Bruce Alan Hahn
August 21, 1962 - March 22, 2020
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Bruce Alan Hahn, 57, of Mansfield, passed away at the OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital on Sunday, March 22, 2020. Bruce was born in Piqua, Ohio on August 21, 1962.   Bruce was a 1980 graduate of Bedford High School, and retired from sales after 21 years from the Hilliard Company. A family man who was a…

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Steven Morris left a message on April 13, 2020:
This one goes out to my friend Bruce Hahn, I met Bruce through his younger brother Gary when I worked at Rays Yamaha back in the late 80's. We both started there assembling motorcycles, I stayed in it and worked up to being a mechanic and moved down to Southwyck Honda in Maumee Ohio where Bruce worked as a salesman and I was a mechanic and briefly the service manager. Over the years we enjoyed many a ride with BlackHawks MC, playing around with ATV's and dirt bikes, trips to Mansfield for the AMA vintage days at Mid Ohio and vintage flat track racing at Ashland Co. Fairgrounds. It got to be a thing down there that people would ask when I was coming because it wouldn't be a complete trip till I fixed someones bike that was acting up...... go figure! Bruce was just one of those guys that was always happy, I cannot recall ever seeing him upset. He worked in sales most of his life and as you can imagine he was good at it. I believe the last time I saw Bruce was in either 2013 when Cathy Smith and I made a trip down that area to stay in our first B&B for the weekend. As we all know life gets busy and that is about the same time my business really started to take off. But Bruce was one of those friends that just like his brother Gary when he called today its like we just talked last week..... Friends like that are a rare breed these days and today I feel blessed to have known this one,,,,, Ride on my friend! Safe travels on your new found wings.
Marti and Tim Ramer left a message on March 27, 2020:
To the family of Bruce, Bruce was married to our cousin Lisa , we have known and loved him for many years. He was such an upbeat person and always put a smile on your face. May God be with all of you at this difficult time. We are sure he and Lisa are together again and watching over all of us. Love, Tim and Marti Ramer
Jodie and Jim Turner left a message on March 26, 2020:
Bruce was a really nice guy and the brother of our brother-in-law Gary, who is a great guy! So sad, to lose life so young We are so sorry for the family's loss.
David Neuhardt left a message on March 25, 2020:
Please accept my deepest condolences for all of his family. First met Bruce at the Thursday night Deer Ridge golf league. Could not have met a more kind and thoughtful person. He always had a smile on his face and really brightened up mine and my golf partner's day every Thursday. Myself and the golf league will truly miss Bruce's smile.
David Pyle left a message on March 25, 2020:
Met Bruce playing golf on a league. Super nice man who had many issues, but never complained about any of them. Always had a super positive attitude despite his troubles. RIP Bruce, you and your positive ways will certainly be missed.
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Ralph C Hahn left a message on March 25, 2020:
I just can't seem to find the words to express the sense of loss over my cousin Bruce. Just seems too young to have been taken from the world. Rest in Peace and we'll see you soon at the family reunion in Heaven.
David Brenneis left a message on March 24, 2020:
So sad to hear of Bruce's passing. He was a gentle soul, and a friend of all. I was blessed to know him, and enjoyed our many years of friendship and fun times golfing. A true optimist; he never gave up hope though his challenges. Certainly will miss him. Rest in eternal peace my friend.
Scott Kinnamon left a message on March 24, 2020:
Our world has lost a wonderful person. Bruce was more than a friend to me, I loved him like a brother. Bruce's love to help others was unequal to anyone I have ever met. Always the first one to help, last one to leave. Bruce made everyone feel special and cared for. In all my years with him, I never heard him say anything bad about anyone. Bruce made me a better person, and a better friend to others. Words cannot express my sorrow or my loss, I will always remember Bruce. Until we meet again my friend, may God welcome you into his kingdom.
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