CHESTER — Margaret “Peg” Hanna of Chester passed away peacefully on November 28 at The Orchards at Foxcrest Pepperberry Suites. She was born on January 10, 1933 to the late Brady Miller and Ines (Haynes) Miller Smith in Lennyville, WV. On June 29, 1956, Margaret married Bernard G. Hanna at East Liverpool’s Orchard Grove United Methodist Church. After years apart, Margaret is now reunited with Bernard who preceded her in death on March 2, 1986.As a graduate of Wells High School’s class of 1950, Margaret remained active in class reunions and school luncheons. Margaret was employed and retired from the East Liverpool City School system.Family was everything to Margaret. All whose lives she touched will miss their sweet “Aunt Peg.” Margaret was kind, generous, and thoughtful; she loved sharing stories and laughs with family and friends. She gave from her heart and was present for anyone in need. She was especially proud and supportive of her granddaughter, Rebecca Hanna (PA-C) of Kissimmee, Florida and her grandson, Dr. Christopher Hanna (DPT) of Columbus, Ohio, having attended their many athletic and academic activities throughout the years.Some of the additional surviving family members whom she loved, who will in turn, greatly miss her include: her son Charles (Patricia) Hanna of Poland, Ohio; her sister Martha (Jack) Riley of Chester, WV; brothers Brady Miller and William (Audrey) Miller both of Lennyville, WV; nieces Royce (Randy) Eckleberry, Barbara Thornberry (Justin Phillips), and Jane Miller; and nephews Kenneth Miller, Richard (Tammy) Burch and Terry (Pam) Miller; and a host of great nieces/nephews and great, great nieces/nephews.In addition to her husband, Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Nora Jane Thornberry, Irene Lorella, and Mary Frame, sister-in-law Ina Gerwick, and brothers Marlin Miller, Allen Miller, James Miller, and Johnny Neff.On behalf of Margaret, her family would like to extend their appreciation to all the staff at The Orchards at Foxcrest Pepperberry Suites and Valley Hospice for the kindness and exceptional care that they provided.Per Margaret’s wishes, there will be no calling hours. A private service is planned for Nixon’s Funeral Home, after which, Margaret will be laid to rest next to her husband at Columbiana Memorial Park.