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Barbara Mattern Hahn

April 30, 1945 - February 16, 2023

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Barbara Jane Hahn (nee Mattern), 77 years old of Park Hills, Missouri, passed away on February 16, 2023.  She was born on April 30, 1945 in Houston, Texas a daughter to George and Martha Mattern.  Barbara graduated from St. Pius High School, Houston Texas, in 1963.  She received her B.S. in accounting from Central Methodist University.  She married Raymond Hahn in 1968 and lived together in Houston for 13 years before relocating to Missouri to raise their children.  Barbara is survived by her husband Raymond Hahn and three children: William Hahn of Park Hills, Kathy (Tony Saballa) of St. Louis, and John Hahn of Park Hills; one sister Georgia (Dennis) Brunner, Flatonia, Texas and a niece Amber (T.J.) Carruthers.  She is preceded in death by her parents and a nephew Brian Brunner.  Barbara worked as an accountant before happily embracing the life of retirement.  She was part of a competitive cooking community and spent much of her time creating delicious recipes.  She was awarded in several contests which included the honor of being a finalist at the Pillsbury Bake-off in 2008.  She was a foodie that enjoyed the many tastes of the local cuisine amongst her travels with her beloved husband.  She had much love for her dachshunds and rescued and cared for several over her lifetime.  Barbara wished to forgo a viewing or memorial service.  She will be laid to rest at the National Cemetery at Jefferson Barracks.  In lieu of any flowers, the family requests donations be made to Dachshund Rescue of North America.