Condolences for Paula M. Hahn

Roberta and Dan Driscoll posted on 5/31/22

Dan and I were saddened to hear of Penny’s passing. She was one of the first LYC members that we met when we joined the club and impressed us with her dedication and energy. There was nothing Penny could not do and she did it with grace and humility. Now is her time to rest and relish in all her good deeds. Our prayers are with Fred and their family.


June Bitzer posted on 5/22/22

What fun times were shared with Penny. Both of us enjoyed playing bridge and whenever a game was suggested, we were available. Winning was never as important as playing. Twice a week was an always, overage happily accepted. When LYC volunteers were needed, Penny’s hand flew up. Besides bridge, Penny was always busy, from New Year’s Eve parties to knitting. Penny was special.


Joyce Dreger posted on 5/21/22

I’m so sorry to hear of Penny’s passing. She had such patience with me I with Mahjong instruction I referred to her as “Yoda”! Rest In Peace


Ellen and PC George Anderson posted on 5/19/22

Penny's keen intelligence, wry humor, beautiful smile and volunteer spirit will be greatly missed by George and me, and many others who were fortunate to know her through LYC. People of Penny's caliber are very rare indeed. We extend our sincere condolences to Fred and their entire family, who of course will miss her the most. May she rest in peace.


Alice and John Comer posted on 5/18/22

We are so very sorry to read about Penny’s passing. Penny was such an integral member of LYC. She was a mentor to me when I served as Women’s Committee chair. She was a talented knitter and was happy to share her knowledge and skills with others. She was secretary during John’s Commodore term and kept him appraised of all important information. Five past commodores were eager to nominate the Hahn’s for Emeritus status. When I last spoke with her in December Penny reminded me of our sailing lesson experience of capsizing in the Puffer and we still had a good laugh. Our prayers and thoughts are with Fred and her Family. Sincerely Alice and John Comer


Bob & Kate Fierro posted on 5/18/22

Condolences to the family. The LYC race committee will miss Penny at the finish line. May her memory be a blessing.


Joe & Judy Farfalla posted on 5/18/22

Penny was such an integral part of LYC. She was on the membership committee when Joe & I were chairpersons & had been for years. As secretary you could always count on her to ‘record’ the meetings on the recorder she always used. Penny could be seen volunteering at various events. My funniest time spent with Penny was our decision to take a sailing lesson on one of the club boats. We capsized & tried to get back in the boat, but we were laughing so hard it didn’t go very smoothly. We will miss her & our heartfelt sympathies go out to Fred & their family.


Joe & Judy Farfalla posted on 5/18/22

Penny was such an integral part of LYC. When Joe & I were membership chairs Penny was part of our committee & had been in previous years. She was a great secretary. I remember she used a recorder at meetings so as not to miss anything. You would always see her serving food or volunteering at various club events. My first & funniest time with Penny was our decision to take sailing lessons on the club boat. We capsized & tried to get back in the boat, but we were all laughing so hard we didn’t make it! We will miss her & we send our sincere condolences to Fred & their family!


Pat Marrone posted on 5/18/22

My deepest sympathies to Fred and Family. Penny was so active in LYC , and we enjoyed playing Mah Jongg with her and her round robin Mah Jongg event every year. She will be missed by all.


Suzy Wright Emmanuelle posted on 5/17/22

Our deepest sympathies on Penny’s passing She was such an active member of LYC! I worked with her in Membership and I remember she and Fred for years on WPI as well as LYC The Wright family owned a home just down the street from their “Swiss Chalet” style home on Pershing Blvd! Many memories Enjoyed Penny’ s energy and spirit! I did not know she was an educator and supervisor which does not surprise me one bit! Peace, Suzy Wright and Brian Emmanuelle


Pat Wright posted on 5/17/22

The first time I met Penny she was House Treasurer as my husband I were House chairs at LYC. She later went on to be the Club Secretary when I started creating the LYC directory. She was wonderful at both roles and helped us immensely. Later she taught me how to play Mahjong, a game I now love. I will miss you!