Darren Duane Hadl

No public services are planned for Darren Duane Hadl, 52, Lawrence, who died Sunday, April 21, 2019, at his home. To celebrate his life, a meal will be held for family and friends at 1 pm Saturday, April 27th, at Centenary United Methodist Church, 245 N. 4th St., Lawrence.

Darren was born Sept. 16, 1966, in Lawrence, the son of Wilfred D. and Connie F. Tevis Hadl. He graduated from Lawrence High School and later attended college. He was a carpenter and a gifted artist, creating paintings, bracelets, and pool cues. He was a life scout and a member of the Kanwaka 4-H Club. In his spare time, he enjoyed playing pool and poker.

Survivors include his mother, Connie Hadl, Lawrence, and a brother, Cory Hadl, Superior, Colo. He was preceded in death by his father, Willie Hadl.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that friends pay a good deed forward or extend a hand up to someone else, as Darren did and would have done.

Messages & Condolences

From HH...

My deepest condolences to the family and friends. May you find comfort in your many memories together and in God and his word the Bible (2 Corinthians 1:3,4/Philippians 4:7)

From Kathryn Coulter...

Very sorry to hear news of Darren’s passing. Indeed he was a wonderful, caring person. He will be missed

From Carol von Tersch...

Connie and Cory, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. Our kids had good times when they were growing up in Western Hills. You will be remembered in my prayers. Carol von Tersch (Carol Kearns)

From Jon Woodward...

I have been away since 4/20 and have only now heard about Darren. He as a good man and brother. I hope he is now in a better place

From Clint Breithaupt...

“In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that friends pay a good deed forward or extend a hand up to someone else, as Darren did and would have done.” This is EXACTLY what Darren would have done =) RIP friend.

From Steve Silvers...

Connie and Cory,
Comforting hugs to you both during this difficult time.
From an ol’ friend of Kanwaka 4-H club.

From Aline Holtzman...

My thoughts and prayers are with you Connie and Cory. I know it will be hard in the days to come. Friends are here to lean on in your time of need. May Darren rest in peace.

From JEGGENBERGER...

Sorry to hear about Darren

From LINDY LINDQUIST...

Connie and Cory,

Sending my love and prayers. I remember many good time with Darren and your family at 4-H events and activities.

From Tom Shorock...

My deepest condolences on behalf of Darren’s brothers in Lawrence Lodge #6.

From Tammy Barta...

Connie and family,

Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. I remember Darren at church when we were children and he was always so sweet. He and Willy are together now, although I am sorry he has gone on so soon. May you know that he is now at peace beside our God.

From Tim Miner...

Rest in peace my friend

From Orville and Mary Jane Church...

Our thoughts and prayers to the family.

From Brad Mullenix...

Happy trails my friend to that poker table in the sky. Monday I was telling my favorite Darrin story about the Poker Pub trip to Vegas to some guys I was playing golf with. And today I found out he is gone. My condolences to family.

From Barbara F. McCrary...

My thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family, Connie, in the days to come.

From MIKE AND ROSEMARY...

May he rest in peace…Mike Hadl…

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