Friends and family have shared their relationship to show their support.
How do you know Hannah Lindsey?
We are sorry for your loss.
Help others honor Hannah's memory.
Coping with Grief
We would like to offer our sincere support to anyone coping with grief. Enter
your email below for our complimentary daily grief messages. Messages run for up to one year and you
can stop at any time. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.
August 19, 1991 ~ September 8, 2023 (age 32) 32 Years Old
6 Trees, Flowers, or Condolences have been shared with support of Hannah's family - View on Tribute Wall
Hannah Danae Lindsey was born on August 19, 1991 in Opp, AL to Davy and Shellan “Shirley” Lindsey. She departed this life on Friday, September 8, 2023 in River Falls, AL. She was preceded in death by her grandfathers David Lindsey, Willie Campbell, and Benjamin “Snowball” Henderson, uncle Timothy Rogers, Elmer Walker, aunt Debbie Teague, and cousin Chris Stoudermire, and Beninu LeJell Rayborn .Hannah was a ray of sunshine who had the kindest heart. She was always smiling and her infectious smile would brighten even the darkest day. She was a devoted and loving mother to her two beautiful children, who she doted on and truly adored. Ry’Shaun and Ali were her daily motivation and their care and well-being were her top priority. Hannah’s commitment to Christ started at a very early age with seeds planted by her parents and nourished at Abundant Life Church. The consistency shown to her in her home and at her church impacted her spiritual walk. Hannah did not just attend church, she was actively involved in all things Jesus, enjoying youth trips and Bible studies. Learning all about Jesus was her passion from her early childhood onward. Hannah was a gifted and talented softball player. She began playing softball at the age of four, and her love for the sport intensified over the years. She was a member of the Opp High School Girl’s softball team, and served as the “clean-up” hitter – knocking home runs. Hannah was also a loyal and devoted Auburn fan.Hannah graduated from Opp High School in 2009. In high school, Hannah was a distinguished member of the Opp Marching Black and Gold band as a color guard and during concert season, she played the clarinet. Hannah went on to complete her Phlebotomy certification at Reid State Technical College in Evergreen, Alabama, graduating 2nd in her class!Hannah was a loyal and caring employee. She was working in her duties as a United States Postal rural route carrier at the time of her death. She was not just a mail carrier, she was a friendly visitor to those she served. She became that friend that the residents looked forward to seeing on her routes. She spent time with them and treated them with kindness. Hannah was that ray of sunshine spreading joy and making them feel special. Throughout her life, Hannah and her sister had a special and strong bond with her female cousins: Cecelia Teague, Amy Rayborn, Amelia McCord, Briana Walker, and Britini Holmes. As children, they shared many fun sleepovers at their grandmother’s house and they remained close as adults, going on many fun group trips to New Orleans and other destinations.Hannah leaves a loving family to cherish her memory: son Ry’Shaun Carpenter and daughter Aliyannah Carpenter of Opp, AL; parents Davy and Shellan “Shirley” Lindsey of Opp, AL; brother Stephen LaShaun Lindsey of Opp, AL; sister Kristy Michelle Davis of Dallas, GA; grandmothers Rebecca Lindsey and Eveleen Campbell both of Opp, AL; aunts Linda Sue Rayborn of Opp, AL; Carolyn Walker, Jackie (Dennis) Holmes, and Jennifer Rogers of Harvest, AL; Gloria Campbell of Opp, AL; uncles Willie Nathan Stoudermire and Leonard Campbell of Opp, AL; bonus siblings Carman Kelly, Zakina Hart, Tommy “Hobby” Stoudermire, Steven Price, Courtney Johnson, Apple Moore, Fred Tillis, Charity Stoudermire, and April Perry; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
To watch funeral services at 2:00pm, click link below