Thomas “Tom” William Hanson of Amarillo, formerly of Panhandle, passed away on September 1, 2022.
Services will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, September 6, 2022, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Jerry Lane and Danny Farrell officiating. Burial will be at Llano Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
Tom was born in Amarillo, TX on November 29, 1949, to Oneta and Isaac Hanson. He graduated from Panhandle High School in 1968. He excelled in athletics playing football, basketball, and track. His senior year, he was named All-State Halfback. After graduation, he attended Texas Christian University where he was a Halfback for the football squad. He also attended North Texas State and West Texas State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He earned an invitation to try out camp for the Oklahoma City Wranglers semi-pro football squad.
Tom was the past president of Panhandle Lions Club and the Founder and Director of Panhandle Alumni Games for American Cancer Society, a past member of Panhandle Quarterback Club, a past member of the Panhandle Chamber of Commerce, and a coach for Kids Inc. He also was a long-time member of Hillside Christian Church.
His favorite things to do were, catfishing with family, golf, and watching the Dallas Cowboys.
Tom was the owner and manager of a BBQ restaurant business for 20 years, and a landman for an Oil and Gas business for 15 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Oneta and Isaac Hanson; sister, Billie Jean Sullivan; brothers-in-law, Dale Joe Roselius, and Mike McKee; nephews, Danny Joe Roselius, Shawn P. Sullivan, and Mykle McKee; and niece, Jill Sullivan Johnson.
He is survived by his wife, Cindy Hanson; children, Chris Budd and wife Chandra, Robyn Weaver and husband Brad, and Bryce Hanson and wife Lynn; grandchildren, McKenzi McGill and husband Corbin, Keenan Weaver, Parker Weaver, Mazzy Budd, and Erin Priebe; and sister, Peggy Roselius.
Pallbearers will be Leslie Cleek, Brian Elliott, Hal Herndon, Matt Satterwhite, Wes Wester, Randy Griffith, Terry Wright, and Jay Bob Roselius.
Honorary Pallbearers will include, Windy Williams, Mark McAden, Gary Beddingfield, Keenan Weaver, Corbin McGill, and Ryan Mckee.
The family will receive friends from 2:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M., Sunday, September 4, 2022, at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home.
15 Replies to “Thomas “Tom” William Hanson”
Tommy, still think of you every day. So glad your pain & suffering is over. So thankful we were cousins & part of a wonderful family. Love your precious beautiful family.
Cindy and family my prayers are with you asking for your hearts .
I am so very sorry for your loss.
Dear Cindy and family,
May you find comfort in knowing others care and you’re in our thoughts and prayers.
You were the love of my life for 39 wonderful years. Jake and I miss you so much! You fought a long hard battle for many years and not once did you ever complain. I know these last few days have been so hard on you, but your wishes were carried out by keeping you at home surrounded by your children and I day and night.
Rest in pease my love until we are together again.
Cindy so sorry for your loss.
Thomas “Tom” William Hanson it cousin Jimmy I remember say Jimmy want a nickel and all the good memories the one special one is when you came to my wedding on March 11 2017 when you and Cindy met my princess Monique for the first time
Love Jimmy want a nickel love you always with all the Angels up in heaven
Dear Thomas “Tom” William Hanson your cousin Jimmy I remember you says Jimmy want a nickel all good memories I remember when you and Cindy came to my wedding on March 11th 2017. And u guys meeting my princess Monique
love Jimmy want a nickel
Thomas “Tom” William Hanson and family monique i just want to I have a good memory that I finally got to meet you and your wife on March 11 2017 that a great day to meet everyone we love very much
Love your family Mary jo Taylor monique Jon Jimmy
Tommy I have so many fond memories of our childhood like running through the water sprinklers together going to San Antonio with our families. We yelled yeah east yeah west as the adults were trying to decide which way to go. Going to Panhanle was very special to go to the show and go to church. You were not only my double cousin but my best friend The time that you Cindy Robyn and Chris lived in Arlington left us some great memories for our families . I will be looking forward to seeing you again soon I love you and your family so much.
Thinking of you Cindy. Although it’s been awhile since we worked together, I recognized Tom right away. May you and your family be comforted by all your sweet memories of him.
Love you Dad, thank you all for the kind words and caring.
Ohhhhh we just always loved eating at the Hickory Hut and seeing Tom! Prayers for the family.
Tommy, your birth one month after your Daddy, Ike & my brother, Jerry were killed in a boating accident , helped the entire family live & continue on with life. You were a very happy, cute baby. You have been a joy for me & I have always admired your ambition. Loved your barbecue that you always served with a smile. I remember you &Mary Jo sitting on our front porch in Kress, giggling about our dog Jack’s wise knot. He would grab the front wheel of the little red wagon & take off across the pasture with you or Mary Jo in the wagon. I’m so very sad that you had to feel bad for so long, but you have no pain now & got to meet your Daddy for the first time. Save me a place up there & hug my Viki for me!!!
Prayers for your family. May they remember all the sweet memories.
Ron & Becky (Martin) Pingelton
PHS Class 1967
My condolences for your loss. May the Lord give you peace beyond all understanding.