Bill Hahn Obituary, Death – Bill Hahn, who was 73 years old when he passed away, did not experience any pain in the final days of his life. His loyal wife, Rose-Marie, his children Randy (and his wife Cory), Robin, and Rowanda (and her husband Tony), his grandchildren Dustin, Josie-Ann, Holly, Dakota, Travis, Christina, Natasha, and Rayden, and his dog, Missy, all survive him. He was a period after all. His parents Adam and Alice Hahn, his baby daughter Leanne, his brother Richard, his sister Jean, and his brother Clint all perished away before he did. He is the only member of his immediate family that is still alive today.
Bill was the one primarily responsible for installing Edmonton’s first climbing crane. He had a profound appreciation for outdoor activities, particularly camping. He was a strong man who had a fighting spirit, and in addition to all of those attributes, he had an outstanding sense of humor. He felt a profound love for his family as well as his friends, and he will be greatly missed by each and every one of them.
A Memorial Service will be held at the Connelly-McKinley Funeral Home in Edmonton, which can be found at 10011–114 Street, on Friday, March 15, 2013, at eleven in the morning. The address of the funeral home is 10011. The cremation procedure is now considered to have been finished.