Sgt Robert “Scott” Hanna

November 9, 2019 25 Condolences Print Obituary

1962-2019

Scott lost a short but heroic battle with cancer on November 2, 2019. Gone to soon but never forgotten. Predeceased by his mother Arlene Hanna, Scott leaves behind his wife Dawn Parlby, stepchildren Kendall DeVries (Kyle Petrik) and Gabrielle Parlby, his father David Hanna (Doreen Todd), sister Dawn (Mark) Kuzemski, nephew Cole Pethybridge, niece Lara Pethybridge, and favorite Aunt Faye Acton.

Scott devoted most of his life to the Royal Canadian Airforce. He spent 39 years in service to his country as an AVN technician, recruiter and too many other roles to mention. He was deployed to Haiti, Kosovo, Africa and other countries in need throughout his service. His belief was that although he couldn’t change the past, he would try to change the future.

Much love and respect to the 408 Squadron Edmonton and 410 Squadron Cold Lake who held him dear as their brother in arms, friend and associate. A memorial service will be held for Scott at the 408 Squadron the second week of December, exact date to be announced. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Scott’s name to Valour Place, North Edmonton

  1. My deepest condolences to the family. Scott and I were very good friends when I lived in Edmonton. He always had kind words, ready and willing to help those in need of kind words and truly wore his heart on his sleeve. Scott will be missed by everyone whose heart he touched. RIP Scott, you were a dear and true friend. I will always hold you close in my heart and thoughts…❤

    • Scott…. You always enjoyed a nice conversation.
      This is really hard to accept right now.
      Rest in peace, friend.

      • Sincere sympathy to Scott’s family. May you rest in peace.

      • I met Scott in 410 Sun Cold Lake. I remember him as a professional technician and team leader. My condolences to those he left behind. Through adversity to the stars.

  2. Oh this is such a shock, I only spoke to Scott once in the last couple years….my condolences to his friends and family. We go way back to the late 80’s and I remember so many good times and so much fun. Scott was always looking out for the people he cared about. He was a great guy, a bit serious at times but a good heart. This is very sad.

  3. Rest In Peace Scott, a great mentor and kind individual. Always there with a solution and a helping hand. It was great serving with Scott at 408 THS. My condolences to his family and the RCAF family. Rest easy; For Freedom.

  4. My heartfelt condolences to the family.Scott you will be missed,but not forgotten. I will always remember the good times we had in 408 Sqn. We will meet again in Valhalla. God’s Speed my friend

  5. No word can convey the sorrow you must feel. Forever in our hearts and never will be forgotten!

  6. I worked with Scott at 408 Sqn, he was a professional and caring gentleman who impacted many new technicians through his dedication and love of aviation.
    My thoughts are with all his family and friends in Edmonton.
    RIP

  7. My condolences to Scott’s family, I worked with Scott at VU33 in Comox and at 408 Sqn in Edmonton, I remember him as a happy guy and he loved that blue car, a Monte Carlo I think, cherish the good times.

    • Condolences to Scott’s family. We are to each other a continuation of the sense of compassion, empathy and loyalty Scott reflected throughout his life.

    • Well said Ray, Scott was one of the good ones and his professionalism was an inspiration to everyone he came into contact with. He will be sorely missed in the Canadian Armed Forces.

  8. Scott, bless you in the heavens above, may you fly with the angels, and fix the wings above us. may you family be blessed with greatest of love and memories so sorry, Glad to have worked with you so long ago.✨✨you are a hero..✨✨✨

  9. My deepest condolences. I I worked with Scott in Edmonton. He was the man the taught me the basics when I joined the squadron. He was a mainstay at 408 Squadron. Rest in peace, and all the best to his family. May he rest in peace.

    • Our condolences to the family. I worked with Scott in 435 Sqn many years ago. A good tech and a great person. A loss to the community.

    • Please accept my condolences on the passing of Scott. It was an honor to have known such a great person. May God embrace you in comfort during this difficult time.

  10. I had the honor to work with Scott at 410 Sqn. His passion and professionalism were displayed daily, greatly impressing all those who came to know him. Rest in peace my friend.

    Per ardua ad astra

  11. Sincere condolences, Scott was a great trainer and a mentor for the 408 Squadron family you be miss always ready to lend a hand and helped with training Rest In Peace my friend , my heart and thought are with your family.

  12. My sympathy to the family

  13. Condolences to his family , just found out about scott, Lost a good friend and brother, this hits me hard , scott and I were posted to CFB Edmonton and spent a number of years together there, Scott was the friendliest most easy going guy you could ever meet. I will miss him !!!! Rip Brother

  14. My freind of 30 years it started in cfb comic there’s to ma y memories to say he was a brother in arms he will be dearly missed Scott we see each other one day your brother allways

  15. Good bye to a freind of 30 years my brother you’ll be missed from all them who love you rest in peace scott

  16. Scott worked for me and with me in 408 Sqn and was a professional in all he did. You will be missed my brother.

  17. I met Scott when I first got to the Squadron in 2000, and had the pleasure of coming back to spend time with him twice more at 408 THS after my initial tour. He was a constant and great presence, a sage mentor for all ranks, and just great company – someone you wanted to be around and have around. He will be missed. I am glad to have had the pleasure of serving with him. Our condolences to his family for the loss of a member of yours and our flock. Trevor, Heather and Hillary Teller

  18. Dawn, so sorry about your loss. Scott was such a friendly guy. You and your family are in our prayers.

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