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Mamie <I>Salyer</I> Hahn

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Mamie Salyer Hahn

Birth
Death
8 May 2010 (aged 92)
Burial
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, USA Add to Map
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Mamie Salyer Miller Hahn was born on Christmas Day, 1917, in Ballot, Kentucky, into a loving family of brothers and sisters including Lucy, Grant, John, Geneva, Irene, Cauline and Jim Salyer. The family moved to northern Indiana where she met and married Lenvel Miller. Their happiness with two children, Maynard and Joy, was interrupted when Lenvel was inducted into the Army. After receiving a telegram that Lenvel had been killed in action only a year later, she moved to South Bend, Indiana where she worked as a Personnel Director in the war effort. Mamie became Dean of Women at the Christian Campus in Frankfort, Indiana where her daughter was in high school. She met and married Reverend Glenn Hahn in 1953. They pastored in Kokomo, Indiana for three years and later moved to Kankakee, Illinois where he was a professor in the Religion Department at Olivet Nazarene University. They moved to Colorado Springs upon retirement, where they entertained family and friends and she enjoyed tending to her large garden and cooking. She was very active in her church. The last several years she lived in Bethany, Oklahoma where she moved to be near her daughter. Mamie was a wonderful friend and loved to encourage others. She went home to be with the Lord on May 8, 2010, surrounded by family and friends. Her entire life was one of serving others; her devotion to Christ and a love of scripture and music. She was predeceased by her husband Rev. Glen Hahn; son Maynard; sisters Lucy, Geneva and Cauline; brother John; and son-in-law Dr. Mervyn Goins. Mamie is survived by Joy and Maynard's children and grandchildren. The family wishes to thank Dr. Jeffrey Asbury, cardiologist, Dr. Curtis Williams and Dr. Snitz and nurses Shirley Pang and Sonia Ralston who so graciously cared for Mamie in these last days. Services will be Wednesday, May 12, 2:30 p.m. at Mercer-Adams Chapel with interment in Resurrection Cemetery.
Mamie Salyer Miller Hahn was born on Christmas Day, 1917, in Ballot, Kentucky, into a loving family of brothers and sisters including Lucy, Grant, John, Geneva, Irene, Cauline and Jim Salyer. The family moved to northern Indiana where she met and married Lenvel Miller. Their happiness with two children, Maynard and Joy, was interrupted when Lenvel was inducted into the Army. After receiving a telegram that Lenvel had been killed in action only a year later, she moved to South Bend, Indiana where she worked as a Personnel Director in the war effort. Mamie became Dean of Women at the Christian Campus in Frankfort, Indiana where her daughter was in high school. She met and married Reverend Glenn Hahn in 1953. They pastored in Kokomo, Indiana for three years and later moved to Kankakee, Illinois where he was a professor in the Religion Department at Olivet Nazarene University. They moved to Colorado Springs upon retirement, where they entertained family and friends and she enjoyed tending to her large garden and cooking. She was very active in her church. The last several years she lived in Bethany, Oklahoma where she moved to be near her daughter. Mamie was a wonderful friend and loved to encourage others. She went home to be with the Lord on May 8, 2010, surrounded by family and friends. Her entire life was one of serving others; her devotion to Christ and a love of scripture and music. She was predeceased by her husband Rev. Glen Hahn; son Maynard; sisters Lucy, Geneva and Cauline; brother John; and son-in-law Dr. Mervyn Goins. Mamie is survived by Joy and Maynard's children and grandchildren. The family wishes to thank Dr. Jeffrey Asbury, cardiologist, Dr. Curtis Williams and Dr. Snitz and nurses Shirley Pang and Sonia Ralston who so graciously cared for Mamie in these last days. Services will be Wednesday, May 12, 2:30 p.m. at Mercer-Adams Chapel with interment in Resurrection Cemetery.


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