OBITUARY

Phillip Roland Hahn

June 29, 1970January 23, 2021

Phillip Roland Hahn, age 50 of Las Vegas, NV. passed away Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021 at 11:55 p.m. at his residence in Las Vegas.

He was born June 29, 1970 in Springfield, IL to Harman and Janice (Moffitt) Hahn, Jr. They preceded him in death.

Survivors include three brothers: Daniel (Elizabeth) Hahn of Cameron, IL, Paul Hahn of St. Cloud, MN, John (Linda) Hahn of Pekin, seven nieces and nephews, and his best friend, Cameron Gleichman of Las Vegas.

Phil was currently working in Distribution for Amazon in Las Vegas. He enjoyed working around and studying airplanes and everything aviation. He loved spending time with his nieces and nephews, and would do anything for anyone. He was known for his great sense of humor, and could put a smile on everyone’s face.

Funeral services will be Friday, Feb. 12, 2021 at 2 p.m. at the Davison-Fulton Woolsey-Wilton Funeral Home in Peoria. Visitation will be one hour prior to the services.

Burial will be in Swan Lake Memory Gardens in Peoria. You may view Phil’s obituary online at www.woolsey-wilton.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, February 12, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, February 12, 2021

Memories

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Linda Jordan

February 16, 2021

Phil & Cameron were my next door neighbors in Peoria. They adopted me and took care of me. They shoveled snow, cut grass, did electrical work, and cut bushes and filled in cracks in driveway. So kind and loving. I agree Phil loved to have fun. He captured voles in my backyard. I asked what he did with them. He said you don’t want to know. He was always teasing me saying he was going to cut down the front yard red maple tree. I’d beg him not to. Told him to bird feeder up to entertain the cats. He did. Thanks Phil for not taking down the tree! Glad you know the Lord. So with that, I’ll see you later!

Ozzy Hattermann

February 11, 2021

Hearing about Phil's passing was a shock to me. I had the pleasure of working with him for 3 years, and his unique sense of humor always managed to make the day a little more interesting. Phil liked to tease and joke around, but most of all, he really seemed to care about everyone in a sincere way. When he was on night shift, he would always go above and beyond to make sure everything was in ship shape before day shift came in. Vehicles would be warmed up and ready to use on cold winter mornings, and he always pitched in to help when things got busy--even after his 10 hour shift was over.

Fly high Phil, your memory lives on. Thanks for all the laughs.

Sylvia (Bland) Fritz

February 10, 2021

Phillip was a wonderful friend and I grew up with him and his brothers. We all used to tease around and picking on each other. I remember going over to the family house and enjoyed a warm and wonderful meal. His parents are both missed but never forgotten about and also Phillip you will be missed but never forgotten. May God bless his family at this time. The family used to attend El Vista Baptist Church where I still attend when I met his family and Phillip.

Steven Abel

February 9, 2021

I call the Hahn's my second family and Phillip my brother. I grew up with Phillip, Danny, Paul, and John. My prayers with you all and Phillip in my heart knowing he is with the Lord. I have so many wonderful memories with Phillip and the Hahn's. A loss that is hard to bare but a joy knowing we all will be reunited we in heaven with the fellowship of the Lord. "For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain." See you some day brother...

Susan Moore

February 9, 2021

My sincerest condolences to Phil's family and Cameron. I was so very saddened and heart broken to hear of Phil's passing at such a young age. Sending my warm wishes and happy memories of Phil, when I worked with him. Suzie Moore

David Speiker

February 6, 2021

I’m sad to hear about Phil passing away. I worked for Phil back in the day. He was a genuine guy that didn’t put up with non-sense when it came getting things accomplished and did turn red. There was also a good side. I remember talks about the Lord also. I remember him being silly too and just a good person. He will be missed.

Sandy OReilly

February 5, 2021

Phil, loved working with you. You always made me laugh. I will miss our chats, the good hearted teasing and all the stories. God Speed my friend. XOXO

Joe Rex

February 5, 2021

I worked with Phil for a number of years. He was a wonderful co-worker, always went the extra mile to make sure our customers were well taken care of. When he was on third shift, and I worked the early morning shift, I would come in every morning to find my favorite coffee mug sitting on the machine with hot water in it pre-heating! Just the kind of guy that Phil was. We will miss him a lot! Blue skies and tailwinds, my friend.

Joyce Lewis

February 4, 2021

Phillip was such fun to be around- he was always smiling or laughing at just about anything . His smile lit up any room !
Phillip would come and visit us in the Summer months when he was a teenager and he loved to ride around with me when I traveled with my work . We would play games in the car and of course eat out and talk about silly things . I really enjoyed his visits ! There will never be another Phillip on this earth ! I’ll see you again my Phillip when the Lord calls me home ! Love Aunt Joyce and of course Uncle Clete loved you too ( Very Much ) !

Terry Moffitt

February 4, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Phil was very kind, pleasant and hilarious. We have so many good memories of him. Mike would say something ornery and Phil would turn beet red, shake his head and grin from ear to ear. Love him and am going to miss him.

FROM THE FAMILY