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Scot English Hanna

April 16, 1972 - December 29, 2023

Scot English Hanna, of Dagsboro, DE, passed away on Friday, December 29, 2023, of a severe brain injury.

Born in Laurel, Maryland on April 16, 1972, Scot was a son of Anne (Hollingshead) Hanna and the late Gary English. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Marine Reserves, before earning a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Scot also studied Marine Biology in Florida. He held many professional positions throughout his life, most recently as a personal fitness trainer, serving clients throughout the Delmarva area.

Scot served on the Board of Directors for the Christian Storehouse, which provides food and services to local families in need. Scot had a passion for fitness, nature, and the outdoors. He loved hiking, surfing, paddle boarding, kayaking and canoeing. Scot participated in many triathlons, often coming in first in his age bracket. He also trained for the Iron Man competition. Scot’s big smile, kind heart, and wit will be missed.

He is survived by his brother, Mark Hanna and sister, Haidee Hanna.

Services will be held privately.

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  • My heart is heavy and broken that you are no longer with us little brother. You made me laugh like no one else with your dry wit. I will love you forever!

  • Scot, there are a lot of us who will miss you brother. It’s been a long time since we’ve had drinks, but seeing your positive outlook and approach to life online always made me smile. Keep everybody fit up there.

  • I have so many memories of our trips to visit your family in Maryland. I will always remember your great smile and love of animals. You will be missed!

  • I was great friends with Scot in high school and would routinely tell crazy stories from those years. He was truly one of a kind and will be sorely missed. Hearing of his passing was truly a shock and my deepest condolences to his family.

  • You will be missed. Now you are free.

  • Scot, thank you for the many crazy fun times, brother. Until we meet again on the other side of the bar…

    Condolences to your family and everyone whom you held close.

  • I volunteered with him, a wonderful wonderful and talented man. He would help anyone anywhere.

  • I had the privilege to work with Scot at The Christian Storehouse where he volunteered and served as VP on the Board of Directors. Scot always had a great smile and kind word for all! He will truly be missed by many ♥️

  • Dear Haidee and Mark,
    We were very sorry to read of Scot’s passing. We met Scot many years ago when Anne was a part of the Foundry Street Gallery in Laurel, MD. I’m remembering his assorted pets that found their way into Anna and and Gary’s lives and, later, for the companionship and care that he gave to them, as well. I found, to my sorrow, that losing a sibling is like losing a bit of yourself, gradually you get used to their absence. I hope that memories bring comfort to you all.
    With our condolences for the loss of your dad and your brother.
    Sally and Baldwin (Tut) Tuttle

  • I was deeply saddened to hear of Scot’s passing. I had the pleasure of working out with him the last two years. He was an excellent trainer in every aspect!
    Scot had a big heart, and a quick, delightful wit. He even took in my hermit crab, to share space with he and Casey’s kooky, beloved cat! I miss him.
    My sincere condolences to Casey and his family.
    Nancy

  • Dear Family,
    We were deeply saddened by the news of Scot’s passing. Scot worked with us for several years to improve our physical condition. We looked forward to our weekly sessions with Scot. He developed a different program for us at each visit. Scot was extremely personable, always cheerful and encouraging. He will be sorely missed. We are praying for Scot and your family. May he rest in peace.
    Claire and Michael Loftus, Bethany Beach, DE

  • Like others, I attended high school with Scot. He was always an easy going guy with a big (but sometimes devious) smile. I’m sorry to hear of his passing, and he will definitely be missed.