The family of Clarence F. Hackman uploaded a photo
Thursday, January 9, 2020
celine and John derosa posted a condolence
Sunday, August 4, 2019WE are so sorry hear of Clarence's passing. we always enjoyed him when I belonged to the Aux. He was very friendly and quiet. Prayers got to Cookie and their daughters
Robin Simerson lit a candle
Sunday, August 4, 2019
Tim & Elaine Apgar & Family lit a candle
Saturday, August 3, 2019
laura douglas posted a condolence
Saturday, August 3, 2019Hi Cookie - I worked with Clarence at Elling Brothers and we shared lots of laughs He was a special guy and listened to me bitch about my job. He will be missed. My thoughts are with you all.
Natalie Sutton posted a condolence
Saturday, August 3, 2019I was so sorry to hear of Clarence's passing, he was one of my favorite guys. Just remember Cookie, " if you can't do this you cant do nothing". Try and remember all the good times. Natalie Sutton
June and Berg Manners posted a symbolic gesture
Saturday, August 3, 2019
Sandy Rynearson posted a condolence
Friday, August 2, 2019Dear Cookie, Donna, Jeff, Bridget and families. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Clarence. We feel so fortunate to have known him and for him (and Cookie) to have been such good friends with our parents. They shared alot of good times, laughs and much more together with us, Sadly, the Whitehouse Fire Company has lost another devoted and dedicated member. In our hearts we feel they are all back together again and are forming their own fire company in heaven ❤ Love, Sandy & Lee, Cindy and Penny.
Joseph Dante, Sr. posted a condolence
Thursday, August 1, 2019Clarence and I have been friends for 34 years. I considered him my seventh brother. We worked together, fished together and hunted together. He covered for me just like my brothers would have cause I was the youngest. We laughed and we cried in good times and bad. Clarence was part of my family. During hunting season when we stayed at the motel we all drew straws to see who was spending the night with the snoring bear. Michael and I always lost, but boy did we have fun. We spent many hours at the cabin. During the build he was my apprentice. I’d lay down a tool and before I knew it Clarence had it put away. The cabin was one of our Happy places where we had our best talks. He was my brother, my best friend and my confessor. I will miss him dearly. Till we meet again, Love you brother.
James Gianchiglia posted a condolence
Thursday, August 1, 2019I am sure that Clarence will be missed by many. He was a hell of a man, a joy to work for, and with. He could get you anything you needed. Where he got it nobody cared, but he got it. He did his job very well. I enjoyed all the time I spent working with him and he will always be remembered by many. R I P MR HACKMAN ! !
Frances stahl (tootsie) posted a condolence
Thursday, August 1, 2019Clarence was always the biggest tease growing up. He loved his family and loved playing football and working on his Nash (tub) car. He worked hard along side uncle Russell on their dairy farm! Have not been in touch but thought of him many times through the years
Bonnie Savary Claypool posted a condolence
Thursday, August 1, 2019So sorry to hear of the passing of Clarence. I remember him well when I went to Aunt Anna and Uncle Russel's to visit. My mother and uncle Russel were brother and sister. I live in a small town in Kansas. Please keep in touch Cookie. Again remembering Clarence with fond memories. 2nd. Timothy 4. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.3
Alma and Frank Papics posted a condolence
Wednesday, July 31, 2019Cookie and family So sorry to hear of Clarence passing. Good memories of a nice guy. Prayers for you and family. Love and hugs. Alma & Frank