Daryl Lee Hane, 74, of Cameron, Mo., passed away Feb. 13 in Kansas City after losing his battle with COVID-19.
He was born Dec. 4, 1946, in Jefferson to Glen and Helen (Coughennower) Hane.
Daryl was a physical education teacher/coach for the Cameron R-1 School District until retiring from teaching in 2007. His love of sports kept him actively involved with coaching until 2020.
Preceding him in death: his parents and grandparents.
Survivors: wife Sherris Hane, of the home; daughter Betsey (Preston) Seymour, of Rifle, Colo.; sons Seth (Amy) Hane, and granddaughters Clara and Ellington Ann, of Bentonville, Ark.; and Joel Hane (fiancee Margaret Miller), of St. Joseph, Mo.; sisters Diane (Loren) Shriver, of Estes Park, Colo., and Sally Kendrick, of Des Moines; brother Chuck (Caryn) Hane, of Jefferson; nieces, nephews and his loving in-laws, the Snyder family.
Services were held Feb. 17 at the Cameron United Methodist Church, Cameron, Mo., with visitation at the church Feb. 16.
Burial: Highland Cemetery, Hamilton, Mo.
Memorial fund: The Cameron Educational Foundation, to benefit physical education and athletics, in memory of Daryl.
Online condolences: polandthompson.com
Arrangements were by the Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron, Mo.