Obit: Hahn, Julius (? - 1925)
----Source: Fairchild Observer Thursday, 10-8-1925
Julius C. Hahn This community was shocked last Friday morning by the news that J. C. Hahn had died suddenly while getting ice from his icehouse to put in the refrigerator at this home. Mr. Hahn's absence longer than usual at the task caused Mrs. Hahn to go to the ice house, where she found him seated and leaning against the wall of though resting. Death was due to heart failure, probably induced by the extra exertion. Dr. Hotvedt was called and said that he had expired less than half an hour when found. Funeral services were held at the Reformed church Tuesday afternoon and a large congregation assembled to pay the final tribute, and nearly all business places in the village were closed as a token of respect. The sermon by the pastor, Rev. D. Grether, was a most appropriate one. Filled with condolences to those who mourn, he spoke feelingly of Mr. Hahn's attendance at the church, his interest in the services, and his participating at its communion table. A beautiful mass of flowers and floral emblems, gifts of friends and relatives, was placed about the alter and casket. At the close of the services, the remains were conveyed to Mentor cemetery and interred in the family lot beside his son
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