In Memory

Terrence Hackett

Place of death Watson Lake Yukon Canada May 27, 1975 Viet Nam Veteran

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06/28/13 09:05 PM #1    

Carol Hanes (Smith)

Terry, to a friend who never was anything but nice.   You are missed.  I hope after the tragic way you died that you are truly resting in peace.

06/29/13 06:44 PM #2    

Mary Ann Davis (Ureche)

From John Moore Elementary to High School Graduation and beyond Terry Hackett was the epitomy of  a Gentleman.  One of the nicest people I have ever had the privilage to know. 

09/18/13 12:22 AM #3    

Thomas Hersem

If the truth of the old adage, "Only the good die young" needs any substantiation, the life of our classmate, Terry Hackett is that  verification.  I recall, as if it were yesterday, his father asking all who attended Terry's funeral to come to the Hackett home and tell their best Terry Hackett story because he knew his son had never hurt anyone.  Even better, to me, was the selfless spirit who was always there for a friend and never too tired to lend a helping hand.  He was a good man, gone much too soon.

05/03/14 08:03 PM #4    

Judith Wrege

Terry was a really nice person. I met Terry when i was 5 years old in Ms. Plaga's Kindergarden class at

John moore School and knew him growing- up. He was one of the kids you were always friends with.

Judy Wrege

05/05/14 01:21 PM #5    

Matthew Beach

I remember a day early in our 9th grade year: a few guys walking with Terry outside South Intermediate School. One said, "There's a 7th grader. Let's depants him." There was silence for a few moments. Then Terry said, "We didn't like it when it was done to us. We're not doing it." That brought more silence, while I thought: Bravo, Terry! --Matthew Beach

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