November 24, 1935August 25, 2020

HAHN - Theresa G. (nee Daigler) August 25, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth L. Hahn; loving mother of Kenneth (Debbie) Hahn, Kathleen (Thomas) Majot, Donald (Deborah) Hahn, Michael (Jennifer) Hahn, Gary (Karen) Hahn, Cheryl (Carl) Woelffel and the late Thomas Hahn; dear grandmother of 18; great-grandmother of 15; sister of Mary (Leonard) Robear, predeceased by two sisters and five brothers. No prior visitation. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date to be determined. Online condolences may be offered at,


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Evelyn Hahn

September 16, 2020

Dear, Kenny, Kathy, Don, Mike, Gary, & Cheryl,
So, sorry to hear about your beautiful Mom. I loved her so much too. We were always such good friends and I know one day I will see her in paradise, you too!!! John 5:28, 29. Please contact me on my email.
Aunt Evie

Russ Hahn

September 6, 2020

I remember Aunt Theresa very fondly. I remember a bunch of us, Lord it was probably 12 - 14 kids swimming in her pool. We had the times of our lives and I am sure Aunt Theresa was quite apprehensive. I remember all of us at her home for Christmas time visits. Above all it was her unique laugh that I remember most vividly. Rest easy Aunt Theresa. Love, Russ.

Bonnie Blersch

August 31, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Theresa’s passing. She was a very sweet lady . I remember her through St.Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church in Clarence Center. Got to know her and her brother, George well. May she Rest In Peace !

Mary Behnke

August 31, 2020

Theresa was a wonderful person at the home...Forestview..she was one of the first people I meet when I moved in...she introduced her self as Sister Theresa, and she was with Mother I said, hello, I am Mary Magdalene....oh! they were so surprised! my deepest sympathy...Mary

David Daigler

August 30, 2020

So sorry to hear of Aunt Theresa's passing. She was always a sweetheart to me and my wife, Brenda. I was fortunate to get to see her occasionally in the over two years my mom lived in the same building with her. I was also honored to be able to take her to the hospital when she fell into her cabinets and cut and badly bruised her head and eye. I jokingly warned her that she had to be more careful or I'd have to blacken her other eye-- of course she laughed! We were also glad we got to take her to visit with my dad, her brother, in his memory care before he passed in 2017. She called me about two months ago and we had a nice talk. I was going to call her this time but regretfully never got around to it. I am including a picture from May, 2017 with my parents, Art and Pauline. Rest In Peace, Aunt Theresa..............Love, David

Norma Kitzmiller (Bob Abt)

August 30, 2020

I am so very sorry for you loss. I remember the closeness between Irene Abt and Aunt Theresa, they loved to play cards together and family gatherings. I also remember how much Aunt Theresa loved Burger King. She will be greatly missed but the memories will always bring her back to us in spirit.
Love, Norma


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