Joseph "Binky" V. Hahn, Jr.

Service Scheduled for: Tuesday, Dec. 4 11:00 AM
Died: Nov. 19, 2018
Joseph "Binky" V. Hahn, Jr., 89, of Spring City, PA, loving and devoted husband to the late Joyce (Willauer) Hahn, passed away on Monday at Southeastern Veterans Center, Spring City.

Born in Pottstown, PA, he was a son of the late Joseph V. Hahn, Sr. and the late Mabel E. (Buckwalter) Hahn.

He was a 1947 graduate of Pottstown High School, and a 1949 graduate of the Hill School. Following a two-year stint in the United States Army as an ammunition storage specialist instructor, Joe attended Ursinus College.

Joe worked at the former Firestone Tire & Rubber Co from 1956-1980 as a production scheduler, and then worked in sales for Mowrey-Latshaw Hardware Company, Inc. until his retirement.

Joe was a member of Parker Ford Church, Stitcher Lodge #254, The Nature Conservancy, A.A.R.P., and a life member of Liberty Fire Company, Spring City. Joe served as a volunteer at PMMC logging over 1000 hours. Joe appreciated God's creation. He was a dedicated bird watcher, maintaining his life list for many years. Joe was also an avid golfer scoring two holes in one during his active years. He enjoyed Philadelphia sports, especially the Flyers, and studied the history of the Bible as well as World War II.

He is survived by five nephews, David Willauer, Collegeville, Bradley Willauer, Pottstown, Neil Willauer, Parker Ford, Edwin Eselby, IV, Phoenixville, and Mark Eselby, Sr., Phoenixville.

A memorial service will be 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday December 4, 2018 at Parker Ford Church, 20 Rinehart Rd., Pottstown. Officiating will be Parker Ford Church pastor, Rev. D. Jay Martin, and Joe's nephew, Rev. David Willauer. Burial will be in East Coventry Mennonite Cemetery. There will be no viewing.

Contributions may be made in his memory to the Parker Ford Church Building Fund at the above address.

Arrangements are by the Schumacher & Benner Funeral Home & Crematory, at 359 King St. in Pottstown, PA.

The services will start at Parker Ford Church

This obituary was published in the following newspapers:

The Mercury