Lawrence E. Hanlon
Lawrence E. Hanlon

March 1, 1940 - November 23, 2012
Resided in Greendale, WI
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Hanlon Lawrence E. "Larry"
Passed away Friday November 23, 2012. Age 72.
Husband of the late Kathleen (Nee McAleer) for 44 years.
Father of Patrick (Ann) and Michael (Lori).
Grandpa of Kelly, Jack, Daniel, Connor and Thomas.
Brother of Marguerite (Ray) Ingold and the late Joan Hanlon.
Lifelong friend of Ron Wojack, Jim Hinds and Charles Serwin.
Further survived by many relatives and friends.

Visitation at the funeral home Monday, November 26, 4-7pm. Vigil service at 6:30pm. Mass of Christian Burial at St Alphonsus Church, 6060 W. Loomis Rd, Greendale, Tuesday, November 27, 10:30 AM Private Burial at Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials appreciated to the Greenfield Education Foundation, 4850 S. 60th Street, Greenfield, WI 53220.

Larry was a teacher at Greenfield High School and MATC in Business Education for 35 years and a proud graduate of UW-Whitewater. He helped his father found and operate the Hanlon A&W as a young man, and matured to become a great and supportive father and grandpa. He was always available for his family and friends- to go for a drive, help with a project or simply have a bite to eat. We will miss him dearly.

Max A. Sass and Sons
Funeral and Cremation Service
Greenridge Chapel
4747 S. 60th Street 414-282-4050


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Max A. Sass & Sons Greenridge Chapel
4747 So. 60th Street
Greenfield, WI US 53220
Monday, November 26, 2012
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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St. Alphonsus Church
6060 W. Loomis Road
Greendale, WI US 53129
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
10:30 AM


Greenfield Education Foundation
4850 S. 60th Street
Greenfield, WI 53220
With your commitment and support... the Greenfield Education Foundation will achieve its mission to expand the educational experience for Greenfield Students by focusing on the following goals: *Increase opportunities for students to enroll in technical schools, universities and post-secondary colleges by providing financial assistance through expanding the number of scholarships available to high school graduates. *Provide grants for teachers to implement instructional improvement strategies and enhance the teaching-learning process for students. *Provide additional opportunities for students to participate in local, regional, national and international competitions and conferences.