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HANNAH BLAIR FORD

February 17, 2004 ~ April 8, 2022 (age 18)

Obituary


Hannah Blair Ford was born on February 17, 2004, in Orlando, Florida to Damien and Amanda Ford. Hannah walked into the loving arms of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on April 8, 2022, at the age of 18. 
Hannah was preceded in death by her paternal uncle, Jonathan Holley and her maternal uncle, Oscar Ochoa. Hannah is survived by her parents, Damien Ford of Ocoee, Florida, and Amanda Ochoa of Chicago, Illinois; three siblings, Genesis Ford of Tampa, Florida, Damien Ford Jr. of Ocoee, Florida and Johnathon Ford of Ocoee, Florida; paternal grandparents, Johnnie Lee Holley (Sheila) of Tildenville, Florida, and Kerrie Owens (Harry) of Ocoee, Florida; maternal grandparents Ramiro Ochoa Sr. (Maria) and nana Yvonne Irene McIntyre; paternal aunt and uncles, Harry Owens, Jason Owens (Solana) and Desmond Owens; maternal aunt and uncles, Ramiro Ochoa, Jr., Dalila Lazaro (Renato), Samuel Bernal, Carlos Ochoa; cousins, Isaiah, Desaria, Ethan, Jayciani, Jaylani and S’mores and her beloved dogs, Dakoda, Falcon, Kolibri and Chula.
From the moment Hannah was born, she radiated a light that will forever shine. She was loved instantly by many, and as she grew, people only became more enchanted by her. By her positive attitude and the ability to never let a rainy day stop her parade. Hannah was born with Spina Bifida, a neural tube defect leaving her with limited use of her legs and other medical challenges, but she never once let that stop her from accomplishing everything she set out to do. She was the purest soul who was not only determined, but courageous with a heart of gold.
Hannah attended Orange County Public schools through the duration of her academic career. She was currently in the 11th grade and was being home schooled since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. She had hopes of becoming an architect or veterinarian. Both of which she would have been amazing at. Hannah was creative, and loved anything that involved fashion, music, drawing, and design. Over the course of her lifetime, she tried many things, including piano, guitar, ukulele, and she most recently received a sewing machine where she had hopes of starting a fashion line. Over the course of her life, she was involved in the Special Olympics where she won dozens of awards competing in a multitude of different events. 
Hannah was a one-of-a-kind person. Someone who had the soul of a thousand suns. Her family describes her as the most selfless individual who always put others before herself. She was full of life and laughter. There was not a moment Hannah did not fill a room with love and her miraculous smile. A smile that could brighten your worst day. 
People are placed on this earth to make a difference, and that she did. She taught us how to be a better person. How to be more understanding and move through life with grace no matter what challenges she was presented with. She was an inspiration to many, and her soul will live through the hearts of her family every day. There is not a day that goes on where she will not be missed, and there is not a fleeting moment where the love she had for her family will not guide their hearts and actions. “What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes part of us”. She will be missed by all her family and friends.

 

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Services

Wake
Friday
April 15, 2022

5:00 PM
CHIEF CORNERSTONE LOVE OUTREACH
820 SOUTH PARK AVENUE
WINTER GARDEN, FL 34787

Funeral Service
Saturday
April 16, 2022

2:00 PM
JUDAH CHURCH CENTRAL
7649 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE, SUITE 110
ORLANDO, FL 32818

Committal
Saturday
April 16, 2022

3:30 PM
ORLANDO MEMORIAL GARDENS
5264 INGRAM ROAD
APOPKA, FL 32703

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