Danette A. Hance
Danette A. Hance, 58, of Rensselaer Falls, died on February 21, 2017. There will be a celebration of Danette’s life will be Saturday, March 18th, 2017, 1 PM at the Pyrites Fire Station. She is survived by her husband, Neale D., her sons, Neale E. Hance of Morley, Robert Hance of Rensselaer Falls, her daughter, Randi Lynne Hance of Canton, her brother, Roger Delorme of Abilene, Texas, her sisters, Dorcas “Sam” and her husband Russell Lottie of DeKalb Junction, Michelle and her husband Wayne Cronk of Hermon, Marsha and her husband Richard Rogers of Texas, Pamela and her husband Charles Carrow of Texas, grandchildren, Logan Hance, Ethan Hance, Bryson Hance, Taylor Hance, Heaven Hance , Lathan Rider, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a son, Silas Hance, brothers, Randy Delorme, Rodney Delorme and, Edward Delorme. Danette was born on February 10, 1959 in Canton, the daughter of the late Edward J. and Audrey M. Coffey Delorme, she graduated from Canton Central School. She married Neale Hance on February 2, 1980. Danette worked at the Best Western in Canton as a housekeeper. She loved being with her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed doing arts and crafts, reading and crocheting. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Danette A. Hance
So sorry to hear of Danette’s passing, there was always a good time when she was around and she could always make you laugh no matter what. Thoughts and Prayers to Bud and the rest of her family.
After years of illness it is comforting to me to know that the good Lord finally blessed her by taking her into his care and putting an end to her suffering. She was truly loved and I consider myself fortunate to have spent many years in her short life sharing all the emotions that come with being part of her family. I look forward to seeing her once again when my life comes to a close. my thoughts are with the ones she loved and left behind. Rip “Danny”.
Thoughts and prayers from Texas. We are relieved in the end that she is no longer suffering or having difficulties anymore. That she is finally at peace. Lots of love in this hard time for those loved ones she left behind.
Hey y’all I and uncle Roger are very sorry for ur loss. Y’all are in our thoughts and prayers. I want u to know even though we were so far away, we still talked and laughed of our trials and tribulations as we grew up on pink schoolhouse road. Ur mom was a tough old bird and “tomboy” that’s why we called her Danny. And as she grew up she remained that tough stubborn , life of the party, DeLorme. Ur mom was a good woman with a big heart, she didn’t complain, just got things done. I know momma and daddy were proud of her and I was blessed with the priveledge of calling her sister. We will miss her but glad she is not suffering any more. I know we will meet again in the hereafter and when we do there is going be one hell of a softball game in heaven. So try not to be sad, she is at peace and not hurting and with family. Y’all take care and remember ur mom loved u, was proud of y’all, as Uncle Roger and I am. Love to all
I went through school with Danette and she was always such a sweet girl. I was so saddened to read of her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
I miss you gramma more then any word will ever be able to describe. Here it is, year 4 without you being here for christmas.i am feeling less and less happy on the holidays with you and grandpa being gonw.i love you guys so much merry Christmas up in heaven