William Hackett

 adirondack-enterprise Fri, Oct 30, 1953
Funeral Rites Held
For William Hackett

Word has been received here of
the death of William Hackett who
di«d at the Physicians Hospital,
Plattsburgh* Funeral services was
conducted from his home in Saranac
Hollow. Mr. Prlchard, of
Plattsburgh, officiated, assisted by
Mr. Matthews, a friend of the
family, also from Plattsburgh
Burial was in the Saranac Hollow
cemetery. Pall bearers were
Robert Napper, William Davis,
Francis Davis, Edwin Gunningham,
Pvt. John F. Kuhben and
James Taylor.
Mr. Hackett was born in Black
Brook, Oct. 4, 1869, the son of
William and Almeda Atterway
Hackett. His parents moved to
Saranac Hollow when he was seven
years old where he lived until his
death.
He is survived by two daughters,
Mrs. John Pratt, of Saranac Lake
and Mrs. Frank Davis, of Dannemora.
There is one brother,
Charles Hackett, of Saranac Hollow,
seven grandchildren, seven
great grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.

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Lawson Hackett

 Press-Republican—Wed.. April 15, 1970

Lawson Hackett
SARANAC — Lawson Hackett,
76, a former residient
of Saranac. died in City Hospital
The son of Charles and Kate
(Sinclair) Hackett of Saranac.
Mr. Hackett was a veteran
of World War I
He Is survived by his wife,
the former Ruth Enders of
Cincinati, Ohio; two daughters,
Mrs Gladys Orlow and
Mrs. Ruth Brigle. both of
Dannemora.three brothers
 Kenneth of Loon Lake. Burton
Dannemora. and Malcolm of
Plattsburgh: six sisters, Mrs.
Clayda Revoir and Mrs Veredith
Tyndall, both of Dannernora,
Mrs. Henry Prumer
and Mrs. Morns Duquette,
bath of Cadyville, and Miss
Vivian Hackett and Mrs
James Demo. both of Platts
burgh andfive grand children
Funera! services took place
In .Detroit with bunal in
Forest Lawn C e m e t e r y ,
Detroit.

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Kenneth Hackett

Press-Republican—Thursday, February 12, 1981

Kenneth Hackett
DANNEMORA – Funeral services
for Kenneth Hackett, 77, who
died Saturday afternoon at the
were held on Wednesday afternoon
 CVPH Medical Center, were held at
at the R.W. Walker Funeral Home.
 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. James
Church The Rev. Cyril Rapin celebrated
the Mass.
Bearers were John Hackett,
Adrian King, Harold Laundry
Jamas Lahee, Daniel Casey and
Leon Lagree.
A large delegation from Clinton
Correctional Facility served as
honorary bearers.
Entombment was in St. James
Cemetery in Cadyville to await spring
burial.
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Della Mae Hackett

Press-Republican — Wednesday, September 3 1975

Mae Pratt
LAKE PLACID .— Mrs. Mae
Pratt, 83, formerly of Saranac
Hollow, died Monday at the Uihiein
Mercy Center in Lake Placid.
She was born June 4, 1892, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs: William
Hackett.
She is survived by her husband,
John Pratt of Lake Placid; one
daughter, Mrs. Alice Cunningham
of Dannemora; one son, William
Asher of Saranac; one sister, ^Mrs.
Ellen Davis of Qannemoraj jmd a
grandson and granddaughter and
several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and
7 to 9 p.m Wednesday at the Fortune
Funeral Home in Saranac Lake.
Services will be held at the funeral home.
Thursday at 2 p.m . Burial will be in the
Saranac Independence Cemetery.

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Roy L Hackett

Press-Republican— Saturday, March 13, 1976
Roy L Hackett

Sarasota, Fla- Roy L
Hackett 77 died wednesday at his
home here after a long illness
A retired iron miner, Mr
Hackett moved from Plattsburgh
to Florida in 1963. He was born in
Saranac, the son of Robert L and
Melvina (Leno) Hackett.
He is survived by two sisters,
Mrs Ruth Gonyea of Plattsburgh
and Mrs Lillian Allison of Liverpool
and two brothers Ross H Hackett of Memphis
Mich and Guy C Hackett of Manlius.
Mr Hacketts body was cremated and the
ashes scattered over the Gulf of Mexico.

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Ruth Mae Hackett

Press-Republican—Tuesday September 27,1983

Ruth M. Gonyea
MOUNT JACKSON, Va. – Mrs.
Ruth Mae (Hackett) Gonyea, 88,
died on Sept. 24,1983, at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Lucky P. Fear in
Mount Jackson, Va.
Born in Saranac to Robert and
Melvina (Leno) Hackett on Sept. 18,
1895, she was married to Joseph I.
Gonyea. He died on Oct. 18,1956.
Mrs. Gonyea moved to her
daughter’s home in July. While living
in the area, she was a lifetime
member of the American Legion,
the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary
and the Rod and Gun Club.
She was a licensed practical nurse
in the Plattsburgh area.
Survivors include three
daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Bouyea of
Morrisonville, Mrs. Lucky Fear of
Mount Jackson. Va., and Mrs. Vera
DeMott Slaszkizwics of Asbury
Park.lM.J.; one son, Lloyd (Slim)
Gonyea of Plattsburgh; two
brothers, Ross Hackett of Michigan
and Guy Hackett of Plattsburgh;
one sister, Lillian Allison of Liverpool;
and many grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.
Calling hours are at her
daughter’s home in Virginia.
Graveside services will be in
Saranac at the Independent
Cemetery on Thursday at 10 a.m.
The Lindsey Funeral Home in
Harrisonburg, Va.. is in charge of
arrangements

