Hanna Elizabeth (Casad) Townley was born June 24, 1982 in Hays KS. She passed away at the age of 40 on Friday, January 27, 2023 in Lincoln KS. She was the daughter of Cheryl (Iwanski) Casad and Andrew Casad. Hanna was a graduate of Stockton High School, Stockton KS, class of 2001 and furthered her education at Fort Hays State University where she received an Associate’s Degree in Office Technology. Hanna met Chad Townley her sophomore year in college, 2002, and they were married March 18, 2007 at the Monte Carlo Resort in Las Vegas NV. Hanna and Chad have a son, Hunter, who was born on October 18, 2010. Hunter was always the apple of her eye. She was a resident of Lincoln, where she worked at Lincoln County Courthouse and most recently at the Bank of Tescott.
Hanna was a beautiful soul always wearing a smile, quiet but bubbly and spoke the sweetest words. She enjoyed watching her son, Hunter, grow up and in all of his activities; spending time at the race track, hunting and fishing with Chad and Hunter and anyone else they could bring along. They were a family that loved just being together. She had a love for Boston Terriers and Sadie was her pride and joy, here’s to one last “Sadie Come”. Hanna was the best mom, wife and friend. She was loved by everyone and loved everyone she came in contact with. She always wanted everyone to be happy. Always prepared with snacks and drinks so no one would go hungry or thirsty. Bottled water was the drink of choice. She was always prepared for everything and volunteered to clean and even steam clean the carpets. She enjoyed being outside, mowing the lawn, taking care of her flowers and had a love-hate relationship with her community garden. Hanna loved teasing all she loved from her “sch-weetie pie’s” and joking about the gorilla tape keeping a shoe together. She always had a one liner or zinger to keep you on your toes.
Hanna was a mother, a wife, a sister, a daughter, a friend and one so many loved and cared for. Her smile and thoughtfulness could light up a room. Her beauty and love will shine forever.
Hanna was preceded in death by her grandparents, Kenton and Bea Casad; grandfather, Irwin Iwanski; and father-in-law, Kent Townley.
Hanna is survived by her husband Chad and son Hunter of Lincoln; mother Cheryl Casad of Olathe, KS; father Andrew Casad of Lincoln, NE; brother Joseph “Joey” Casad (Melissa) of Olathe; mother-in-law Janese Townley of Stockton; sisters-in-law, Sandy Townley of Stockton, Shannon Rappoport (Kevin) of Parker, CO; brother-in-law Mike Townley of Woodston, KS; grandmother Virginia Iwanski of Stockton; nephews, Landon and Jameson Casad (Joey) of Olathe, and Logan Cone (Shannon) of Parker, CO; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Public visitation: 1-7 p.m., Friday, February 10, 2023 at Hall Chapel, Lincoln, KS. Family will be present 5-7 p.m. to greet friends.
A private memorial service will be held at Hall Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, memorials for Hunter’s education are suggested, checks can be payable to Hunter Townley and sent c/o, Hall Chapel, PO Box 37, Lincoln, KS 67455.
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