Hannah Folsom Obituary, Death – Her three sisters, Molly (Tyler) McDowell of Cedar Rapids, Addy (her twin), and Natalie First, are among the members of her family who have survived after her passing. Her parents, Lisa and Mike, as well as her twin sister, Addy, all managed to escape the fire unharmed. In addition, her maternal great-grandfather Victor Kraus and paternal great-grandfather Roy Null, both of whom passed away when she was young, as well as her maternal grandparents Mike
(Emily) Kraus and Nancy (Merle) Gerdes, as well as her paternal grandparents Marilyn (Doug) Picray and the late Lynn First, in addition to her maternal great-grandfather Victor Kraus and paternal great-grandfather Roy Null, both of whom also passed away when she was She was preceded in death by her great-grandmother Janice Kraus, as well as by her great-great-grandparents Marvin and Mabel Oltmann, Don and Ruth First, and Carlene Null. Her grandfather, Lynn First, was the family member
who passed away first after she lost other members of her family. It was he who came first. In addition to expressing their gratitude to Above and Beyond Hospice, the family would like to express their appreciation to all of the staff members at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, in particular Mary Schlapchol and Dr. Mohammed Milhem, for the consistent care and concern they have shown for the family over the course of the past 9 years.
In particular, the family would like to thank Dr. Mohammed Milhem for his dedication to the care of the family’s loved one. Since Hannah was given her diagnosis, our entire family, each and every one of our friends, and the entirety of the community of Monticello have shown an incredible amount of love and support. We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to each and every one of you, and we hope that you will do the same for us. We hope that you will take this opportunity to express your gratitude to us.