Doris Jean Hackett

Born: Sat., May 19, 1928
Died: Wed., Oct. 19, 2016


Visitation

9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Fri., Nov. 04, 2016
Location: Good Samaritan Home Chapel


Cremation was accorded - Memorial Service

10:00 AM Fri., Nov. 04, 2016
Location: Good Samaritan Home Chapel


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DORIS JEAN HACKETT

   Doris Jean Hackett, 88, of Quincy died at 3:32 p.m. Wednesday (October 19, 2016) in Blessing Hospital.

   Doris Jean was born on May 19, 1928, in Detroit, Michigan the daughter of Keith and Dorothea McCarty. She married Theodore Hackett in June of 1969 in Detroit and he preceded her in death in 2006.

   Doris Jean was a 1946 graduate of Quincy High School.  She was a member of the North Hills Historic Automobile Club, Hiking Club and Bridge Club in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.  Doris Jean enjoyed refinishing furniture, knitting, crocheting, gardening, traveling and simply loved life.  She had a love for dogs, was a Schipperke breeder and had Shetland Sheepdogs.

   Doris Jean had been employed as a Claims Clerk with Hartford Steamboiler.  Upon her marriage to Theodore, she became a wonderful wife and homemaker.

   Survivors include a step son, David Hackett (Kathy) of Cape Fair, MO; a step daughter, Frances Eck (Alan) of Springfield, VA; four step grandchildren, Rick Hackett (Alisa), Kate Hronek (Brett), Brian Eck and Keith Eck (Melissa); five step great grandchildren, Lucy, June, Sawyer, Hayley and Emily; a loving sister-in-law and niece; and many loving friends.

   Mrs. Hackett was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Theodore; one daughter, Nannette "Muffy" Nice; and a brother, Neil Hudson.

   Cremation has been accorded to Mrs. Hackett.  A Memorial Service to celebrate her life will be held Friday morning (November 4, 2016) at 10:00 in the Good Samaritan Home Chapel with Chaplain James Riley officiating.  Private burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery in Clarence, Missouri.

   Visitation will be held Friday morning (November 4, 2016) from 9:00 until the time of services in the Good Samaritan Home Chapel.
  
   Arrangements are in the care of Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home.

   Memorials may be made to Good Samaritan Home.

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Brian Eck
   Posted Fri October 21, 2016
RIP to the only Grandmother I knew. She married into a family, soon to grow (ie. an older, handsome man.) Her new husband had 3 children, all over 18. Within my family tree, (she married before I was born) she treated me like a grand child, since I had not other Grand Mom I am forever thankful for filling that role.

As I matured she treated me like a peer within "this family." She never gave-up secrets shared, but she always extended trust, and love to friends and others I brought around.

I haven't cried until now, when typing this, but I want to thank her for being my Grand Mom. She was my mothers' step-mom, only 12-years different between the two of them in age. Yet, they connected to provide a loving impact on my family, she wasn't acting, SHE WAS MY GRANDMOTHER. My mother, married to an Air-Force officer, after birthing young children accepted Jean, and after many visits 200+ miles away, us visiting them, them visiting us provided a Grand Mother I never would have had without the shared efforts of my mom and Grand Mom. My cousins, I probably would have had much less contact with too.

Her place within the family, by wanting to love us, and us loving her whittled down her square-peg to a perfect circle, in (this), her Grand Son's eyes by she assured this post, tears and memories. I'll gladly proclaim I am her legacy, I AM HER GRANDSON.

I'll miss her dearly, I'll miss her love of Antique Cars, (she had a Classic Mustang (Sort-of, lol), A Cadillac (Long, Yellow **introduced me to 8-tracs.) and loved a 1928 Model-A ford her husband had.

Her cooking was hesitant, but Shake and Bake pork-chops, strawberry rhubarb pie (rhubarb from her garden) home made Salad Dressings, her mothers' recipe and the best I ever had, and most of all RUM CAKE! Yeah, with a good recipe, good direction, encouragement she was everything I could have asked as a Grand Mother. RIP Ma'am. I love you Grand Mom, I can never thank you enough for your Grand Kids as you would have, as your own.


Brian Eck
   Posted Sat October 22, 2016
*Might be a double post, sorry :(

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