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Robert Courtney Hahnen Sr card to Mary L Keating Daniels 1995

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Robert Courtney Hahnen Sr card to Mary L Keating Daniels 1994

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Robert Courtney Hahnen I tombstone

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Robert Courtney Hahnen I (1906-1999) Worker (b. September 23, 1906; Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, USA - d. October 19, 1999; Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, 55108, USA) Social Security Number 470426986.

ParentsEdit

His father was Herman F. Hahnen (1880-1911). His mother was Zora Montgomery Courtney (1882-1962) and she was born in Illinois. Herme and Zora married on June 26, 1901 in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois.

BirthEdit

He was born on September 23, 1906 in Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.

SiblingEdit

He had a sister: Gretchen Francis Hahnen (1902-1986) who married Eddie August Schneider (1911-1940).

MarriageEdit

He married Elizabeth Young (1908-1992) on June 4, 1930 in St. Paul, Minnesota, and had two children.

ChildrenEdit

Memorial StadiumEdit

St. Paul Pioneer Press; July 21, 1992: Memorial Stadium, the U-shaped, red-brick home of University of Minnesota football games for 58 autumns between 1924 and 1981, will be laid to rest after a simple service Friday morning. A few university officials and friends will gather to eulogize the prominent landmark, whose passing has been fated since Gophers games were moved to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in 1982. The stadium will be remembered as a special place that came to life on crisp fall afternoons with players such as ... feel very, very bad about it, says Robert Hahnen Sr., 85, of St. Paul. Hahnen's life has been linked to Memorial Stadium since October 2, 1924, ...

DeathEdit

He died on October 19, 1999 in Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota.

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