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Guy C Hackett

Press Republican
SATURDAY,
JUNE 6, 1992

Guy C. Hackett
PLATTSBURGH – Guy C.
Hackett, 83, of 19 Delord St.,
. died Thursday, June 4, 1992, at
the CVPH Medical Center.
He was born in Saranac, Dec.
15, 1908, the son of Robert and
Melvina (Leno) Hackett.
A machinist, Mr. Hackett
retired from Accurate Die
Casting Co. in .Manlius after
more than 30 years of service
with the company. Prior to his
employment with the Accurate
Die Casting Co., he had worked
at the Norwood School in Lake
Placid. At one time Mr. Hackett
had owned his own barber shop.
He was a communicant and
member of St. Peter’s Church.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Florence (Seney) Gonyea
of Plattsburgh; a son, John
Hackett of Shasta, Calif.; two
daughters, Mary Lou Gallinger of
Frankfort and Laura Reinsmith
of Cutten, Calif.; a sister Mrs.
Robert (Lillian) Allison of Liverpool;
and three grandsons.
Calling hours will be held at
the convenience of the family. A
Mass of Christian burial will be
celebrated Monday at 9 a.m. at
St. Peter’s Church with burial in
St. Agnes Cemetery in Lake
Placid.
Memorial donations may be
made to St. Peter’s Capital Im-
provement Fund.

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Viola M Hackett

Viola M. Duquette – Press-Republican (Mar/28/2005)
Viola M. Duquette

Cadyville ? Viola M. Duquette, 90, died Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2001, at the CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh.

She was born in Saranac on Dec. 25, 1921, the daughter of Charles and Mary (King) Hackett.

She graduated from Cadyville High School. She owned and operated Duquette?s Shopping Center and the Riverside Apartments in Cadyville for many years.

She was very active in serving the community. She was a member of R.S.V.P. and the Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County. She was a former member of the Home Bureau and the National Board of Senior Citizens.

She was a member of St. James Minor Church in Cadyville, where she was a catechism teacher, Eucharistic minister and member of the Catholic Daughters of America.

She is survived by a son, “Mo” Duquette of Plattsburgh; a daughter and son in law, Gay (Duquette) Holtz and Bob Holtz of Clifton Park; three sisters, her twin sister, Vivian Hackett of Plattsburgh, Mrs. Valeda (Hackett) Prunier of Cadyville and Mrs. Valerie Demo of Plattsburgh; three grandchildren, Josh and Jeremy Holtz and Katie Duquette; and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

Her husband, Morris Duquette Sr. and several brothers and sisters died before her.

Calling hours will be held on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the O?Neill-Redden Drown Funeral Home in Plattsburgh. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday from St. James Minor Church in Cadyville. Interment will be in the parish cemetery in the spring.

Memorial donations may be made to the Senior Citizens Council of Clinton County. For directions and guest book, please visit www.legacy.com

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Valeda Hackett

Valeda M. Prunier – Press-Republican (Dec/19/2005)
Valeda M. Prunier
CADYVILLE — Valeda M. Prunier, 94, of Cadyville, died Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2005, at the CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh.

She was born in Saranac on Jan. 22, 1911, the daughter of Charles and Mary (King) Hackett.

She enjoyed playing pinochle.

She is survived by two sisters and a brother-in-law, Vivian Hackett and Valerie and James Demo, all of Plattsburgh; many nieces and nephews; a special friend, Louise Rascoe; and many loving friends and neighbors including Enola Craig.

Her husband, Henry Prunier died in 1996. Six brothers, Lawson, Edgar, Wilmer, Kenneth, Burton and Malcolm Hackett; and three sisters, Clayda Revoir, Veredith Tyndall and Viola Duquette, also died earlier.

Calling hours will be held on Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. at the O’Neill-Redden-Drown Funeral Home in Plattsburgh.

A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday from St. James Church in Cadyville. Interment will be in St. Alexander’s Cemetery in Morrisonville in the spring.

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Burton L Hackett

Press Republican
January 27. 1990
Hackett
PLATTSBURGH – Burton
L. Hackett, 80, of Plattsburgh,
died Friday, Jan. 26, 1990. at
the CVPH Medical Center in
Plattsburgh. He had been living
at the Meadow brook Nursing
Home.
He was born in Saranac,
March 2, 1909, the son of
Charles and Mary {King)
Hackett.
Mr. Hackett lived for many
years in Cadyville and Arizona.
He was a correction officer at
Clinton Prison in Dannemora for
43 years. His wife, the former
Valeda DeFayette, died earlier.
He is survived by two sons,
Gary Hackett and John
Hackett, both of Plattsburgh. a
daughter, Judy Canning of Wallingford.
Conn.; a brother,
“Malcom Hackett
five sisters, Verdith Tyndall of
Dannemora, Viola Duquette of
Cadyville, Valeda Prunier of
Cadyville, Vivian Hackett of
Plattsburgh and Val Demo of
Plattsburgh; nine grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be held today
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Brown Funeral Home in Plattsburgh.
‘ A Mass of Christian burial will
be celebrated today at 1:30 p.m.
at St. Peters Church in Plattsburgh.
Burial will be at a later date in
St. Peter*s Cemetery. Memorial
donations may be made to the
Heart Fund.

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