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Henry L. Hahn

March 17, 1935 - October 23, 2020

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date October 27, 2020

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Henry Leo Hahn (Hank), 85 of La Crosse, passed away on Friday, October 23, 2020 at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse.

He was bon in La Crosse on March 17, 1935 to John and Ellen (Gooding) Hahn. He graduated from Aquinas High School in 1953. He attended UWL to Study Sociology before joining the Air Force serving during the Korean war. He lived in Mundelein, Illinois where he managed the Garden Center at K-Mart until he retired in 1997 and moved to La Crosse to be with his family.

Hank is survived by three grandnieces, Jennifer (Robert) Masewicz of La Crosse, Dana (David) Imler, of St Claire, MO and Kim (David) Martin of Rochester, NY. His great grandnephews, Charles Masewicz, Liam and Lucas Martin and great grandnieces Madeline, Isabella and Sophia Masewicz and Eleanor and Elsa Imler.

Hank was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, Greg Hahn, Joseph Hahn and Archie Hahn, sister Mary Pearson and niece Kathleen Manske.

Hank had a passion for reading and knowledge. He devoured thousands of books, documentaries, music and movies.
He was a generous soul who will be deeply missed.

A Memorial Mass will be held at Roncalli Newman Catholic Parish, 1732 State St., La Crosse, on Tuesday, October 27th, 2020 at 11:00 AM. A visitation will start at 10:30 AM, until the time of Mass. Rev. Billy J. Dodge will officiate with burial to be held in the Catholic Cemetery, La Crosse. Those willing to attend in person will find proper social distancing, while those wishing to attend online will find the mass steamed on YouTube.