February 1, 1993 ~ March 27, 2021
Born in: Phoenix, AZ
Resided in: Hobart, IN
Hannah Olivia Kinnett, (Hannah Banana) 28, of Hobart, IN, passed away on March 27, 2021. She was born on February 1, 1993 in Phoenix, AZ to Kevin and Barbara (Henson) Kinnett. As a little girl she loved all the animals and tried bringing home as many as she could. She was sassy, feisty, and did whatever she wanted with a head full of beautiful curls and an adorable nose which she passed right on to the faces of her boys. She was a full-time homemaker and mother who gave all of her adult years to her children. In most recent years Hannah spent her life with her fiancé, David Trull who she loved dearly and provided a wonderful life for her and their children. Hannah loved California and loved the beach but more than anything she loved her kids. She died a very loved mother, sister, daughter, fiancé and friend. So many people love and care about her, far more than she ever fully understood. She will continue to be loved through her precious babies.
She is preceded in death by her beautiful mother, Barbara Cynthia Kinnett (Cindy). They are now together again.
Hannah is survived by her 6 children, Bentley 8 years old, Legend 6 years old, Phoenix 5 years old, Kashen 3 years old, Halo 1 and a half years old, and Truly 7 months old; fiancé David Trull of Hickory Hills, IL; father, Kevin Kinnett of Fairland, IN; brother, Justin Kinnett of Indianapolis, IN; sisters, April Kinnett of Crown Point, IN and Melissa Kinnett of Indianapolis, IN
Visitation will be from 2pm to 4pm on Monday, April 5, 2021 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46226. Any and all good stories, photos, and memories of Hannah are welcomed to be shared.
Flowers can be sent to the address above prior to services. Memorial contributions, cards, donations or other items for the boys may be made directly in the name of the child/children or to Melissa Kinnett. A celebration of life for her children to participate in will be arranged for a later date.
Thank you for coming together with us during this difficult time and being a wonderful support system for her 6 boys.
May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.
Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services
Rest peacefully, beautiful angel. You are back in the arms of your mom. You live on forever through your boys. Gone way too soon. God, please wrap your arms around her boys and hold them tight.
Love yu Sister
I have many amazing memories watching Miss Hannah grow up as a teenager into a young woman at her sisters place on the north side of Indy.
(A good amount of years ago)
She will be greatly missed by all that knew her but never forgotten for she will live on through her boys 🖤 who will honor her in the way they live their own lives.
Through kindness and love.
Rest in heaven darling </3
I love you Hannah. I have a million memories that go as back as far as i can remember. Probably about 3 years old. I will cherish them forever. Our family has never been perfect but one thing that has always shined through was love for one another. Our love will carry onto your boys to make sure they have a good and bright life. Rest in peace beautiful ❤️ -your niece maddy
Hannah I will always love you. You will forever live in my heart an soul along w/ the memories in my mind of you as a beautiful child you will forever be dancing💓
We never would have felt ready to say good-bye to someone as special as Hannah, but this timing feels especially tough. Wishing your family comfort and strength for the days and weeks ahead. I’ll be praying for all of you. ❤
Hannah I’m so sorry I wish I could’ve been there 💔 ohhh my heart is breaking
I love you sister! The struggle is real! I’m right behind you dear. I can’t do it anymore either.