Schimunek Funeral Home

9705 Belair Rd, Nottingham, MD


Andrew William Hacke Jr.

September 1, 1951September 7, 2019
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On September 7, 2019 Andrew “Bill” William Hacke, Jr. passed away. He was the beloved son of Lorraine (nee Kelly) Hacke and the late Andrew William Hacke, Sr.; loving husband of Jackie (nee Paulshock) Hacke; dear father of Kelli Anne (nee Hacke) Szczybor and her husband Andy and Andrew William Hacke, III and his wife Kelly; brother of Herb Hacke, Mary Ellen Hacke, Jeanne Hacke and the late Susan Hayostek; grandfather of Jenna Dunn and her husband Brennan, Kayla Szczybor, Zachary William Szczybor, Cadyn Hacke, Andrew “Drew” William Hacke, IV, Brynn Hacke and the late Ryan Szczybor.

Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Road (at Forge Rd.) on Tuesday from 1-3 and 5-9 pm. A funeral mass will be celebrated at the St. Joseph Church Fullerton on Wednesday at 10 am with interment to follow in the adjoining cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The Ryan Foundation, 3701 E. Joppa Road, Nottingham, MD 21236. Online condolences may be made at the funeral home website.


  • Lorraine Hacke, Mother
  • Andrew William Hacke Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Jackie Hacke, Wife
  • Kelli Anne Szczybor and her husband Andy, Daughter
  • Andrew William Hacke III and his wife Kelly, Son
  • Herb Hacke, Brother
  • Mary Ellen Hacke, Sister
  • Jeanne Hacke, Sister
  • Susan Hayostek, Sister (deceased)
  • Jenna Dunn and her husband Brennan, Granddaughter
  • Kayla Szczybor, Granddaughter
  • Zachary William Szczybor, Grandson
  • Cadyn Hacke, Granddaughter
  • Andrew "Drew" William Hacke IV, Grandson
  • Brynn Hacke, Granddaughter
  • Ryan Szczybor, Grandson (deceased)

  • The Ryan Foundation


  • Visitation Tuesday, September 10, 2019
  • Visitation Tuesday, September 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019


Andrew William Hacke Jr.

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September 15, 2019

My family moved to Perry Hall in 1956. The Hacke's lived across the street from us. We all played together as kids and had a great time. Bill was always very nice and generous. I was so saddened to read of this today. What a wonderful life he had led. I am so glad of all the friends he had and the family that always surrounded him. May god be with you always.

Janice McVaugh McHoul

Alex Szczybor

September 11, 2019

Mr. Bill, you will be missed. We may have not spent much time together but you were always happy and colorful, and always made a point to say hi whenever you saw me.

Teresa Driggers

September 11, 2019

Whether it was the annual Ocean City beach week vacations in June, a Ravens game day party in the Fall, or the yearly Christmas party, Donnie and I always looked forward to having time to chat with Uncle Bill. We would always have a good laugh, as he always made everyone feel at ease. We will truly miss those small moments with Bill but Donnie and I are so grateful for the times we shared with him. He was a kind-hearted and genuine person. God bless you.

Sherri Stifler

September 10, 2019

My memory of Bill is that is he is the most pleasant, gentle, caring, loving person that you could ever know.
He loved his family, friends & “Maryland”. He will be missed by all. He touched many hearts.
God bless his soul...R.I.P. my friend.

Bill Cole

September 10, 2019

My history with Will didn't exactly get off to a good start. A teenage basketball player that thought he knew everything and had a big mouth. And a young referee who thought he knew everything and well you know, who had a big mouth!!! Needless to say, there were alot of technical fouls! But Football brought us back together and I am so glad that we gave each other a chance to become friends. I have always had alot of respect for my friend, not because he was a perfect man, but because he lived his life so genuinely and was so honest. Rest in peace my friend. We will miss you.

Gerald Soukup

September 10, 2019

I met Bill Hacke in 1958 early on in the migration to Perry Hall by non-farmers. He punched me in the stomach at the corner of Soth & Carlisle avenues.

We grew up a few houses apart. Over the years we never became good friends but sports kept us in contact. After high school, my Mom & Dad’s involvement in the Perry Hall Recreation Council, and Bill’s participation drew them closer. In spite of the age difference, they became close friends and even vacationed together. Bill treated my parents better than their own. Because he stayed connected to the Rec Council when none of us did their relationship became even a bigger part of my parents life.

Bill was smart, funny, giving, thoughtful and easy to be with. He had no need to chase positions or prominence and was devoid of false pride. He was a leader with no title. It was easy to see even from a distance his love for his family and friends. Thanks to Paul Amirault who would sponsor trips to the Carribean, my Mom & Dad got to spend many vacations with Bill & Jackie and the gang. After my Mom died over 5 years ago it was Bill who would make sure my Dad could get to card games, Rec Council activities and to go on vacation. My Dad was 30 years or more older than the others but they would take him on vacation and treat him like a king making him Martinis and fixing his plate just like Mom.

I will forever be thankful to Bill and Jackie for the love and friendship they have shown my parents. We were not family, just friends and neighbors. Laying in bed this morning thinking how horrible the loss of Bill is for my Dad and would be for my Mom too, I was overwhelmed thinking that if his loss will have that effect on my family, how hard it must be for his family and close friends who knew him well and loved him so much. My condolences to all of you.

The Hackes, the Paulshocks and the Perry Hall community got punched in the gut this week and it is going to take much longer to recover from this one.

Jerry S

Bob Dohme

September 10, 2019

I'll never forget you Hack. Never knew anyone like you. You were a special human being. Say hi to Joe for me. I hope I'll see both of you again. Mose.

Michele Fazenbaker

September 9, 2019

Mr. Bill you always made us laugh and smile I am so glad that my father John Fazenbaker and my late mother Nancy had you in our lives along with so many dear friends that we became a family of friends. You will be missed dearly . We miss you .

Mindy Geppi

September 9, 2019

Jackie, my deepest condolences to your family. Keeping all of you in my prayers. May God show you His strength and comfort at this difficult time. God bless all of you.

John McKay

September 9, 2019

Bill became part of the McKay family over these many years,and will always live in our hearts.