Edna M. Hahn

Edna M. Hahn, 82 of Streetsboro, passed away Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna, Ohio. She was born November 16, 1931 in Akron to the late John and Edna (McMasters) Mulloy. Mrs. Hahn has lived in Streetsboro since 1956 and had worked as a clerk for the Save 4 Store in Shalersville. She was a member of St. Joan of Arc Church in Streetsboro and enjoyed gambling, especially bingo, going to the dog races and those one arm bandits. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Carl F. Hahn on January 8, 2002, her son Joe Hahn and siblings Dorothy Gatz, Gertrude Mulloy, Kenny, Jack, Eddy and Harry Mulloy.

Survivors include her children, Carl (Sue) Hahn of Streetsboro, Sandi (Jim) Kotkowski of Mantua, Kathy (George) Vanek of Garrettsville, and Patricia (Phillip) Godfrey of Kent. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, six great grandchildren and siblings James Mulloy of Ravenna, Helen Brown of Independence, Missouri, Mary Madden of Kent, Marguerite Casey of Dover, Delaware, Katherine Mulloy of Streetsboro, JoAnn Strader of Kent and Penny Crowe of Ravenna. Calling hours will be 5-8 PM Friday, May 30, 2014 with Rosary Services at 7:30 PM at the Shorts Spicer Crislip Funeral Homes Streetsboro Chapel. Funeral services will be 1:00 PM Saturday, May 31, 2014 at the funeral home with Father Michael Garvey officiating. Burial will follow in Grandview Memorial Park Ravenna, Ohio. Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.sscfuneralhomes.com.

(Shorts-Spicer-Crislip 330-296-6858, RC 5-29-14)

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  • Aunt Blueyes

    The angels came to set you free

    For the time was near for all to see

    Your pain and suffering is no more

    For heaven decided to open their doors

    To bring you home to those gone past

    Where your memories will always last

    Within our minds and with each beat of our hearts

    You will always be missed whether you are near or far

    Let the memories keeps us warm and full of grace

    Remembering your jubilant smile on your face

    Will always be missed

    Take care

    With much sorrow

    Your nephew