Paula M. Hahn

Paula M. Hahn “penny”, 94 of Hendersonville NC, formally of Tequesta, FL, passed away on Wednesday, May 11th, 2022. She was born in Irvington, NJ to the late George W. Sonntag and Marion Bastedo.

Paula had also lived in Roselle Park, NJ, and Lavallette, NJ. A graduate of Arcadia University and Newark State College she earned a master’s degree in education.  She worked as a teacher and business department chairperson at Roselle Park High School in NJ.

Mrs. Hahn was of the Lutheran faith. She also enjoyed activities such as painting, knitting, and sailing. Served as a secretary for the Lavallette Yacht Club and was also a Member Emeritus.

Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister Marion McDougall and a brother George Sonntag, Jr.

Paula is survived by her husband of 70 years Fred Hahn of Hendersonville, one daughter Carolyn Rutecki and her husband David of Hendersonville.  Two sons Robert Hahn and wife Faith of Hilton Head, SC, and Steve Hahn and wife Kerry Ann of Trappe, PA. One sister Florence Sonntag of Lavallette, NJ, and two grandchildren Kyle and Shannon Hahn.

Service will be held at a later date.

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5 Messages for “Paula M. Hahn”

  1. Frances and Tony Angiuoli says:

    We were deeply saddened about the passing of Penny. She was a wonderful friend. We enjoyed many times together at LYC.

  2. Patricia Nol says:

    I’ve been trying to reach you. Everyone is asking about you and Fred. Your cell doesn’t work and your email doesn’t answer.
    Will Fred return to TGCA with Linda to
    Help him out? Let

  3. Lenore Rubino Rogers says:

    Our sincere condolences. I always enjoyed conversing with Aunt Penny and have fond memories of her.

  4. Cindy Maguire says:

    Fred and family,
    So sorry to hear about Penny’s passing. I was so glad I got to visit a little with her in the hospital and the day before her 94th birthday at rehab. Wonderful memories of playing lots of bridge as partners. Winning most of the time. Fred, Caroline and family hugs.

  5. Roger and Sharon Kjar says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Penny’s passing. Fred and Penny were active members of our Tequesta Garden community and will be greatly missed. Keeping Fred and the family in our thoughts and prayers.

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