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Dorothy Mae Hackmann

April 3, 1926March 31, 2021
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Dorothy Mae Hackmann, 94, passed from her earthly home and ascended the steps to heaven on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at Kingdom Care Senior Living in Fulton, MO. She was looking forward to celebrating her 95th birthday three days later surrounded by family and friends.

Dorothy was born on April 3, 1926 in a log cabin near Barnett, MO, the daughter of Edward and Minnie (Kays) Jobe who preceded her in death. On April 10, 1948 she was united in marriage in Jefferson City, MO to Merlin Charles Hackmann, who preceded her in death on October 2, 1973. The couple moved to Fulton in 1948 when Merlin took a job as an accountant with the Fulton State Hospital. Over the years, Dorothy worked at various times for Westminster College, the Fulton State Hospital, and David Shively CPA. Dorothy was a faithful and active member of First Baptist Church in Fulton for almost 70 years. She also served as a Board member for the Fulton Medical Center Auxiliary and the Presbyterian Manor. Dorothy was a loving mother and grandmother whose Christian faith touched many people. She loved and faithfully prayed for each member of her family on a daily basis.

Survivors include her son, Bruce Hackmann of Fulton; two daughters, Barbara Feyerabend (Thomas) of Blue Springs, MO and Marilyn Paugh of Katy, TX; eight grandchildren, David Feyerabend (Rachel) of Kansas City, MO, Matthew Feyerabend (Meghan) of Siloam Springs, AR, Nathan Feyerabend (Marci) of Overland Park, KS, Eric Paugh of Denver, CO, Mark Paugh of Ft. Smith, AR, Alex Paugh (Abigail) of Oklahoma City, OK, Lindsay Hackmann of Columbia, MO, and Meredith Hackmann of Columbia, MO; and six great-grandchildren, Lydia, Liam, Nora, Owen, Luke and Lainey. She was preceded in death by one sister, Lorene Martin, and four brothers, Roy Jobe, Edward Jobe, Paul Jobe and Dillard Jobe; a son-in-law Steve Paugh and a daughter-in-law Debra Mouser Hackmann.

Visitation will be held on Monday, April 5, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 am at the First Baptist Church, Fulton. Funeral service will follow at 11:00 am at the church with Rev. Martin Stukenborg officiating. Burial will follow in Callaway Memorial Gardens in Fulton.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church, c/o Debo Funeral Home, 833 Court Street, Fulton, MO 65251.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • David Feyerabend, Pallbearer
  • Matthew Feyerabend, Pallbearer
  • Nathan Feyerabend, Pallbearer
  • Eric Paugh, Pallbearer
  • Mark Paugh, Pallbearer
  • Alex Paugh, Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Burial

    Monday, April 5, 2021

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Steve Jobe

April 7, 2021

Sorry for your loss. I remember your mom fondly. And our family visits when we were young. Be well.

Warren M Hollrah

April 5, 2021

Bruce and family; My condolences on the loss of your Mother. God Bless her soul and God Bless you and family.

Evelyn Hopkins

April 2, 2021

Dorothy Hackmann’s Family,
I’ve lost a very good friend. Please accept my sympathy. Evelyn Hopkins

Phyllis Swiney

April 1, 2021

All our lives are enriched from knowing Dorothy. She knew what mattered most in life: a deep relationship with Jesus and a strong love and devotion to family. She will be missed beyond description. Praying for all of you in her family! With much love, Doyle and Phyllis Swiney

Judy and Charlie Bland

April 1, 2021

Bruce, Lindsay, Meredith and family. We were so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Charlie and Judy Bland

Janet (Bolton) Denton

April 1, 2021

Dear Marilyn and family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the passing of your mother. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
Janet (Bolton) Denton

Judy Sheppard

April 1, 2021

I first met Mrs. Hackman in the 1970’s while working part-time at the accounting office. She also prepared my taxes. We attended First Baptist Church, and there I found her to be one is the most gentle examples of a lady and a godly woman. She had a servant’s heart always thinking of the needs of others, and a prayer warrior.

Valerie Eastman

March 31, 2021

I was so sad to hear the news about Aunt Dorothy. I have many happy memories of visiting my aunt, uncle, and cousins at their home in Fulton when I was a kid. It always seemed like a big, exciting adventure! And I always enjoyed talking with Dorothy when I saw her at the family reunions. In fact, it was so nice that she often attended the Hackmann reunions over these many years. I know many of us commented on that and appreciated her presence. Each and every interaction I had with Aunt Dorothy suggested she was a kind, thoughtful, and loving person. I know she will be greatly missed by her kids and grandkids. My sympathy to you all.

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