Scott P. Hahn, 52
Jan. 7, 1964 — April 29, 2016

Scott P. HahnScott P. Hahn (“Clyde”), 52, of the town of Erin, passed away surrounded by his loving family Friday, April 29, 2016, at The Kathy Hospice in West Bend. Scott bravely fought brain cancer for almost two years.

He was born Jan. 7, 1964, in Hartford to Joseph N. and Barbara J. (nee Gehl) Hahn. He was united in marriage to Jodi A. Wagner at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Slinger on June 24, 1989. He was actively involved with and coached his boys’ baseball teams in Erin and Hartford, along with the Rubicon Red Sox team. He assisted in coaching boys soccer in Erin. He rarely missed any of Zach’s and Nick’s games or events. He enjoyed shooting pool, river-rafting, and entertaining family and friends by smoking specialty foods. Scott worked for the Xerox Co. as a manager for 18 years and was a dedicated employee who enjoyed his work. He will be remembered by his sense of humor, wit, selflessness and willingness to help anyone out. He had a love for fitness and participated in several marathons, triathlons and recently the Madison Iron Man in 2013. His passion and drive inspired many family and friends to follow in his footsteps. What seemed impossible to others became family fun, meaningful and memory-making moments.

Scott is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 26 years, Jodi Hahn; his cherished sons, Zachary and Nicholas Hahn; his loving siblings, Mark, John (Colleen) and Steve (Joti) Hahn; his dear siblings-in-law, Brigitte (Ken) Mueller and Rob (Sharon) Wagner; his loving parents- in-law, Werner and Ronna (nee Glick) Wagner; and dear nieces and nephews, Rachel, Bridget, Alex, Stevie, Ellie, Ethan, Chloe and Joe. He is further survived by other loved relatives and treasured friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; stepmother, Mary Hahn; and infant siblings, Michael and Karen Hahn.

A celebration of Scott’s life will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 5, at Shimon Funeral Home (824 Union St., Hartford) with the Rev. Glenn Danz officiating. Family will greet relatives and friends 3-7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

A private inurnment will be held at St. Paul’s UCC Cemetery in Colgate.

We would like thank St. Luke’s staff, including Dr. George Bobustuc, Dr. Amin Kassam, nurse Lynn at Slinger-Vince Lombardi Center, Xerox Corp., Erin School and the Aurora Metro At Home Hospice, especially nurses Chris and Jessica, The Kathy Hospice for the wonderful care given Scott and all the support we received. Also, thanks to the many family and friends that have helped us along this journey.
In lieu of flowers and in memory of Scott, contributions to his family for a future designated fund are appreciated.

The Shimon Funeral Home is assisting the family. Online condolences may be found at