Ourso Funeral Home

134 Houmas Street, Donaldsonville, LA


Ronald "Ronnie" Hahn

March 10, 1941March 13, 2020

Ronald “Ronnie” Hahn, 79, a native of Donaldsonville and resident of Springfield, passed away on Friday, March 13, 2020. Ronnie was a loving father, grandfather, sibling and friend. He adored his grandchildren and family. Ronnie was Head Elder at his Hammond Seventh Day Adventist Church and loved his church family. He had a passion for crafts, woodworking and welding. Ronnie leaves behind to cherish his memory his two children, Darrin Hahn (Brenda) and Erin Henderson (Kevin); three grandchildren, Seth Henderson, Taylor Hahn and Bryleigh Henderson; three siblings, Sharon Roberts, EJ Hahn (Donna) and David Hahn (Nanette); two sister-in-laws, Barbara Hahn and Loretta Hahn and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife, Sandra Hahn, parents, Gussie and Emma Hahn; six siblings and their spouses, Peggy and Louis Daigle, Dace and Earline Hahn, Betty and Thomas Dupre, Gerald and Shelia Hahn, Allen and Lee Hahn and Armand Stein Jr. The family would like to thank Clarity Hospice, his church family and all of his family and friends who stood by his side. Visitation will be on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at Ourso Funeral Home in Donaldsonville from 9am until service at 12pm. Officiating the service will be Pastor Daniel Hoover. Burial to follow in the St. Jules Catholic Cemetery.


  • Visitation Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Burial Tuesday, March 17, 2020


Ronald "Ronnie" Hahn

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Wayne & Robin Broussard

March 16, 2020

I remember how supportive he was when I went to the Hammond to speak for the service. He encouraged me and had faith to believe I could do it. I know we’ll see each other again at the resurrection morning. I hope to encourage his family in their hours of grief. Remember no more pain for him. RIP Robin

Henry and Pat White

March 16, 2020

What a sweet man. We loved to see him come visit Erin and Kevin and kids. We lived across the road at the time. He always took time to visit with us and share a story or two that made us smile. We will remember him fondly.
Our sincere sympathy to all of you.
We sure miss living across the road from our friends, Erin, Kevin, Seth and Bryleigh.
Love, Henry and Pat

Kevin Roberts

March 16, 2020

Gonna miss receiving your lil wooden creation at Christmas time. Not to mention hearing you tell your joke and seeing you laugh so hard you start to cry. R.I.P till we meet again and thank you for all you did for me my sister and my mom (your sister)

Donna Jones

March 15, 2020

It’s so heartbreaking to lose someone you love. My deepest sympathies to the entire Hahn & Henderson families. Uncle Ronnie was such a great man and always had a positive attitude in life. I came across this pic that was taken at my dads house when the whole family often got together. The entire Hahn brothers & sisters were the life of the party. Those were the best times of my life. Rest In Peace, Uncle Ronnie. We all love you so much! 🙏🏼💔

Penny Kennedy

March 15, 2020

I was his CNA I took care of him Monday Wednesday Fridays he was always smiling very kind to me he always said a prayer before we left and he always said penny I'm praying angels upon your shoulders cuz I know God sent you to me he always joked and laughed and made me smile and I love him very dearly for the little time I had with him and we'll miss him very dearly

Wayne & Elizabeth Bordelon

March 15, 2020

Our prayers go out to the Hahn Family at this time of great loss and sorrow. Ronnie will be missed so very much by his church family. He was a true blessing to our church.

Helen Szekely

March 15, 2020

My prayers go to all Ronnie's family for healing. He was a great servant of God and someone very comforting and easy to know. God used him in my life at just the correct time. He was a special man. Placing all your family in Gods loving hands for healing!