Shawn Hackett Obituary, Death – We are going to post this letter that was sent to us by the Grice PTA, despite the fact that doing so fills us with a tremendous sense of regret and sadness. The entire community of HTSD is remembering Shawn Hackett, who attended GMS and was in the eighth grade when he went away, with a heavy heart. Shawn passed away unexpectedly. During this challenging time in their lives, I ask that you give some consideration to the possibility of extending support to the family.
He had previously served in the United States Air Force, and during the time of the fighting that was going place in Korea, he was stationed there. After it was already established that he would be retiring, it became clear that he will no longer be employed by Linton Piping and Construction in the capacity of truck driver. In the years running up to the event in question, he had been employed at Babcock and Wilcox Tubular as a technician.
Charles treasured the time he was able to spend with his family, and he also got a lot of satisfaction out of the fact that he could pursue his hobbies, which included fishing and woodworking. In addition to his wife, Charles is survived by the following people: two sons and their wives: Jon Hackett and wife Cheryl, and Shawn Hackett and wife Cindy Lou; three daughters and their husbands: Tracy Mayberry and husband Randy, Tina Skillman and husband Albert, and Terri Boots and husband Rick, all of New Castle; one brother: Kenneth Hackett of Koppel, Pennsylvania; and three sisters: Eleanor Andorfer of Wampum, Betty Armstrong.