Charles Andrew Hacker

Charles Andrew Hacker

January 21, 1937 - April 12, 2023

Charles Andrew Hacker

January 21, 1937 - April 12, 2023


Charles Andrew Hacker Obituary

Charles Andrew Hacker (“Chuck”), 86, passed peacefully away on April 11, 2023, at Mission Viejo Hospital. He was born in Oak Hill, West Virginia, on January 21, 1937, to Margery Muir and Charles M. Hacker. Chuck, is survived by his loving wife Sheila Doyle Hacker; son Mark Hacker (Corey), son Eric Hacker; daughter Lisa Hacker Peterman (David); step-daughter Laurie Luschei (Erich); sister Catherine Hacker Lewis; and nine grandchildren. His first wife Mavis Ruth Hacker predeceased him in 2002.

Chuck graduated from Lebanon High School in 1954, where he was the vice-president of his senior class, excelling in both mathematics and athletics. He attended Dayton College before joining the Army in 1956, serving with the Army Security Agency near Ethiopia. After leaving the military, he returned to Ohio to finish his education at Cincinnati State College before moving to California, where he met and married his first wife Mavis Ruth Seren on June 11, 1960. As a loving father and husband, Chuck worked tirelessly and faithfully to support his family. His natural sales talent, great personality, and calm demeanor, no matter the situation, contributed to his rise to vice-president of Coil Steel Company.

Chuck began a new and joyous chapter in his life when he married Sheila on October 11, 2003. For many years, Sheila and Chuck lived in an over 55 retirement community in San Clemente, where they were blessed to have many friends, and weekly parties with their neighbors. Chuck was an avid golfer, wine connoisseur, and loved a good cigar. He also had a passion for travel and cruises. Sheila and Chuck traveled across the United States, to Hawaii, Alaska, Europe, Asia, and Australia. They often took one of their grandchildren along to spend special time with them on their cruises. In 2018, they took a world cruise stopping at many ports for over four months.

Chuck was truly a great man whose impact will be forever be felt by his family that loved him dearly. He was a selfless and generous man whose passing has left a hole that only he can fill.  His ability to love, sacrifice, provide, and support, will forever be lessons to all he knew.

A graveside service will be held at Oak Park Cemetery in Claremont, California on May 10th, 2023 at 2:00 pm.

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