Ralph  Hacker
Ralph Hacker, age 91, of London, Kentucky passed away on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at UK Healthcare in Lexington, Kentucky.
He leaves behind one son, George Michael Hacker of London, Kentucky; four sisters, Rosetta Napier of London, Irene Deaton and husband Jennings of Manchester, Kentucky, Ethel Hibbard and husband Roger of Manchester, and Geneva Jones of London; one brother, Chris Hacker of London; two sisters-in-law, Mary Hacker and Annie Hacker, plus a host of other family and friends to mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Geneva Hacker; his parents, Pearl Glenn and Mary Emma Hacker; four brothers, Cecil Hacker, J.D. Hacker, Jack Hacker and Pearl Jr; two sisters, Hazel Sizemore and Mary Grubbs; three brothers-in-law, Lige Sizemore, Jessie Grubbs and Carl Napier; and two sisters-in-law, Fredia Hacker and Barbara Hacker.
Ralph was a devoted Christian and a member of Park Place Church. He was the Owner/Operator of Ralph Hacker Trucking Company for 50 plus years. He had a deep love for his family, friends and the family dog, Sassy. He enjoyed fishing and attending NASCAR races. Ralph was enlisted in the Army and served active duty in the Korean War. He loved his Country and proudly displayed the American Flag outside of his home.
Funeral services will be Thursday, December 5, at 2 p.m. at House-Rawlings Funeral Home with Steven Baker and Merle Owens officiating. Military honors will be provided by the local DAV Chapter 158 of Keavy, Kentucky. Burial will follow at the A.R. Dyke Cemetery in London.
The family will receive friends on Wednesday, December 4, beginning at 6 p.m. also at the funeral home.
The family has entrusted House-Rawlings Funeral Home with the arrangements.
Published on December 3, 2019

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Tony Conly
Dec 05, 2019
Truly a self made man, I always enjoyed the conversations with Ralph about the old times of trucking . He was Pioneer with great integrity and social skills they we all could learn from
RIP