Mary C. Hahn passed away peacefully Saturday morning, June 3, 2023, atNorthwest Hospital, in the presence of her husband Robert E. Hahn and daughterKatherine M. Hahn, after a brief illness. Mary was born September 26, 1941 toJohn W. Connelly and Edna T. Connelly in New Orleans, but spent most of heryouth in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C. Mary was an active volunteerfor a number of causes. She was also a key advisor in her husband's business andwas an early adopter of computer technologies in the 1980s. She was a giftedathlete, involved in field hockey, tennis and sailing. She was also a championshipgolfer who was very proud of being the first woman marshal in the D.C. area tomarshal a PGA event. She often fondly recalled an exchange with Arnold Palmer,who thanked her for her service on the course. "It's nice to see you ladies outhere," Mr. Palmer told her. Mary thought education was important and studiedmany topics, including history and antiques, art, and cooking. She had manyhobbies such as pottery, needlework, bridge, and mah jongg, and making orangemarmalade with fruit from her own fruit trees. Besides her husband and daughter,Mary is survived by her son David, daughter-in-law Lisa, son-in-law BradDonaldson, grandchildren Andrew, Katie, Nathan and Justin, brothers Ralph(Patsy), Joseph (Jeanne) and Stephen, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.Please help us celebrate Mary on Friday, June 9, 2023 at any of the following:10:00 a.m. viewing at Vistoso Funeral Home (2285 E. Rancho Vistoso Blvd, OroValley, AZ 85755), 11:00 a.m. funeral service at Vistoso Funeral Home followedby burial at Marana Mortuary and Cemetery (12146 W. Barnett Road, Marana, AZ85653). Friends are invited to celebrate Mary with her family at her home after theburial service starting at 3:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona or to the American Cancer Society\n\nThere are no gallery images.