Hannah Cleere Obituary, Death – On February 24, 2022, the cherished daughter and sister Hannah Gwen Cleere passed away in her home in Moscow, Idaho. She was there when she went away. On November 15, 2000, in the city of Boise, Idaho, Hannah Cleere, the second of Scott and Amanda Cleere’s three children, entered the world. Following that, Hannah called Mountlake Terrace, Washington, Montgomery, Texas, Oregon, Wisconsin, Saint Charles, Illinois, and Meridian, Idaho home. In May of 2019, Hannah earned her high school diploma from Mountain View High School in Meridian. After that, she uprooted her life to attend the University of Idaho in Moscow.
Hannah was a third-year student at the University of Idaho, where she was studying English with a concentration in Literature and Spanish as a secondary language. She intended to earn a master’s degree in library science at some point in the future. She held a position at the University Library during her time there. Hannah found the greatest amount of contentment when she was wrapped up in a good book. She enjoyed reading books and stories from a wide variety of literary genres and time periods, including poetry.
Hannah also took pleasure in spending time with her family and friends, and everyone who knew her could count on her for a friendly smile and a wry sense of humor at any moment. Hannah was a huge fan of listening to music, particularly rock, alternative, indie, and alternative pop, as well as the soundtracks to Studio Ghibli movies. Her interests included things like playing video games, going for walks in the woods, and baking. Additionally, she had a deep affection for her animals, especially Cookie, the family guinea pig, Pumpkin, the family cat, and Spongebob and Patrick, her fish.
Her great-grandparents Robert and Marjorie Cleere, as well as her uncle Dennis Anderson, passed away before Hannah was born. Hannah’s grandparents, David and Kathryn “Kay” Goggins, along with her parents, two siblings, Scott A. and Kathryn “Kat” Cleere, as well as several uncles, aunts, and cousins who were very important to her, are among those who will miss her greatly after her passing.