April 12th, 1927 - July 9th, 2020
Bradley Hacker, age 93 of Hamilton, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, July 9, 2020. Bradley was born in Clay County, Kentucky on April 12, 1927 to William Hacker and Eva (Davidson) Hacker.
Bradley was the beloved husband of the late Norma Ruth Hacker, and beloved father to Brenda Tummons, Michael Hacker, Debra ( Timothy L.) Wright, David Hacker, Thomas Hacker, Brian (Connie) Hacker, and Jeff Hacker; a beloved grandfather to Jami, Stacia, Michelle, Krissy, Charlotte, Amanda, Jason, Sarah, Joey, Justin, Davie, Daniel, Angie, Jon, Ashley, Heather, Kevin, Chris, Katie, Darren, and Adam; along with many great grand children.
Bradley was a member of the Boilermaker Union from which he retired. Bradley was a wonderful person and friend who always saw the good in others. He treated everyone with the utmost kindness and respect. He was always willing to lend a hand to anyone who needed him. Never expecting anything in return, Bradley will be missed by not only his family, but anyone and everyone who knew him.
Bradley was preceded in death by his wife Norma Ruth Hacker; granddaughter Sarah Ruth Wright; and grandsons, Joseph Bradley Wright and Christopher Lee Hacker.
Funeral service will be held at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, 1350 Millville Ave, Hamilton, Ohio, on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 4:00 PM with Pastor Earl Harmon and Rev. David Farthing officiating. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home.
|Bradley Hacker was an older brother to my father Wilburn Hacker and was one of the finest people I have ever known. Rest In Peace Uncle Bradley.|
|You were the most caring father in law I could have asked for. You welcomed me into your family at 15 and always treated me like family. I have great memories and one that stands out is the times after church on Sunday’s when we all went to the park to play baseball. You were always the pitcher and there were enough of us to make a 2 teams. Such good memories! We’ll miss your smiling face but I’m so happy that you are reunited with Ruth!|
Charlie, Peggy, and Maranda Hughes
|Bradley was a father, a brother, a best friend, and so very much more to Charlie. To us he was one of the kindest, caring, loving souls with a knack for relating a good story and a better way to look at so many things. We have all learned so much from him while being blessed with his enduring possitive attitude and ability to see the best in everyone.He will be missed, but always loved.|
|Grandpa I will surely miss your laugh and smile but I am so happy that you are reunited with grandma and our cousins!! We just talked last month and you kept bringing up how bad you wanted to go home!! Well now you are home!! Until we meet again!!!!!|
Dorothy Reddish. (Geno )
|Really going to be missed in this world. Great man. May he Rest In Peace. ????|
Lillie Anne Hacker Andrews
|Uncle Bradley has always been part of my life. So many precious memories. He and my Daddy called me by the same pet names. He made it clear that he loved you no matter what. He had plenty of love for everyone. I love him so much will miss him.|
|Of all my relatives Uncle Bradley was by far my favorite. Always a smile on his face and i never heard him say anything bad about anyone. Always looked for the best in everyone. I will always have fond memories of him coming to visit when i was a child. He just made things fun. My thoughts and prayers are with you guys as i know this gentle man will be sorely missed. I have no doubt he is no a better place still smiling on everyone.|