Easton Express, Tuesday, January 19, 1967, page 26
Forrest W. A. Hahn
Forrest W. A. (Fudge) Hahn died unexpectedly yesterday in
Mercy Hosptial, Scranton, where he was aditted Sunday. He
and his wife, the former, Charlotte Theobald, operated a
motel in Olyphant for the past eight years.
Born June 18, 1911, in Easton, he was a son of Mrs. Esther
Biblhgaus Hahn of Easton and alexandria, Va., and the late
Mr. Han lived most of his life in the Easton-Phillipsburg
area, and worked at the Bethlehem Steel Corp. and later as
a civilian with the Army Ordnance Department at Eynon, Lackawanna
Co, before moving to Olyphant.
He attended St. John's Lutheran Church, Honesdale. A 32
degree mason, he was a meber of Delaware Lodge 52, F8&AM,
Phillipsburg, and the Scranton Consitory. He was also a member
of Keyston Lodge of Perfection, Scranton; the Scranton Chaber
of Commerce, and the Pennsylvania Motel Assoication. He served
as a special deputy sheriff in Lackawanna County.
Survivors include two sons, three daughters, two stepsons,
stepdaughter, two brothes,
Marshall Hahn, Palmer Township, and Frank Hahn, Raleigh,
N.C.; a sister, Mrs. Jack Cram, Alexandria, Va.; nine grandchildren
nd five stepgrandchildren. A brother, Russell J. Hahn,
died last June.
The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Strunk
Funeral Home, Easton. Delaware Lodge will conduct masonic
servies at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the funeral home