Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI


Dennis James "Denny" Hahn

September 28, 1950July 7, 2014
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Denny Hahn Age 63 July 7, 2014

Denny was the loving husband of Kim for over 32 years. He is also survived by his children: Victoria (Steve) Griffith, Deanna (Steve) Chappell, Jason (Angie) Hahn, Lauryn Hahn and Katlyn Hahn, ten grandchildren: Alexandra, Mitchell, Candace, Stephen, Emma, Aiden, Tyler, Cole, Aubrey and Hayden, his siblings: Edward Hahn, Cathy Stites, Kevin (Jan) Green, Karyn (Frank) Harvey, Keith (Karen) Green and Kent (Dawn) Green and many nieces and nephews.

Denny enjoyed watching Detroit sports, camping and drinking Budweiser and Baileys. He really liked music especially Elvis, Motown, Dion and the Beach Boys. More than anything, Denny loved spending time with his family and friends.

Denny also loved cheering on his daughter Katlyn as she competed in Special Olympics events. He also enjoyed all of her friends at Monday night bowling where he was affectionately known as “Big Daddy”.

Denny worked and made good friends at Northland Shopping Center since 1969.

Denny is now enjoying the party in Heaven with his mother Lila, Uncle Leo, in laws Joan and Ed, brother in law Kraig, cousin Michael, Uncle Ellis and his childhood friend, Jim Utley.

The memorial visitation will take place at Harry J. Will Funeral Home 37000 Six Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48152 on Thursday, July 10 from 3-8 pm and Friday, July 11 from 10-11:00 am. and the memorial service will be at the funeral home on Friday at 11:00.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Arc of Northwest Wayne Co. : the sports division (Special Olympics) 26049 5 Mile Rd, Redford Charter Township, MI 48239 (313) 532-7915 www.thearcnw.org.

The Next Place The next place that I go will be as peaceful and familiar as a sleepy summer Sunday and a sweet, untroubled mind. And yet, it won’t be anything like any place I’ve ever been… or seen… or even dreamed of in the place I leave behind. I won’t know where I’m going, and I won’t know where I’ve been as I tumble through the always and look back toward the when. I’ll glide beyond the rainbows. I’ll drift above the sky. I’ll fly into the wonder, without ever wondering why. I won’t remember getting there, somehow I’ll just arrive. There will be no room for darkness in the place of living light, where the ever-dawning morning pushes back the dying night. The very air will fill with brilliance, as the brightly shining sun and the moon and half a million stars are married into one. I will not be a boy or girl, a woman or a man, I’ll simply be just simply me. No worse or better than. I will finally be perfect. I will be without a flaw. I will never make one more mistake, or break the smallest law. I will travel empty-handed. There is not a single thing I‘ve collected that I would ever want to bring EXCEPT…… The love of those who loved me, the warmth of those who cared, the happiness and memories and magic that we shared. Though I will know the joy of solitude… I’ll never be alone I’ll be embraced by all the family and friends I’ve ever known. Although I might not see their faces, all our hearts will beat as one, and the circle of our spirits will shine brighter than the sun. I will cherish all the friendship I was fortunate to find, all the love and all the laughter in the place I leave behind. All these good things will go with me. They will make my spirit glow. And my light will shine forever in the next place that I go. The Next Place Author Warren Hanson


  • Memorial Visitation

    Thursday, July 10, 2014

  • Continued visitation

    Friday, July 11, 2014

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, July 11, 2014


Dennis James "Denny" Hahn

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Lauryn Hahn

September 2, 2014

Think about you everyday Dad. Keep hoping the pain will go away, but it still hasn't. Wish you were here so much. I Love You.

Dennis Sharp

August 4, 2014

Denny was a great help to me and my fellow cable technicians as we tried to navigate the mall. We will all miss you.

July 29, 2014

I'm so sorry about your loss. Please take comfort in the scripture at James 4 : 8. God will draw close to you during this difficult time.

July 19, 2014

My condolences. May Psalm 145: 14-15a bring you comfort & endurance.
FM Brandon, FL

July 15, 2014

At this most difficult time "Throw all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you."1Peter 3:7.
With Sympathy

July 14, 2014

Depend on Him at all times...before Him pour out the pain within.
God, is a refuge for us. (Ps. 62:8)

C Johnson

Victoria Griffith

July 13, 2014

On behalf of Kim, my brother and sisters, I want to thank our family and friends for your support through my fathers illness. We are blessed to receive your kindness, love and well wishes. The past few months have been a long difficult journey filled with some truly joyful moments and tears. I've thought about what to say for a long time and find It easiest to share the things dad left with me.

Dad lived his life in a way that said, lighten up, don't push too hard and live for the simple things because those mattered more then riches and success.

Things I learned from dad as a kid

- Make your child believe they are the best at their sport. Dee and I were the queens of softball, Jay was lightning fast on the football field and Katy was his special Gold medal athlete

- Christmas was dad's favourite day of the year

- Through observing dad, I could deliver a swear word like it was poetry

- With dad a bag of peanut M&Ms could solve any problem

- Listening to music with dad was a time to be free, to sing, to dance and jam out on the air guitar

Things I learned from dad as a teenager

- It doesn't matter how much you want to sleep in, Christmas morning starts at 6:30am

- Loosing sleep because we watched some freaky scary movies with dad was awesome

- Always have a cautious eye, never start a fight but finish one if you have too. This advice came in handy a few times on the junior high school yard.

- Dad loves his music loud and he wants to share an excellent tune with his friends and family

Things I learned from dad as an adult

- An ice cold beer could solve many problems, if not, have another you'll sure feel better

- Even though I'm a grown adult, with my own children, I'm still getting a 6:30am wake up call on Christmas morning telling me to get my butt out of bed and get over his house for Christmas

- Working hard to bring home a pay check and to provide for my family was my #1 responsibility

- Music is a universal language that can take you to another place and time and evoke every emotion

The most important thing my dad left with me is a true understanding that this life can be beautiful, it can be confusing and get messy.

But loving your loved ones and all of their perfect imperfections is what life is all about.
I'm certain he truly loved Kim and all of his children and for this I am forever grateful.

Rest in peace dad, goodby for now but not forever. Victoria


July 12, 2014

Knew he was handsome but hadn't kept up with how prolific. My very deepest sympathies to Kim and his family for the loss of a great guy.

Deanna Chappell

July 12, 2014

A special dad is hard to find, you dad I am keeping in my mind, I wished you could have stayed forever, but I will never forget you oh not ever.
Distance is one thing that keeps us apart, but Dad you will always remain in my heart.
A special smile, a special face, a special someone I cant replace.
I love you Dad, Deanna

Kevin & Jan Green

July 12, 2014

Memories are a wonderful thing.... and we have so many to hold to from watching our Red Wings win the Stanley Cup, camping trips, New Orleans and many many more. Our hearts are broken for now but we know we will meet again. We love you forever!!!!!


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