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Mr. Clarence Hahn

Mr. Clarence William Hahn, 66, of Emmitsburg, died Sunday, Jan. 16, at Frederick Memorial Hospital.

He was the husband of Margaret Marie King Hahn, whom he married on March 3, 1956. Born Oct. 13, 1933, in Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Luther Abraham and Ida Emma Jacobs Hahn.

Mr. Hahn retired in 1994 as a painter in the maintenance shop with the Montgomery County Public Schools, for whom he worked for 23 years. He was a Christian and enjoyed reading the Bible and sharing the Gospel with his family and friends. He was an avid animal lover and loved working on his "five-acre farm." He also painted pictures.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by seven children, Richard Michael Hahn and wife Diane, Karen Teresa Hahn, Mark William Hahn and wife Glenda, Linda Ellen Hahn Dove and husband Stacey, Melvin Leroy Hahn and wife Sangita, John Franklin Hahn and Dale Leroy Hahn and wife Sharon; 11 grandchildren, Andrew, Tara, Amanda, Richard, Matthew, Samantha and Dale Hahn, Roberta, Sarah and Jedidiah Dove, and David McCann; 11 brothers and sisters, Ida Mae Sklarevski, Luther J. Hahn, Paul M. Hahn, Albert A. Hahn, George E. Hahn, Lloyd J. Hahn, Helen K. Hahn McClain, Joseph 0. Hahn, James H. Hahn, Ronald P. Hahn and Mary E. Hahn McLaughin; He was preceded in death by two brothers, Robert L. Hahn and Harry Augustus Hahn; a sister, Dorothy M. Hahn Bock; and a granddaughter, Amy Sue Hahn.

Interment was in Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Frederick.

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