Sidney Marshall Hahn

June 9, 2020

Sidney Marshall Hahn, 73, of Beulah, passed peacefully at home April 22, with his loving family by his side. Sidney was born December 1, 1946, in Pensacola to the late Charles and Malzie Hahn. He graduated from Woodham High in 1968 and retired from Solutia after 35 years of service. He was in the U.S. Army and served during the Vietnam era. Sidney enjoyed his retirement by gardening, hunting, camping and traveling.

He was preceded in death by his brothers, Bill, Steven and Mickey Hahn; sister Diana Hahn; granddaughter, Shay Callen; sister-in-law Betty Hahn; brother-in-law Ross Carter; and nephew Dusty Hahn. Sidney is survived by his wife, Yvonne Hahn; daughter Sabrina Prince (Trey Miller); granddaughter Brittani Word (Dillon Herbst); stepson Sid Manning; granddaughter, Sydney Manning; great-grandsons, Imery Word, Luca Watson and Leif Herbst; great-granddaughter Chevelle Watson; brother Tony Hahn (Terri); sister Betty Carter; sisters-in-law Zenova and Lynn Hahn; uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

We would like to thank Baptist Infusing, Radiation and Oncology Center and the nurses for always being so nice; Dr. Sweta Jonnalagadda; Dr. Jean Martucci for being the kindest, nicest doctor we have ever met. I wanted to take a moment to tell him how much we appreciate the time he took with us. I would also like to thank Richard, Marie, Mellissa Gibbs, James, Janice, Austin and Abby Courson for all the nice things they did for us. We love all of you! Also to thank Shirley Long and Manie Bodiford for just being there for me.

Visitation will be June 13 at 10 a,m. followed by a memorial service at 11 a.n. at Faith Chapel North.

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2 Responses to “Sidney Marshall Hahn”

  1. Mrs. Doris on June 11th, 2020 3:40 pm

    Betty Hahn Carter was his sister, and my friend growing up in Beulah. We attended Beulah Baptist together and sang in a All Girl Gospel Quartet for many years. I have know this family all my life and went to school with them at Beulah Elem. and Tate High School, So Sorry for you lost. Doris Anne Cobb Smith

  2. Terry Wilcox on June 10th, 2020 11:39 am

    Sid was one of the best co-workers I ever had. Worked with him for many years.





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