Guest Book for Patrick E. Hackett, Sr.

Provided by IslandView Funeral Services

Posted by: Brian Kidwell
Wed March 31, 2021
It was a full, rich life for a good man.
To Pat,  Julie and the rest of the Hacketts, there is plenty to celebrate.

Brian Kidwell
Canton, N.Y.

Posted by: Diane DeBoer (Fred)
Wed March 31, 2021
Such a kind and generous man!  I will always remember when my parents couldn't make it to Parents Weekend at LeMoyne, Pat and Katherine would invite me out to dinner so I wouldn't be alone.  That's just who they were, always thinking of others! May God grant you peace and comfort.

Posted by: Pamela Caraccioli
Wed March 31, 2021

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by Pamela Caraccioli.


Posted by: John and Linda Krol
Wed March 31, 2021
To the family of Pat Hackett, we want to extend our deepest condolences to you on the loss of your father, grandfather and great grandfather. It is clear that the Hackett brothers did indeed  "make a go of it" in the City of Ogdensburg with their True Value store(s). A store that is still sorely missed. I fondly recall the many times that your father and I shared our thoughts about issues that then faced Ogdensburg. He was a community leader like few others.

May your memories give you comfort, solace and bring smiles to your faces.

Posted by: Michael MacDougall
Wed March 31, 2021
Such a loss to a wonderful family. I will always remember Pat as the person who whenever you ran into him he would always stop to visit with you. He was always interested in what you were doing and how the rest of the family was doing also. He was so genuine whenever you visited with him. Very rare to meet such an individual. He will certainly be missed by many north country people. My best to his loved ones.

Posted by: winnie
Sat April 03, 2021
Fondest memories of earlier yrs when O'burg was a beautiful city, busy Ford Street and Hackett's Hardware with a warm and friendly crew that one is hard pressed to find these days, a place where one could go in and ask for  a whatchamacallit, describe its purpose, like "well, it's for... goes in here, to stop this and it's attached to another whatchamacallitto which one of the Hackett bros would say "hold on, I think I know what you need" and return with that whatchamacallit. He would then educate me on the real name of that whatchamacallit. Such fond memories of O'burg growing up, to which the Hackett bros were part of.  Rest in Peace, as I'm sure you will.

Posted by: Le Moyne College
Tue April 06, 2021
Please accept the most heartfelt sympathies of Le Moyne College.  We hope the love and memories you will forever hold in your heart bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time.