Hannah Dardashti death and obituary, Experience Designer at Think Company
Hannah was, and still is, such a wonderful soul. She and I worked together but became fast friends. About life, work and our passion to help others and make life better. She was always so helpful and thoughtful, and I cherish the time we work together and maintain a close relationship. This news hurts but I am grateful for the time Hannah and I spent together and that despite the limited amount of time we had to know each other as colleagues we became friends and even shared moments of joy, appreciation and joy that can give Inspiration from each other’s lives. Hannah, we will miss your light in the world. My deepest condolences to her family and everyone who knew her. She will be dearly missed.
Hannah, our dear Hannah. I only know your smile. From the giggling kid who first crawled under the dinner table to the grinning beauty at the wedding. I can’t bear the thought that you have suffered so much to leave us. Our Sabbath chocolate memes live on, but I’m more likely to share jokes like this. The world is a darker place without you. I hope God has great plans for you in another area. We will miss your light on earth so much.
Hannah gave me this rock a few years ago. I keep it next to my bed, although I don’t understand why, nor do I fully understand what it means. When I heard the sad news, I picked it up and held it in my hand. I now believe this is a message to all who loved her, to help them understand, grieve and heal. She is so special. During our relationship, she taught me a lot. I feel lucky to have known her.