: If it was any better I would be Twins.
And always treat people the way you would like to be treated.
Can't never did anything. Just do it.