Aven Jackson HAHN, Jr.

March 5, 1947 ~ October 9, 2004

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Mr. Aven Jackson "A.J." Hahn passed away on Saturday, October 9, 2004, at the Mineral Area Regional Medical Center, in Farmington, at the age of 57 years, 7 months & 4 days. "AJ" was born on March 5, 1947, & the son of Aven Jackson Hahn, Sr. (dec'd Apr. 6, 1980) & Pearl Hazel 'Watson' Hahn (dec'd Feb. 20, 1999).

"AJ" was: * a member of Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church & a ordained minister; * a member of The American Family Association.

SURVIVORS INCLUDE: His WIFE - Katie L. 'Smith' Hahn, of Doe Run; 2 SONS: Aven Jackson "Jack" (& Shelly Marie) Hahn, III, of Fletcher, Missouri; Stephen Hahn, of Doe Run. 2 SISTERS: Jane 'Mrs. David' Burt, of Lees Summitt, Missouri & Lorna 'Mrs. Mike' Lehman, of Jefferson City, Missouri.

Visitation: Monday, 6-9 pm. Tuesday, 7 am - 9 pm; Visitation resumes Wednesday morning at 7 am & funeral Wednesday, 1 pm, Oct. 13, 2004, at TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, with Rev. Roger Hogan & Rev. David Bates officiating. Interment follows in Doe Run Memorial Cemetery. Memorials to: * The Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church - Building Fund &/or * The Diabetes Association.


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  1. My deepest sympathy to each of you in the loss of one so dear to you. I will remember Aven from seeing him at St. Paul's school when the boys were playing basketball, from Scott visiting your home in his friendship with Steve, from seeing his and Katie's names in the paper with their work with the American Family Association, and from seeing him stand firmly in front of Family Video. I always thought "what a deeply committed Christian witness that is". I didn't realize until reading the obit that Aven and Scott shared the same birthday. Surely they are together now and I wonder what they are reflecting on? May God's comfort and peace surround you. Gayla Mayhugh

  2. We were coworkers of AJ, and were very sorry to hear of his passing. AJ was a kind and considerate person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  3. Katie I am deeply saddened by the news of Aven. My prayers and thoughts will be with you during this time. Bonnie

  4. Steve & Jack, Although I can only recall meeting your dad once, my deepest sympathy is with the both of you. I'm truly sorry for your loss.

  5. Dear Katie, Jack and Steve, I was so sorry to hear about A.J. yesterday. Please know that you are in my prayers and thoughts. A.J. will always have a special place in my heart. He taught me how to "put up hay", milk a cow, sell fireworks and enjoy a good "big belly laugh". He and I loved to debate politics, the meaning of Bible verses, theology and we loved to play Monopoly together. Some of the best times of my childhood were spent at Aunt Pearls having fun with A.J, Jane and Lorna. I will miss A.J. but I know he is with the Lord. Tom Ellison

  6. So sorry to hear of A.J.'s passing and so glad we had the opportunity to see him just a few months ago at the reunion. Our deepest sympathy to your family, to Lorna, and to Jane.

  7. I am so sorry to hear of A.J.'s passing. Some of the best childhood memories are of family times together with him, Jane and Lorna and my brothers and sister. Gather the family for comfort – they bring the best care. Beulah Koen

  8. Steve, We were so saddened this morning when we heard about your Father. I know he was so very special to you and your family. Our prayers and thoughts will be with you during this time and our deepest sympathy to you and your family.


  10. Laughter will always have AJ's picture next to it, he would get ticked and he laughed all over. We had some wonderful times and lots of laughter growing up as cousins. Heaven will definitely be a happier place with him there. We will miss him but know he is in a better place.

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