Jane C. Hanna, a bank manager and active member of the Methodist Church, died of a heart attack July 29 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Cockeysville resident was 79.
Born Dorothy Jane Chilcoat in Baltimore and raised in Sparks, she was a 1942 graduate of the old Sparks High School. She attended Strayer Business College in downtown Baltimore.
She began working as a teller at the old Sparks State Bank on York Road in the 1950s. She retired in the late 1980s as assistant vice president and manager of its Maryland Line branch.
She was an active member of the Gunpowder 4-H Club and Bosley United Methodist Church, where she was treasurer of the Women's Fellowship.
In 1948, she married Daniel R. Hanna. Her husband, a former Hutzler's department store manager, died in 2001.
Services were held Saturday at the Maryland Masonic Home in Cockeysville, where she lived for 18 months.
Mrs. Hanna is survived by a daughter, Diane Hanna Diven of Sparks; two brothers, Charles B. Chilcoat Jr. of Timonium and Harry Chilcoat of Stewartstown, Pa.; two sisters, Charlotte Chilcoat Hanna of Sparks and Helen Chilcoat Crosby of Hagerstown; and a grandson.