John J. “Jack” Hahn, 84, formerly of Duke Center passed away on Friday (January 07, 2022) at the Bradford Ecumenical Home.
Born on July 09, 1937 he was the son of John B. and Mary Lander Hahn. On February 02, 1957 he married Carol Jean who preceded him in death May 2004.
John was a 1956 graduate of Otto School and previously was employed by Phillips-Dart and Pennzoil Production.
He enjoyed taking care of his parents and going on vacation with his daughters.
Surviving are three daughters; Brenda Long (Bruce White) of Duke Center, Cindy (Don) Oltmann of Caledonia, NY., and Debbie (Jerry) Halliday of Duke Center, one brother; Gregory (Ann) Hahn of Boston, NY., six grandchildren; Danielle (Quentin) Bradt of Gulfport, MS., Angela Copponi of Gulfport, MS., Emily (James Moore) Oltmann of Chicago, IL., Jacob Oltmann of Caldonia, NY., JT (Marianne) Halliday Jr. of Midland, PA., and Joshua (Angelina) Halliday of Chesterland, OH.; seven great grandchildren; Dakoda Bradt, Makenna Bradt, Madison Copponi, Chelsea Copponi, and Alexis Halliday, Tony Halliday and Connor Halliday.
Preceding him in death including his parents and wife are three brothers; Paul Hahn, Lloyd Hahn, and his twin brother Jerry, three sisters; Eileen Holly, Bernice Ward, and Anna Wells, two great grandchildren; Andrew Halliday, Jacob Halliday.
Visitation will be held on Monday (January 10, 2022) at the Frame Funeral Home from 2-4pm and 6-8pm. A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Tuesday (January 11, 2022) at St. Raphael’s Church at 11 am with Father Joe Gutting officiating.
Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, American Parkinson’s Disease Association, or the American Parkinson’s Disease Association, or The American Cancer Society.
To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of John J. "Jack" Hahn, please visit our floral store.