Allen Bruce Hanger, Jr.

allen hanger, jr.
Survivors include Allen's wife of 57 years, Delores Hanger; children Lawrence (Sally) Hanger & Kathleen (Wade) Anderson; & grandchildren, Kyle, Keith, & Peyton.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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Memories Timeline


  1. Dear Dee, Larry & Kathy, It’s hard to believe we bought those houses in Vienna Woods 50+ years ago. We are so sorry to hear about Al and you all have our deepest sympathy. Love, Gene & Horace

  2. Dear Mrs H, Larry & Kathy I wanted to send my prayers to you all . Thank you for sharing Al with us on the REACT team it my sincer honor to work with him on the various events .

  3. Sorry to hear about Al — we often worked channel 9 at the same time; he worked so hard organizing the “coffee breaks” on Rte 66..a most faithful member of the Herndon team.. My deepest sympathy.. Carolyn Wolf (FairfAx 405)

  4. It seems to be the end of an era, now that Al is gone. I loved that time we all spent together over the years. I have been praying for the family to be conforted for as long as it takes. It has been a real treat knowing Al, and he has been a good friend to me as well as Rick. I am truly sorry about Al, and I send my best to the whole family, especially Delores. Love, Linda

  5. I met 606 back in 1988, when I was looking for a way to give back to my community. Through him, I became a member of Herndon R.E.A.C.T., Inc. and proudly assisted the community at his side for the next 20 years. It was a great honor to have stood at his side during all of the events, and his was a calming voice on the radio on 9/11. 606, your Mic may be silenced forever, but your memory will live on in our hearts and minds. All units, All Units, Event clear, 606 standing down, KAB5425 signing off. Caz Alban (659) & Rich Amdur (658) (Covington, GA)

  6. He Made me a better person. If you give your word you keep it and the job isn’t done till it’s over. He never asked of me anything he wasn’t willing to stand beside me and do as well. Of course I am sad at his passing but the people I am most sad for are all those he helped and they didn’t know it and all the people he didn’t get the chance to help. Al was sometimes a difficult man, but men of character often are. They challenge us by their example, their willingness to get involved and their strength even if they are the last one standing. I will miss him, 35 clear

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