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GEORGE P. HACHEY Sr. Obituary
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September 20, 2018

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October 20, 2017
I simply adored George. I met him by handling his insurance and he always came in here happy, positive and was just a pleasure to work with.
We will miss him.
Thoughts and prayers!
Sarah Jenna
October 18, 2017
Really Sorry to hear this. My condolences to his family. Haven't seen Georgie in a long time, but have many good memories. He was a great drummer back in the day. He worked all the local places. Casey's 318, The Tempo Lounge, Tiny's, The Chalet, The Lit Club etc. the list goes on and on. He played with his own trio consisting of Tony Masters on Tenor sax, and the great Freddie Leverone on Organ. If the gig called for it, he would expand the band with a horn section and guitar. Usually with such great jazz stalwarts as Sonny Carrington on Tenor, and Billy Thompson on Alto, and Buddy D. If memory serves me right , it was the great Buddy Defranco on guitar. Georgie knew them all and played with a lot of them. You should have heard his signature piece "Caravan" Maybe you did. He was so much fun, up The Hill, the White Tower. Providing the entertainment for so many parties, including the time they held at Casey's 318 for the late Buddy Mclean. A Somerville boy through and through. Well, so long Georgie. RIP pal. Thank you for your service to our country, the many fun memories I have, and for having me sing with you so many times. It was really a great ride, and I'm proud to call you my friend.
October 17, 2017
To Barbara and the Hachey family,
Sorry to hear of "Uncle George'" passing . He has always been a great friend and he will be missed so much by his friends. He will always be remembered and never forgotten.
Chuck S.
October 17, 2017
To Barbara and Georgie's Family,

So very sorry to hear this sad news and my condolences to all Georgie's Family.

I lived in the neighborhood in Somerville where we all grew up together having a good time. Georgie was a special kid to our Parents Mary & Bill Foley. Our Parents always had a chat with Georgie when he'd deliberately walk around the corner from Montgomery Ave to Wellington Ave just to have talk with them. We also enjoyed his music at a few events that we attended. I was glad to have known a great guy Georgie.

With sincere sympathy and prayers, Francine Foley-Sahlas