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January 17, 2013
My sympathies to her family and great big thank you too for sharing her with us all those years. As a teacher, friend, and mentor she was the BEST! It seems like yesterday that she roasted herself at her 80th birthday party. Where did the years go. I know she has been well received on the other side, but do you really think they were ready for her??? I can't wait to get there and find out:-) Sexy Minutes, with Sylvia Hacker and St. Peter:-) I will miss you until then Sylvia!
January 17, 2013
I too was saddend to learn of Sylvia's passing. She was a dear friend and mentor to me. I met her when we were both working in Community Health Nursing, she on the faculty, and myself in administration. To say she was a delight to be around is a complete understatement. We would frequenlty have "lunc" together which was our own private joke and I can still hear her infectious laughter over the lunc joke. It never got old . She was one in a million, and anyone who knew her well would attest to the truth of that statement. She made the world a better place and all of us who knew her are better people because of our relationships with her. My sympathies go out to her family. And Julianne, at every "lunc" we had together she talked of you. I'm sure you know how much she loved you.
January 17, 2013
When I started teaching sex ed for 10th graders, I often heard Sylvia's voice guiding me and also challenging me to be honest, funny, and open about this wonderful subject. She was a great inspiration to many. I remember her very fondly and with great appreciation for the few conversations we had - which were always very immediately intimate and great fun. My thoughts are with her family.
January 16, 2013
Sylvia is what all teacher should be like, honest, open, humorous, thoughtful and always smiling. I enjoyed her time on the school of nursing faculty. I am glad she had 90 years to make her mark in the world.
January 16, 2013
It was my pleasure to meet Ms. Hacker when she was teaching at U of M. She was a strong and charming woman, and I share her assessment that human beings are highly overrated. Of course she was the rare exception to that rule. My condolences to her family and friends.

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