Hannah JoAnn Salo
07/11/1992 - 07/04/2020
Name: Hannah JoAnn Salo
Place of Birth: Methodist Hospital St. Louis Park Minnesota
Date of Death: 07/04/2020
Parents’ Names: Janis Salo and Charles Salaam
Brothers and Sisters: Uriah (Zeke) Salo-Salaam
Dog child: Sprite
Preceded in Death by: Grandparents Willie and Allie Salaam, Marvin and JoAnn Salo, Sister Angel Ann Salo-Salaam
Education: Graduated from Park Center High School 2010, Attended Regency Beauty Institute 2010-2011, Graduated from Hennepin Technical College/ Health Unit Coordinator 2015, Received her associates degree from Anoka Ramsey, 2020. She was continuing her education to become a surgical technician at the time of her death.
Employment: Current employment Methodist Hospital Float Health Unit Coordinator since 2015. Also worked in the service industry at Biff’s Sports Bar, Mayslack’s, Pickle park and Pub 42 just to name a few.
Hannah was and forever will be a vibrant beautiful light with an old soul. She had a zest for life and all that it had to offer. Hannah built strong relationships with everyone she came in contact with. Everyone felt an instant connection to her because of her sassy and caring nature. She was passionate about the outdoors, travel, oceans, lakes and animals (especially her dog Sprite). She definitely was not a morning person. Hallmark channel was always on during the holidays. You would often see her wearing boots with an attitude. She had place to go and friends to see. She appreciated all types of music but had a special fondness for country and hip hop. Hannah was hard working with stellar work ethics and loved helping people. She was a true gem at the hospital. Hannah was a truly diverse person full of life and light. She absolutely loved her family and friends and it is felt in her passing.
Graveside Service will be held 1:00pm 07/11/2020 at East Pike Sandy Cemetery Embarrass Minnesota. Please plan on meeting at Range Funeral Home Virginia Minnesota at 12:30pm to begin the Funeral Procession to her final resting place.
Due to the unpresented times mask will be required at the Graveside service. Masks will be provided to those that do not have one. We want everyone to be safe and well.
For all that cannot travel or are unable to attend- Celebration of Life is being planned for a later date in Minneapolis. Details will be announced later.
Clergy: Pastor MaryKaye Ashley and Pastor Gene Martin
In lieu of flowers please send cards and well wishes to PO Box 29835 Brooklyn Center MN 55429
I wish I could see you one more time come walking through the door
But I know that is impossible. I will always hear your voice in my memories of you.
I know you can feed my tears, and you don’t want me to cry
Those special memories of you will always bring smiles
If only I could have you back for just a little while, we could sit and talk again just like we used to do
You always meant the world to me and always will
My heart is broken because I can’t understand why someone so precious and young had to die
I pray that God will give me strength and somehow get me through but you will be forever in my heart.
Until we meet again.
I love you