Lincoln Memorial Park & Funeral Home

11801 Se Mt Scott Blvd., Portland, OR


Donald Verl Haan

November 27, 1924July 25, 2019

Donald Verl Haan (Don), born Nov 27th, 1924 in Tomahawk, WI, died Thursday, July 25, 2019 in Portland, OR. He was the 3rd of 4 siblings, Leslie, Elinor, Vivian. He is survived by his second wife, Lillian of 52 years, and three children: Susan Delany, Cindy Bernert-Coppola and Randall Haan. He served in the Air Force as a radio operator in WWII on a B17 and later started an automotive business, which he retired from in 1979. He led an active life and loved the outdoors; water skiing until he was 82.There will be a Memorial Service for Mr. Haan @ Cherry Wood Village on 8/10 Sat. from 2pm-4pm with a reception to follow.


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Donald Verl Haan

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Bettelu Haan Studenicka

August 2, 2019

We were saddened to hear the news that Uncle Don had passed earlier this week. We are thankful that we had an opportunity to visit with him and Lillian late last year. Memories that stand out most vividly are Haan Christmas gatherings, visiting the service station, and seeing his wonderful infectious smile and laughter. We are thankful that he is no longer in pain, now safely in the arms of Jesus, and reunited with so many of our loved ones. We will miss Uncle Don here on earth; but, confident that when we ALL get to Heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be. In loving memory, Bettelu and Joe

Janet Francisco

August 2, 2019

I loved my Uncle Donald. He was always so kind to me and everyone. He wanted us to be happy. When we were young he played with us and never got upset if things didn't go his way. I enjoyed our yearly visits to Portland after we moved away. I have been visiting him yearly these past few years. He was a joy to be around. Unfortunately I was a week too late this year.
Donald is now with his brother and sisters. Rest in Peace Donald. Love you.

Debbie McBride Allen

August 1, 2019

I remember Uncle Donald as a kind, loving, good humored man who had a true love of life. He was our mother Elinor`s "irrepressible" younger brother. He took after our grandma Erna in looks and sweet disposition. He was her favorite. He was always a very helpful person. The question he always asked when inquiring about family was: "Are you happy?" Even though we did not see him often because of distance, just knowing he was in the world was a comfort, and made the world feel like a better place. He was an inspiration to us all, and we will miss him. With warm regards to the family. Rest In Peace, Uncle Donald.

Virginia McBride Gehre

July 31, 2019

I have many heartwarming memories of my Uncle Donald , starting when I was a little girl. He lived in the same home as me and my grandmother , mother, father. sisters and at times, my Aunt Vivian and Uncle Leslie. It was a fun home. Uncle Donald smiled and laughed a lot. I don't ever remember seeing him very upset. He was kind and loving. I will miss him.