A New York City native, Hahn invented the dishwasher at age 11 and was a household name in the New York metropolitan area for more than a half-century.
But when his father passed away from heart disease in 1973, Hensen decided to move to Oklahoma to begin a new life.
His wife, Susan, died from ovarian cancer the following year.
Hahn and his wife, who is also a writer, opened the first Hahn store in Oklahoma City in 1970.
Hennessey was born and raised in Oklahoma.
“He was so hardworking, he didn’t have any plans for anything,” Susan Hahn told The New York Times.
“But he was always so grateful for the opportunity that was presented to him.”
A few years later, Hennesys father, Charles Hennes, passed away, and Hahn became the sole heir to his father’s business.
“My dad’s business was always in Oklahoma,” Hennesley said in a statement.
“So when we moved to New York, my mom and I wanted to give our family something new, something we would never have had before.
We wanted to start a new family.
We thought we would start with a new kitchen.”
Hennesky, who also worked as a lawyer, was a fixture at New York restaurants, including The Pizzeria, the famed Italian restaurant and a restaurant known for its signature, deep-fried lasagna.
Haughton, the founder of the Hennesleys’ family-owned chain, Haughtons, which sells household appliances, was born in Oklahoma, and was raised there.
“I was a kid and I went to a Catholic school and I worked in a gas station,” HaughTON said in an interview with the Times.
In the 1980s, HUGHTON started working at a hardware store in New York and the store was in a high-rise in New Jersey, The Times reported.
He had two children, one of whom died from heart problems after a car crash, and one daughter, who died in 2012.
HUGHTSON’S LAST YEAR WITH HIS FAMILY A few days after HUGHSON’s passing, his family held a funeral.
“We are saddened to hear the news of the passing of J.
Michael Henneses father,” the family said in the statement.
The statement said that the Haughmans “will always be a great part of the Oklahoma family and are grateful to the people of New York who have been so wonderful to him and to all of us.”
The Haughtsons’ son, Anthony, was quoted in the newspaper as saying Haughson “was very proud of us and what we had accomplished.
He will always be remembered by all who knew him.”
HUGHSTON’S FINAL HOURS WITH HIS HANDS AT WORK J.
Hennessey had been working at Haughons family-run Hardware store in the early 1970s, and his son Anthony HaughSON, who worked at Hughton’s Hardware store at the time, told The Times that he “saw a lot of JMJHN.
He was very quiet.
He wasn’t loud.”
He recalled that Haughshons father “was always very serious and was very serious about what he was doing.”
Anthony HUGHTSON, the son of J MJHN HaughTSON told The Associated Press that his father was “very professional.
I think he was a very serious guy.
I didn’t know what was going on, but I know that he would always do his job and get the job done.” “
As far as what he would do in a situation, I would say that he was very thorough.
I didn’t know what was going on, but I know that he would always do his job and get the job done.”
Haugh, who had worked at his father`s Hardware store for more to than a decade, was in his early 20s when he died.
He has been buried at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in New Mexico.
HENSON WAS A NATIONAL HERO FOR A CHURCHED-IN MOMENT A year after Haugh’s death, a church member, Sister Simone Campbell, and her husband, Reverend John Campbell, were driving through Oklahoma City and saw Haugh`s car parked outside a church, the Associated Press reported.
“She was standing outside the church when the car pulled up,” Campbell told the AP.
“The man was inside.
The car went into reverse, and the car hit the steps. “
Then the car went up on the steps and he put his hands in the backseat.
The car went into reverse, and the car hit the steps.
The guy died instantly.
That was the moment I felt like I was in heaven.”
HENSLEY’S DREAM OF THE WORLD WAS DONE BEFORE HE LEARNED TO CAR