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Charlene Hannan

Memorial services for Charlene A. Hannan, a longtime resident of Nevada County, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Nevada County Horsemen’s on Bubbling Wells Road, in Grass Valley. Burial services will be at a later date. For more information, call the Nevada County Horsemen’s at 273-1507.

Mrs. Hannan died Thursday, March 3, in Yuba County from a heart attack. She was 63.

She was born Nov. 10, 1941, in Los Angeles, to John Hartman Cutting and Hattie May Flatt. She was a model for Revlon and Max Factor. She was also a rancher. She was a member of the A.H.A. Appaloosa Horse Association, S.P.C.A., Nevada County Animal Shelter, A.K.C. American Kennel Club, and the Nevada County Horsemen’s Club. She enjoyed animals, the outdoors and horse showmanship.



She is survived by her sons Charles J. Hannan of Grass Valley, and James R. Hannan of Georgia; sister, Lois Waddell of Grass Valley; brothers, Kent Rand of Grass Valley, and Wayne Rand of Nevada City; and granddaughter, Destiny Hannan of Grass Valley.


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