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Marjorie Ann Hahne
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In memory of
Marjorie Ann Hahne
Marjorie Ann Hahne, 81, passed away on Sunday, June 3, 2018 at Porter Hospice in Centennial, Colorado. Marge was born on her family's farm in Hillsboro, Ohio on July 10, 1936 to Robert and Marjorie (Fling) Reno. She was the oldest of their five children. Marge graduated from Hillsboro High School and attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio before getting married. Marge was a homemaker and worked at the Bemis Public Library and the City of Littleton at the Information Desk and with the Omnibus Program scheduling transportation for seniors and those with disabilities. She was recognized in April 1995 for her outstanding performance as an employee of the City of Littleton. Marge also volunteered as a troop organizer for the Girl Scouts. The positions Marge held reflected her big heart, her compassion and her desire to help others. Marge had a passion for music. She played the clarinet for years last playing with the Golden Eagle Brass Band in Colorado. She also played piano and sang in the church choir. When Marge was no longer able to play music, she enjoyed listening to music that she requested through her Alexa. Marge loved her family deeply. She treasured time with her children and grandchildren. She retired to care for her grandchildren, being like a second mom to them, and shared her love of music with them. Marge was extremely proud of her children, son Hank Hahne and wife Becky, her daughter Betsy Hahne Guerrero and husband Zack, and her son Erick Hahne and wife Stephanie. Marge adored her grandchildren Trent, Alex and Chad Guerrero, and Kearra and Parker Hahne. Marge was preceded in death by her parents and sister-in-law Carol Reno. Marge is survived by her children and grandchildren that live in Parker, Colorado and Colorado Springs, Colorado, and brothers Robert (Mel) Reno of Cincinnati, Ohio, Bill Reno of Springfield, Ohio, Tom (Helen) Reno of Spring Valley, Ohio, her sister Sharon (Warren) Craig of Washington Court House, Ohio, and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Marge loved deeply, was loved, and will be missed by all the family and friends whose lives she touched. A private graveside service will be held for Marge at the Union Chapel Cemetery outside Hillsboro, Ohio on July 7, 2018. A Celebration of Life will be held following the graveside service from noon to 5:00 pm at the Fling Barn at 8205 W. Berrysville Road, Hillsboro, OH. Family and friends are invited to join us at the Celebration of Life to enjoy music, food and to share stories. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice or to Douglas County Neighborhood Network at 104 Fourth St, Castle Rock, CO 80104. This organization provided support to Marjorie in her later years in so many invaluable ways.
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In memory of
Marjorie Ann Hahne
Marjorie Ann Hahne, 81, passed away on Sunday, June 3, 2018 at Porter Hospice in Centennial, Colorado. Marge was born on her family's farm in Hillsboro, Ohio on July 10, 1936 to Robert and Marjorie (Fling) Reno. She was the oldest of their five children. Marge graduated from Hillsboro High School and attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio before getting married. Marge was a homemaker and worked at the Bemis Public Library and the City of Littleton at the Information Desk and with the Omnibus Program scheduling transportation for seniors and those with disabilities. She was recognized in April 1995 for her outstanding performance as an employee of the City of Littleton. Marge also volunteered as a troop organizer for the Girl Scouts. The positions Marge held reflected her big heart, her compassion and her desire to help others. Marge had a passion for music. She played the clarinet for years last playing with the Golden Eagle Brass Band in Colorado. She also played piano and sang in the church choir. When Marge was no longer able to play music, she enjoyed listening to music that she requested through her Alexa. Marge loved her family deeply. She treasured time with her children and grandchildren. She retired to care for her grandchildren, being like a second mom to them, and shared her love of music with them. Marge was extremely proud of her children, son Hank Hahne and wife Becky, her daughter Betsy Hahne Guerrero and husband Zack, and her son Erick Hahne and wife Stephanie. Marge adored her grandchildren Trent, Alex and Chad Guerrero, and Kearra and Parker Hahne. Marge was preceded in death by her parents and sister-in-law Carol Reno. Marge is survived by her children and grandchildren that live in Parker, Colorado and Colorado Springs, Colorado, and brothers Robert (Mel) Reno of Cincinnati, Ohio, Bill Reno of Springfield, Ohio, Tom (Helen) Reno of Spring Valley, Ohio, her sister Sharon (Warren) Craig of Washington Court House, Ohio, and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Marge loved deeply, was loved, and will be missed by all the family and friends whose lives she touched. A private graveside service will be held for Marge at the Union Chapel Cemetery outside Hillsboro, Ohio on July 7, 2018. A Celebration of Life will be held following the graveside service from noon to 5:00 pm at the Fling Barn at 8205 W. Berrysville Road, Hillsboro, OH. Family and friends are invited to join us at the Celebration of Life to enjoy music, food and to share stories. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice or to Douglas County Neighborhood Network at 104 Fourth St, Castle Rock, CO 80104. This organization provided support to Marjorie in her later years in so many invaluable ways.
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