Lee Funeral Home

11840 Highway 90, Little River, SC


Charles Hackney

April 19, 1942February 7, 2020

Little River, SC

Charles McArthur Hackney, 77, died February 7, 2020 at home surrounded by his loving family.

Born on April 19, 1942 in Logan, WV, he was the son of the late Hubert Ray and Earlie Irene Deskins Hackney.

Charles served his country proudly In the U.S. Army. He retired from Chrysler Corporation stamping plant in Twinsburg, OH. Mac, as most people knew him, was a fisherman, golfer, bowler and car enthusiast who loved to travel and hang out with other car enthusiasts and friends.

A very special thanks to Lower Cape Fear Hospice, especially nurse Tamara Spirakis, jokingly known as “No Show” and CNA, Kindle Milton, aka “Yackey Doodle”, and for their support and friendship Monte, Chuckie, Ronnie and to Harold Creamans for his lifelong friendship and support.

Mr. Hackney is survived by his wife of 15 years, Alice Faye Carter Hackney; one son, Charles; two daughters, Carolyn and Charlotte; stepdaughter, Tracy; stepson, Trevor; brothers, Pete and Timmy; five sisters, Shirley, Linda, Diana, Tammy, Lisa; 13 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. He is predeceased by two brothers, Howard and Duke.

Services will be private with the family.

A guestbook is available at www.leehandcrematory.com.

Lee Funeral Home and Crematory of Little River/North Mytle Beach is serving the family.


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Charles Baker

February 22, 2020

Chuck & Cindy
To a great friend who will be greatly missed . May you rest in peace.
Our sincere condolences to Faye and Carol and the rest of the family.
God Bless

Leroy & Carlene Smith

February 21, 2020

R.I.P. Mac you will be greatly missed. Moo Moo still has his little cow bell!

Alice & Chip Haines

February 20, 2020

May you rest in peace. Thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Hackney family.

Monte & Monica Uhrig

February 16, 2020

So long Mac, you certainly fought the fight! Remembering all the good times and many vehicle parts broken while trying to fix something else--all attributed to "well, that's just Mac's garage"--similar to Murphy's Law. I just can't accept that stubbornness and lack-of-patience were major factors!

Wishing the best for Faye, Carol and all the rest of the family.
With deepest, heartfelt sympathy,,,

Monte & Monica Uhrig