01/07/1947 - 03/22/2021

Dwayne “Gus” Hann, a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend was called to Heaven on March 22, 2021.  He was surrounded with love by his wife and children who will continue to honor his legacy by living their lives to the fullest.

Dwayne was born on January 7, 1947 to Gladys and Leon Hann in Marion, Indiana.  Dwayne spent most of his childhood in Marion alongside his parents and older brother, Don Hann.  Dwayne was a member of the 1965 Marion Giants basketball team which was inducted in 2019 into the Grant County Hall of Fame.  He met his wife, Cyndy at Marion High School at the age of sixteen. They both went on to Indiana University where Dwayne, a proud Hoosier earned his Bachelor’s Degree and MBA.

Dwayne and Cyndy were married in August of 1969 and were later blessed with three children, Brian, Betsy and Katie.  Dwayne had a lengthy and successful career in the pharmaceutical industry for 43 years that began in Indiana and led him to New Jersey before retiring to Scottsdale, Arizona.

It was the simple pleasures in life that brought Dwayne the most joy.  He truly enjoyed spending time reminiscing with friends, was passionate about watching IU sports, enjoyed riding his bike, golfing and loved a good glass of scotch.  Most importantly, he loved spending time with his family and seven grandchildren. This brought Dwayne the most joy in his life.

Dwayne’s kindness, smile and boisterous laugh will be greatly missed but never forgotten.  He is survived by his wife Cyndy of 51 years, his son Brian (his wife Cortney and their children Lily, Gus and Max), daughter Betsy (her husband Jon and their children Jacob and Molly), and daughter Katie (her husband Tony and their children, Ben and Emma.)

To honor Dwayne donations can be made by mail or online to the Grant County Family YMCA.  All donations will benefit the youth program at the Coliseum where Dwayne played his high school basketball games in Marion, Indiana.


Grant County Family YMCA

123 Sutter Way

Marion, Indiana 46952


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  • All my love to the family. We cherish our memories w Dwayne. Hugs.

  • Marshall Family

    We adore your beautiful family. Sending love and hugs to all of you.❤️


    Sharon and I send our sincere condolences. My memories of Dwayne are full of warmth. He always appeared cheerful when visiting Knoll. He was a great listener. I enjoyed our meetings very much. We also laughed a lot. Rest in peace.

  • Still in absolute shock. I have a lot of wonderful memories of time spent with Dwayne and Cyndy. He will truly be missed. My sincerest condolences to the entire family.

  • Gina Hann Barnes and Paul Barnes

    I loved my older cousin! He and his brother Don were a lot of fun! Our condolences to his family! Rest in peace Dwayne!

  • Bill and Marsha Bare

    We send our love to the family of such a Great Man, Dwayne Hann. Dwayne’s beautiful smile and delightful way will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace… Cyndy know you are in our thoughts and prayers as you go through the days ahead. We love you❣️

  • Greg & Connie Weaver Lake

    Our deepest sympathy to Cyndy, Brian, Betsy & Katie. So many beautiful memories of Dwayne. He will be missed by so many. Rest In Peace our dear friend.

  • He was our best man at our wedding and I always loved his presence. He was exceptional!

  • Gerald and Sue Beth Bendele

    Dwayne was one of my favorite people! He was kind, funny, patient and a good friend to Gerald and myself. Love his wife and children and miss seeing them!

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