Edward L. Hahn

Born: Tue., Jul. 2, 1974
Died: Tue., Apr. 28, 2020


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   Edward (Eddie) L. Hahn, age 45 of Good Thunder, passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2020, at Regions Hospital in St. Paul.
   A Celebration of Edward’s Life will be held at a later time and will be announced. Interment will be in Woodland Hills Memorial Park at a later date. Woodland Hills Funeral Home of Mankato is assisting the family with arrangements.
   Eddie was born July 2, 1974, to Dawn and Robert Hahn in St. Louis Missouri.
Eddie and fiancee Tina DeVlaeminck met by Eddie saying his famous WOW. Eddie lived in St. Louis, Mo., and Tina lived in Good Thunder, MN. In 2014, Eddie moved to Minnesota to be with Tina and their children. Eddie worked on getting his CDL which was one of his dreams. Grover Farm Trucking out of Amboy, Minn., gave him the chance to spread his wings and his inherited brothers Mike and Kelly took him under their belts and helped Eddie become the trucker he was. The last trucking company that Eddie worked for was B&C Transportation, Inc. out of Elk River, Minn.
Eddie was not only proud to be in his semi, he was also a very proud papa to Blake, Myla and Margaret. Eddie was also blessed with some amazing children, Skye, Alissa, Christopher, Aaron, Lee and an inherited son David.
Eddie was a true St. Louis Cardinals and Mizzou Tigers fan. Tina and Eddie would make trips to St. Louis to spend time with friends and family, their favorite place to go was Creve Coeur Park. Last minute family adventures were also a big part of Eddie’s life.
   Eddie is survived by his beloved fiancee, Tina DeVlaeminck, of Good Thunder; four sons, two daughters, and three grandchildren. Eddie is also survived by one brother, Robert and Jamie Hahn, of Missouri; sisters in-law, Tanya (Teri) Rasche, of Fairmont Minn., Carrie (Brad) Dolsen, of Good Thunder, Minn.; brother-in-law, Daryl (Collette) Sternitzke, of Mankato; nieces: Kelli, Tori, Eva Lyn, Paisley; nephews: Jacob, Kyle, Damion, Lyryk, Jasper, Charles and Huxley; parents, Dawn and Gene Allen, of St. Louis, Mo. and in-laws, Carol Devlaeminck and Lynn Sternitzke.
   He was preceded in death by his father, Robert “Railroad” Hahn; grandparents; uncles; aunts; and a cousin.

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Ellen Conforti
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
Your on that Highway to Heaven, praying for a safe journey! God Speed my friend! R.I.P.

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