Herman Joseph “Herm” Hahler age 99, of Greenville passed away Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at Mission Point of Greenville. He was born April 6, 1921 in (Hannah) Kingsley, Michigan, the son of Clemence George & Oleva Philemona (Wurm) Hahler. Along with his wife, they watched their family grow up to respect and love the Lord. Herm was a Corporal in the United States Army during World War II, a member of St. Charles Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Council #2084, Right to Life of Montcalm County, St. James the Apostle Assembly 3360 and Flat River Community Players where he assisted in the presentation of stage plays and educational skits for students. He was a counselor for Father Rievers Squires Circle, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts Troops 150 and 3150, he worked as an assistant cook for many Cursillos and Veritas seminars, worked with fellow Knights of Columbus in unity in their many charitable, fraternal and patriotic endeavors, volunteered transportation for the Council on Aging in Stanton was a former lector at St. Charles Catholic Church and was retired from the United States Postal Service. Herm is survived by his daughters Mary Hahler of Greenville, Becky Lindsey of Belding; sons Richard Hahler of Muskegon and David Hahler of Greenville; seven grandchildren Jeffrey (Bev) Hahler, Bridget Demorest, Brian Lindsey, B.J. Lindsey, Bonnie Lindsey, Barbara (Travis) Crouch and Raven Hahler; several great grandchildren and other family members. He is preceded in death by his parents, wife Elizabeth Jean Hahler on April 24, 1980, sisters Alinda Coiner and Catherine Novak and son in law Robert Lindsey. Funeral Mass will be 11 AM Wednesday, December 23, 2020 at St. Charles Catholic Church, Greenville celebrated by Fr. Jim Wyse. Military Services will follow the Mass at the church by the Greenville American Legion Post #101. Burial will take place at St. Charles Catholic Cemetery. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, visitation will only be from 10 AM till the Mass at the church on Wednesday. According to the church guidelines after viewing of Herm you are asked to immediately enter the church to await the celebration of his Mass. Memorial contributions can be made in Herm’s name to St. Charles Catholic School.