A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Trinity Episcopal Church, 371 Delaware Ave., for Joan Harriman Dann, a lifelong Buffalo resident and community volunteer. She died May 25, 2001, in Buffalo General Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was 73.
Ms. Dann was the daughter of Lewis Harriman, who was the president of the Manufacturers & Traders Trust Co. (now M&T Bank) from 1924 to 1954.
Born in Buffalo, Ms. Dann graduated from Elmwood Franklin School and attended Buffalo Seminary. She graduated from the Chatham Hall School in Chatham, Va. She had an associate's degree from Briarcliff College.
She went on to become a homemaker and then an agent for Hunt Real Estate.
She was a longtime member of the Garret Club and a former member of the Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club. She was an accomplished tennis player.
She was also a strong supporter of charitable and cultural organizations in the region, including the Church Mission of Help, Trinity Episcopal Church, the SPCA, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Buffalo General Hospital.
She enjoyed the outdoors, especially at her summer residence in Lorraine Bay, Ont.
Surviving are two sons, Christopher H. of Buffalo and Radcliffe III of Lockport; a daughter, Helen G. of Royston, Ga.; a sister, Ann H. White of Hobe Sound, Fla.; four brothers, Lewis Harriman Jr. of Portsmouth, N.H., Jack Harriman of Los Angeles, William Harriman of Kingston, Jamaica, and Thomas Harriman of Santa Barbara, Calif.; and two grandchildren.