Nabil Hanna El Hanna, age 84, passed away June 5,2022. Nabil was born to Hanna Elias El Hanna and Hana Habib Khoury in Haifa, Palestine. Nabil and his 4 siblings had a wonderful childhood until their parents took the children and fled to Lebanon during the start of the Israeli Nation State.They settled in Lebanon where Nabil graduated high school in 1956 at Brummana High School. He chose to go to college in Germany where he earned a Master of Mechanical Engineering Degree and majored in processing technology, graduating from Technische Hochschula Karl-Marx-Stadt in 1972. He lived in Germany for 10 years before returning to Lebanon. There he met the love of his life, Mona. They married in 1981 during the Lebanese Civil War and, six months after their marriage, they were evacuated to Mona's hometown, Binghamton, NY, in the United States.While living in Binghamton, Nabil worked for Link Aviation. Three years after moving to the United States, Nabil had to leave his wife to work in Dallas, Texas for Texas Instruments. Better opportunities came a year after he moved to Texas. He had found a great job in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where they would battle many obstacles all while growing closer as partners. In 1995, Nabil received his certification as a proprietor broker in real estate while continuing to work as a mechanical engineer. He then joined the National Association of Realtors.Nabil enjoyed spending time with his soul mate, Mona. He also enjoyed events and gatherings with his close friends and family. He looked forward to every phone call from his brother Sadik and cherished the memories he made on a trip to see his brothers in Greece. He always was overjoyed to hear from his cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters Hellen and Hilda, and brother Camile. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Mona Hanna, brother Sadik Hanna, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was truly loved by so many and will forever be missed by all who cared for him.Viewing will be Monday, June 13, 2022, from 9 am to 4 pm and the funeral will be Tuesday at 2 pm, both at Smith & Kernke on N. May Ave.