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Bryan Scott Stewart Hahn, age 23, of Arcadia, passed away on Tuesday, July 25, 2023. He was born on February 6, 2000 in Indianapolis to his parents, Kevin Hahn and Connie Stewart.
Bryan graduated from Hamilton Heights High School in the class of 2019. Bryan had a love for all animals, especially macaroni penguins, meerkats, and his pets. Bryan found the perfect job at VCA in Carmel. He also enjoyed his time working for Dick’s Sporting Goods this past year.
Bryan had recently discovered his love for cooking and grilling and became quite good at it too! He enjoyed working on cars, collecting Pokeman cards, game nights, and spending time with his German Shepard, Atlas. He found joy in hiking the trails at Turkey Run. He was an avid gun enthusiast and was working towards becoming a gunsmith. Bryan was also consistently finding ways to support veterans and those who have served.
Bryan was a proud family man. His family was incredibly important to him. He shared a special bond that can only be shared between twins with his twin sister Victoria. He was the best babysitter to his nieces and nephews, and they always knew how much he loved them. To know him meant you knew his sense of humor and his great laugh! Bryan was the type of person to make sure everyone around him was okay; he loved to help others in any way he could. He will be greatly missed by all that know him.
Those left to carry on Bryan’s legacy of love are his parents, Connie Stewart and Bob Kruszewski; sisters, Elizabeth (Randy) Bowling, Victoria (Jax, also a great friend to Bryan), Becky (Blake) Watson, Kelly (Randy) Ingles; brother, Bobby James (Heather) Kruszewski II; grandma, Beverly Stewart; Uncles, Carl T. (Vicki) Stewart, Joe (Kristina) Stewart, Troy (Jeanne) Whitted, Danny Weaver, Tom Strong; aunts, Kristi Weaver, Janet Johnson; nieces and nephews, Brody, Bailey, Bobby, Addy, Berkley; as well as many cousins.
Bryan was welcomed into Heaven by his dad, Kevin Hahn; grandmas, Teddie Strong, Cleroa Weaver; grandpa, Carl E. Stewart; and aunt, Lori Strong.
A visitation for family and friends will be held on Monday, July 31, 2023 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Taylor & Cowan Funeral Home, located at 314 N. Main St. in Tipton. A funeral service celebrating his life will immediately follow the visitation with Pastor Byron Fritz officiating. The committal will take place in Fairview Cemetery.
Taylor & Cowan Funeral Home is honored to serve Bryan’s family in their time of need. Please feel free to leave an online condolence or share a special memory of Bryan with his family on his tribute wall.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Bryan’s honor can be made to the funeral home to offset funeral expenses. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home during visitation time or online donations can be made using the green online payment button at the bottom of our homepage; please include Bryan’s name in the comment section. Donations in his honor can also be made to The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the link can be found on his obituary page.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Taylor & Cowan Funeral Home
314 N. Main Street, Tipton IN 46072