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Coroner seeks next-of-kin info about recently deceased man

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

SUMMIT COUNTY – County Coroner Joanne Richardson is asking the public to provide next-of-kin information about a man recently found dead in a van off of Tiger Road in Breckenridge. She was given the case on Dec. 3.Richardson has confirmed that the man’s name is Ted “Theodore” Hahn age 50, possibly born in Arizona. She adds that Hahn may have been married and may have a couple of kids.The man’s father, Wilmer Hahn, died Oct. 22, 1996, in Apache Junction, Ariz. In his obituary, it is mentioned that Wilmer Hahn founded the Lost Alaskan Restaurant in East Mesa, Ariz., in the 1960s and that he had two sons, William and Ted. William Hahn, at the time of Wilmer’s death, resided in Hesperia, Calif. and had six children.Richardson also believes the recently deceased man has an ex-wife in Westport, Wash.Anyone with information about the man or possible next of kin is encouraged to call the coroner’s office at (970) 668-2964.


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