In Memory

James Walter Hacker

James Walter Hacker

James Hacker, died on August 6,2015 in Port St. Lucie, FL. He graduated from Rennselear Polytechnic Institute, was recruited by Boeing in Seattle and earned his MBA from the University of Washington. His survivors are his daughters Joan and Jane Hacker of New York, New York.


 



 
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08/14/15 09:44 AM #2    

Michael G. Weiss

Jim was one of my first friends in junior high.

I remember that he made the most creative science projects in high school

My sympathies to his family.


08/14/15 11:38 AM #3    

Polly Dancyger (Sherard)

Too young. My sincere condolences to the family. 


08/14/15 11:56 AM #4    

Susanna Markiewicz (McNeil)

I never knew James, but he sounds like a great guy and an accomplished individual.  My sincere condolences to his family on their far too early loss.


08/14/15 03:05 PM #5    

Elizabeth Kain (Guyton)

I remember him as a genuinely nice person.  My sincere condolences to his family who I am sure will miss him greatly. 


08/14/15 03:16 PM #6    

Virginia Coneglio (McCormac)

My deepest sympathy to the family.


08/14/15 06:55 PM #7    

John McDougald

Jim and I were friends ever since second grade.  He and I ran for student president of Sussex School when we were in the sixth grade.  Jim won with a great campaign slogan -- "Be a Hacker Backer!"  A good guy!  Prayers go out to his family.


08/14/15 07:41 PM #8    

Marjorie R. Brown (Reimer)

My deepest sympathy to Jim's family. Rest in Peace.


08/15/15 04:42 AM #9    

Susan Eliz. Herron (Hall)

I'm so sorry for your loss.  

 


08/15/15 12:42 PM #10    

Philip John Padgett

Very sorry to learn of the passing of Jim Hacker.  I remember talking politics and kidding around while we ate lunch together in the gallery at the top of the stadium.  Too bad we never crossed paths at Boeing.  My time there was in "the other Washington."  Sincere condolences to his daughters and family.

 

   Phil Padgett


08/16/15 03:16 PM #11    

Sandy Amdur (Segal)

I remember such a witty and kind young man, so was very sorry to hear about the death of Jim.  I offer my condolences to his family


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