James Paul Hahn, 18, Glen Burnie High student

August 31, 2002

James Paul Hahn, a student at Glen Burnie High School who worked part time installing air-conditioning systems, died of undetermined causes Aug. 24 at his mother's home in Linthicum. He was 18.

Born in Baltimore and raised in Glen Burnie, Mr. Hahn was an avid reader and enjoyed watching science fiction films. He also liked playing video games, listening to music and collecting movie posters.

Mr. Hahn, who worked for Fetty Air Conditioning, was entering his junior year.

He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church in Glen Burnie.

Services were held Thursday.

He is survived by his mother, Laura Ann Anderson of Linthicum; his father, James H. Hahn of Glen Burnie; a brother, Travis J. Green of Arbutus; a sister, Katie Marie Hahn of Montgomery Village; and his stepfather, John Carroll Green of Arbutus.

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