Jeff Hackemer

October 9, 1960 - June 9, 2020

Warsaw, age 59 died June 9, 2020 at his home with family by his side.

Jeff was born in Warsaw on October 9, 1960 the son of the late Jack and Dorothy Jordan Hackemer. He graduated from Warsaw Central High School, class of 1979. He worked for the Town of Warsaw for 33 years before retiring in 2019. He was a member of the Eagle Garden Tractor Pullers Association for over 18 years as a puller, sled owner and operator. His real love was spending time with family and his grandson Jack. He was always there to help anyone who needed it.

Jeff is preceded in death by his wife Barb Hargrave. He is survived by his children Nathan (Mary) Hackemer of Williamsville, NY and Jillian (Steven) Hackemer-Murdoch of Tonawanda, NY, three brothers Jay (Mary Anne) Hackemer of Warsaw, Glenn (Betsy) Hackemer of Denver, CO, Dean (Kara) Hackemer of Fairfax, VA, a sister Beth (George) Del Vecchio of Lenox, MA, brother-in-law Dale (Wendie) Hargrave of Holley , his grandson Jack Hackemer and many nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service will take place in Warsaw Cemetery. A celebration of life will be held on June 20, 2020 at his residence from 1-4 where a service will be held at 1:00 pm. Memorials may be made in his name to Home Care and Hospice 29 Liberty St. Batavia, NY 14020. Online condolences made be made on line at

Important Dates

June 20, 2020 : Celebration of the life of Jeff Hackemer at Jeff’s residence - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

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Jul 15.20 from Mike Stubley:

I am so sorry for your loss.  My thoughts are prayers for the family.

Jun 29.20 from Elizabeth Cali:

My dear, dear, friend. I just found out today. I am so so sorry to hear about this and I will miss talking to you and checking in with from time to time. You were so kind to me, giving me a birthday cake and flowers. I enjoyed our talks and ice cream. Your property is beautiful. I know you will be there. My heart goes out to the family. I am so sorry. So many losses this year. Many prayers.

Jun 27.20 from John lapp:

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Jeff. Know that he will still be with you, in spirit and memories. My deepest condolences to the Hackemer family.

Jun 18.20 from Tim Wilcox:

Prayers to the entire family, Jeff was a good man and always took the time to talk. He will be missed by many.

Jun 18.20 from Chuck and Mary Green:

Nate , Mary, and Jack:  We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

Jun 16.20 from Nate Coogan:

So sorry for your loss.  Condolences to the family.

Jun 14.20 from Fritz Gott:

Condolences to the family. Jeff always made me smile. I’ll miss him. 😜

Jun 14.20 from anita cole:

jay and family-so sorry for your loss. love and prayers. anita schillaci cole

Jun 14.20 from Craig and Karen Geraci:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.  So sorry to hear about Jeff.  He will be deeply missed.

Jun 14.20 from Jeffrey Ackerman:

I had one of the most fun experiences of my life sailing with Jeff, Glen, Donny Rogers, and Pete Adrian. If you were with Jeff, You were having fun !  So sorry for everyones loss.

Jun 13.20 from Mark Pickard:

My condolences to the Hackemer Family.  What a valiant fight Jeff made.  His smile and kind heart will be deeply missed.  Take care!

Jun 13.20 from Julie (Lapp) Yunker :

Our sympathy is with you during this time of grieving.
Jeff was a classmate and had great character and a big heart.
Anytime I saw him he had a great big smile that I will never forget

Jun 13.20 from roger salinardo:

Rest in Peace big guy and go be with your bride. We all know that you fought long and hard. Thank you for being a friend to me!!!!

Jun 13.20 from Stacey Butler:

My sincerest condolences to all!! You are in my thoughts and prayers🙏

Jun 13.20 from Kathy Craigmile:

Gino and I send our sincere condolences to Jeff’s whole family.  He was a good man and neighbor.  He will be missed by all who knew him.  RIP Jeff!

Jun 13.20 from Teresa McMullen:

My deepest sympathy to the entire Hackemer family.  Jeff was a great man with such a big heart and was loved by so many and touched the lives of so many people.  He will be so truly missed.  My deepest condolences,  Teresa McMullen

Jun 13.20 from John Hummel:

My condolences to Jeff’s family.

Jun 13.20 from Lusanne (Flower) Buckley:

Jeff, was a caring and wonderful man. (We were classmates). God has another good one.  Rest is peace my friend. You will be missed!

Jun 13.20 from Cindy and Jim Showman:

Sending our thoughts and prayers to the Hackemer family. So sorry to hear about Jeff’s passing.

Jun 13.20 from Jan Spates:

My sympathy and condolences for the family and loved ones.

Jun 12.20 from Marj:

I am sorry to hear about his passing. His kindness last year helping me at my store was so heartfelt when I didn’t have what I needed and brought me the tools I needed shows his compassion for others. So many great laughs and chats with Jeff will be missed but his smile will never be forgotten in my ❤️. My heart goes out to all of his family.jeff I will miss your smile and your sense of humor, big hugs and may your smile carry your big hug and love for others through this tough time.

Jun 12.20 from Lee and Paula Wilson:

Our sincere condolences to the Hackemer Family.  Jeff was a big man, with an even bigger heart.  He loved his family, and held all of the titles a man would want including the best one…Grandpa!  RIP Jeff

Jun 12.20 from Jeffery Enfonde:

  I Love you my Brother. You accepted me like one of your family; You were one of the best friends, I had ever known. I have been so blessed; that I met you. Until we see each other again; I just want to thank you again, for the fun and hard work we shared.