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Early this morning KCPD officer Matt Hannah and his family suffered a total loss of their home and personal property to fire. Officer Hannah and his family are all doing well, but lost all of their personal belongings to the fire. The Red Cross placed the Hannah family in an area hotel. Included is a list of items the family is in immediate need of. Officer Hannah has nine children ages ranging from 2 years to 16 years old. Below is a list of clothing sizes for the children:
Hannah family needs:
For his boys:
Shoes: mens size 11; mens size 1; and childrens size 12
Pants: 32x30; 7T- 5 pair for 2 boys Dan and Truman; 4T; and 12 month old
Shirts: Mens L; Children’s 8T; Children’s 5T; 18 month old
For his girls:
Shoes: womens size 9; womens size 5; childs size 4; toddler size 12
Skirts: women’s size 8 knee length skirt; women’s size 4 knee length skirt; child large; and 3T
Shirts: women’s medium; children’s large; and 3T
New Pillows for each person (11 total)
Diapers: boxes of size 5 and 4 diapers plus baby wipes
Gift cards to Wal-Mart, Target, etc. for specific personal needs of the family i.e. hygiene products, specific clothes and Christmas gifts.
The CARE Team has also been activated and will be assisting.
The KC Police Credit Union has established a relief account for Matt Hannah and his family. Contributions can be made directly to the account. The Credit Unions number is 816-504-2800.
Any donations may also be dropped off at any KCMO Police Station where they will be picked up and delivered to the Hannah family.
The Hannah family wants to thank everyone for their overwhelming support.
Contact the Media Unit 816-234-5170 or Sgt. Rod Gentry at for further questions.