Hannah Marie Hidalgo passed away unexpectedly at the age of 14 on August 4, 2019, in Shiawassee County, Michigan.
Hannah was born on November 29, 2004, in Ann Arbor, and lived in Williamston with her parents, Jessica and Aaron Hidalgo, her big sister Alyssa, and her “fur babies” (dogs, Pudgy and Max, and cat, Cat).
Hannah was a free spirit who enjoyed making others laugh, spending time with her friends (both in person and on social media), sleeping in, and hanging out at the beach on Lake Michigan. Hannah’s favorite color was yellow, which fit her bright and sunny personality. Hannah also loved Winnie the Pooh, running cross country, and performing in school plays in Williamston and Haslett, including Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Cinderella, and The Music Man.
Hannah was a kind person who had a knack for reaching out to and caring for others. She was a good listener and naturally brought joy to those whose lives she touched. She attended schools in Williamston, Haslett, and Perry, and mastered the ability to ‘make new friends, but keep the old.’ Hannah also had a natural gift with children, and always looked out for her younger cousins.
Hannah will always be loved by her parents, Jessica and Aaron Hidalgo, her big sister Alyssa, her grandparents, Judy and Augie Meyers (Howell) and Cheryl and Lawrence Hidalgo Jr. (Williamston), her aunts and uncles, Dennis and Josie Meyers (Howell), Jeremy and Trina Hidalgo (Williamsburg), and Matthew and Danielle Crowe (Rockford), and her cousins, Joshua Meyers, Gavin and Carson Hidalgo, and Simon, Jonah, and Clara Crowe.
We will celebrate Hannah’s life on Thursday, August 8, 2019, at 11 a.m. at Family Life Wesleyan Church (formerly Rowley Wesleyan Church), 3720 Rowley Rd., Williamston, MI 48895. There will be a visitation on Thursday one hour prior to the memorial at the church.