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Mrs. Bonnie Sue Hacker, age 78 of Manchester, passed away Monday, December 27th, 2010 at the Laurel Creek Health Care Center. She was born February 7th, 1932 in Clay County, Kentucky to the union of Gilbert Gregory, Jr. and Thelma Hibbard Gregory. She was a homemaker and a member of the Manchester Pentecostal Holiness Church.
She is preceded in death by her parents: Gilbert “Bice” and Thelma Gregory and her brother: Ralph Gregory.
She is survived by her husband: Jack Hacker of Manchester, her son: Shafter Hacker and wife Debra of Birmingham, Alabama, 2 grandsons: Jon Russell Hacker and Matthew Hacker both of Lexington, Kentucky, and 1 great granddaughter: Lydia Marie Hacker of Manchester. Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters: Ray Gregory of Manchester, Ruby Lois Hibbard of Hima, Phyllis Crawford of Manchester, Lola Woods of Louisville, Kentucky, and Russell Gregory of Manchester.
Funeral services for Mrs. Bonnie Hacker were Wednesday, December 29th, 2010 at 8 PM at the Rominger Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Dean Lawson officiating. Burial was at 12 PM on Thursday at the Manchester Memorial Gardens.
Visitation was Wednesday, December 29th, after 6 PM at the Rominger Funeral Home Chapel. The Rominger Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
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Missing Our Daddy
June 29, 1954 - January 7, 2009
Daddy, we thought of you again today. Sadness
began to fill our hearts, because we were your
family and we loved you dearly.
We miss your life, we miss your smile,
We miss the love we shared.
We miss your voice, we miss your touch,
Our Hearts are bleeding and bare.
In life we loved you so dearly,
In death we love you even still.
You had a place within our hearts
That no one else can ever fill.
We were so proud to call you daddy,
We were proud to be your daughters.
You may now be gone from our sight,
But never from our memory.
The hardest thing we ever had to face
Was having to let you go, because we
Didn’t get to tell you the things
We wanted you to know
We didn’t get to tell you we love you
One more time, or even say goodbye.
Part of our world slipped away
That morning you passed away.
We know that you knew we love you,
We know that you knew we cared.
But that still doesn’t stop us from
wishing you were here.
Now we pray that God gives us the
Strength to make it through, Knowing
Each day our love remains and we
Will be missing you.
We love and miss you daddy,
Debbie, Charlotte, Marcee, Beth, Lucas,
Chandler, Brady, Aden, and your loving wife Lucy
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In memory of my daughter, Alma Sue Roberts, who passed away on January 7th, 1989. It has been 22 years now that you have been gone from us. We miss you so much, we think about you day and night Alma. We love you so much, and it hurts so bad that God took you away.
We Love You,
Mom, Rhonda Lynn, Jamie Lynn, Dennis, Becky and Megan
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We the family of Bonnie Sue Hacker would like to publicly thank all who showed kindness and concern during the illness and passing of our beloved wife, mother and sister. To those who sent flowers and gifts, thank you for a beautiful gesture for a beautiful lady. Thanks to the staff of the Laurel Creek Health Care Center for the excellent care and attention for Bonnie and her family. The Manchester Pentecostal Church and Pastor Dean Lawson were so dedicated to Bonnie by sending food and their many prayer vigils.
Thanks to Rominger Funeral Home for making things so much easier for the family and to Paula Ann for making Bonnie the attractive lady she always was.
And many thanks to the doctors and staff of the Medical Associates of Southeast Kentucky who treated Bonnie these past 21 months with such medical expertise. May God bless each person who was a part of Bonnie’s life.
The family of Bonnie Sue Hacker
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Family and Friends
We would like to thank your for your prayers, kind words, help, flowers, food and visits during her sickness and our time of sorrow. She was blessed to have so many family and friends to love her. We appreciate all that you did and we cannot thank you enough.
She was loved by so many and she loved so many. Remember the good times and smiling face, she still lives on in our hearts. We shall see our Mom and Friend again in Heaven. II Corinthians 1:7
God Bless You All,
The Lauraetta Ponder Family
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