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Kenneth Hackman

Kenneth L. Hackman

Friday, December 8th, 1944 - Tuesday, November 12th, 2019
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Obituary

Kenneth L. Hackman, 74, of Denver, passed away at home on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
He was the husband of Margaret A. “Peggy” Hess Hackman. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late Lester and Helen Gilbert Hackman.
Kenneth had owned and operated Hackman’s Truck Repair in Lititz for 27 years. He enjoyed repairing trucks and chainsaws and earlier in life enjoyed horseback riding.
Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Barry K. husband of Stacey Schott Hackman of Myerstown, and James H. Hackman of Newmanstown; two grandchildren, Samuel husband of Jackie Hackman and Chad Hackman; two great grandchildren, Colton and Lea Hackman; two step daughters, Nanette wife of Paul Strauss of Lititz, and Sherry Minnich of Birdsboro; two step sons, Randall husband of Marianne Smeltzer of Lancaster, and Paul Smeltzer of Saint Albans, WV; seven step grandchildren, two step great grandchildren; a sister, Shirley Farmer of Myerstown; and a brother Robert husband of Connie Hackman of Schoeneck.
At Mr. Hackman’s request, services and interment will be private and held at the convenience of the family.
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Stanley Weaver

Posted at 08:25am
Ken was one of the best truck mechanics especially Macks. He could listen to a mechanical diesel engine and pretty tell you the problem. Will be greatly missed.
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Stanley Weaver

Posted at 08:25am
Ken was one of the best truck mechanics especially Macks. He could listen to a mechanical diesel engine and pretty tell you the problem. Will be greatly missed.
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Donald Crawford

Posted at 10:04am
Sorry to hear about Ken. I will always remember Ken as a good friend as we shared a lot of memories.
Donald Crawford
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Donald Crawford

Posted at 10:04am
Sorry to hear about Ken. I will always remember Ken as a good friend as we shared a lot of memories.
Donald Crawford
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Mike shenigo

Posted at 02:53pm
I knew Ken for about 20 years as his parts salesman, we spent many hours each week sitting around his shop talking and shooting the breeze I will always remember those times. I learned a lot from Ken over those years. He was a hard working honest person who would do anything for you and expect nothing in return. Ken was one of those guys who could fix anything!! I am very thankful I got to know him,He will be missed by many people. your in our thoughts and prayers.
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