Thomas Christopher Hackett

November 29, 1985 - November 8, 2019
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Thomas Hackett 33 died Nov 8, 2019 at his home in Marana Az. Thomas was born in San Diego, Ca.  on Nov 29, 1985.  Thomas received his associates in computer aided drafting Dec 2008. He love working with GIS, he really enjoyed most recent work in communications/tech support.  Thomas loved football, baseball, basketball, bowling, gaming, off-roading.  Thomas was a dedicated son and friend, loyal, caring, great sense of humor.  Paul Moore, Lee Moore, Kade Pesina, Bob Blasingim, were more than friends, more like brothers in every way.   Thomas is survived by mother Bernice Wolff Hackett, Eileen Hackett, Maureen and Mike Bender, Joe Hackett, Tim Hackett, Kevin and Tamara Hackett, James Hackett, Daniel Hackett. Heidi Wolff, Steve Wolff, Art Wolff. ” for someone who was always late , you left us way to early!”  forever in our hearts

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Date: Saturday, November 16, 2019

Time: 10:00 am

Marana Mortuary Cemetery

Address:

12146 W. Barnett Rd
Marana, Arizona 85653

 

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Born: November 29, 1985
Died: November 8, 2019

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Alyssa Talmage posted on 1/9/20

Lily told me so many good things about him and i wish i could've met him.

 

Lily Blasingim posted on 11/20/19

Forever Missed Uncle Tommy!! Nothing will ever be the same without you!! Love you! -Lily Blasingim

 

Lily Blasingim posted on 11/19/19

Uncle Tommy used to come to Aunt Aprils and Uncle Paul's house and he always said he wanted tattoos but said he couldn't afford it so I took over and gave him arm tattoos with different colored pens. He was always around and let the adults handled the drama he always hung out with kids and made us all hyper. It will so different without you Uncle Tommy!! Forever missed! R.I.P Uncle Tommy "Gato"

 

Scott Hart posted on 11/15/19

I'm so sorry, it's such sad news. I worked with Tommy at a previous job of his and still miss him not being there. He will always be missed.

 

Diana Shiel Sandoval posted on 11/15/19

I’m so sorry to hear Tommy is gone. I worked with him many years at WestLand. He was fun to be around and did have a great sense of humor. He gracefully dealt with many demanding people including myself and was a hard worker and good at what he did. On a personal level, I always felt comfortable around him. He was genuine and easygoing and sensitive in his own way. The world is less without him.

 

bernice wolff posted on 11/14/19

For someone who was always late, Tommy sure left us way to early. Had a way of bringing out the best in me. Tommy was my life.

 

Bobcat (Team Gato) posted on 11/14/19

So long my friend... It’s taken me a while to get the strength to share this. I’m so angry and hurt and there is no way for me to make sense out of all of this. We weren’t done making memories and now that’s all I have left. Time is the most precious thing we have and I’m so thankful for every single second, minute, hour, day, week, month, and year that I got to spend with you. I’m going to miss your witty sarcasm and the way you laughed. You never had a bad thing to say about anyone and you treated everyone like your next best friend. From the Roadrunner elementary football Cowboys to the Fiesta Lanes junior league Hot Boyz, countless turkey bowls and beer league softball games and finally to your A+ fantasy football team. (Who I’m still going to demolish this week btw) I have nothing but the greatest memories of a true legend. I love you my brother and I will always “fill it to the lighter” in your memory. Team Gato for life! RIP

 

April moore posted on 11/14/19

Tommy was a amazing person . we will miss you so much. I dont think you knew how much our family loves you. I still cant believe this is real. But you wont be forgotten. We are going to continue to talk about all of the stories and all the good times together!! We are so lucky to have spent as much time with you as we did the last couple years! Thank you for leaving a amazing imprint in our lives. We love you wholebunches

 

Paul T Moore posted on 11/14/19

Hey Tommy just wanted to let you know we love you and will miss you greatly. You were my little brother and an amazing person. Say hi to Keith for us. Rip.

 

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