Thomas Hahn

Louisville, Kentucky

Aug 25, 1951 – Feb 7, 2018 (Age 66)


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Hahn, Thomas ,Hahn, Thomas Marion, 66 passed away Wednesday February, 7 2018. He was an engineer at Ford Motor Company and Samtec Inc., he had great passion for working out and was a dedicated member at Louisville Athletic Club Westport and he loved the Lord and was involved with Southeast...

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I am so sorry, still in shock. I knew Tom from LAC. His smile and positivity were so uplifting, I enjoyed our conversations about family and faith. He will be greatly missed.

I knew Tom for 12 years at LAC. Great guy. Friendly, will miss him a lot.

I worked with Jim (Tom's Son) and knew Tom from the Gym. Tom was one of the most friendly guys, amazing to talk to. He had such a humble spirit. He will be missed.

I too worked with Tom at Ford for several years. He was the epitome of a great guy: friendly, knowledgeable, helpful, with a good sense of humor, able to get along with anyone and everyone, and the love of the Lord evident in everything he did. Whenever I asked him how he was doing he would always respond, "Terrific!" The ripples of his influence live on.

To all family members of Tom Hahn:

I worked closely with Tom in the 2001-2005 period and came to appreciate him a great deal.

Wonderful man with strong beliefs and a love of God and Country.

We used to inspect completed trucks at the Escobedo plant - in the heat of a Mexican summer - all the while discussing Religion and Faith. Very memorable times.

Please accept my most sincere and heartfelt sympathy. My prayers will be with you.


I worked with Tom for many years at Ford Motor Company. A great friend. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies to the family.

I worked with Tom for many years at Ford and he became a good friend. He always inspired me with his strong faith and love of Jesus. He will be missed by all of us.
Sending thoughts and prayers to his family during this difficult time.

I worked with Tom at Ford for several years. Tom's first love was the Lord Jesus Christ. He was a great example of what it was like to be Christ-like. He will be missed but those that have put their trust in Jesus will see him again. I am reminded of 1 Thess. 4:13ff we do not grieve as those who no hope. Tom's faith has been made complete. May we finish the course of faith as my friend and brother Tom has.
David Taylor

I saw Tom at LAC everyday I attended. I saw how dedicated he was working out, I saw how he was loved by all. I saw he and his son Jim with there special bump handshake.
I ran into Tom at Cars and Coffee and then is when we introduced and from that day forward we always said hello by name and chatted here and there. I wish I was able to get to know Tom better, I know he would have had a positive impact on my life. I was at LAC the day Tom left us. My heart is hurting for the Hahn family...