Hannah Naugler Obituary, Death – The amount of love that was lost can never be measured, but what was lost cannot be quantified. The news that Hannah passed away peacefully on April 20 has brought about a state of tremendous sadness for all of us. We are very thankful that South Shore Regional Hospital provided Hannah with compassionate care and outstanding medical attention when she was a patient there.
As a result of this, Hannah made a full recovery. A very special thank you goes out to everyone who worked in the intensive care unit, including all of the nurses, respiratory therapists, support staff, and doctors Hughie Fraser and Heather Johnson. You all did an excellent job. It breaks my heart to learn that. I kept up with it on Facebook and wished for a positive resolution while simultaneously crossing my fingers. During this trying time, please accept my deepest condolences.
My thoughts are with you and your family. Because there are no suitable words to explain the pain that you, Troy, Noah, and Grace must be going through as a direct result of the terrible tragedy that has befallen your family, I will only say that I am sorry. It is really difficult to wrap one’s head around. Hannah is the recipient of an abundance of love and affection from your beautiful family. As you take the first halting steps toward recovery from this tragic loss, please know that you have my most sincere condolences and my unflinching support.
Because of the outpouring of love, prayers, and support that we have received from our family, friends, and the community, we are at a loss for words to fully communicate how appreciative we are for all of the support that we have received. It was certainly something that meant a great deal to both of us, and it was a source of inspiration that kept us going during this difficult time. This is a group that consists of Grace, Jennifer, Troy, and Noah.