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William F. "Bucky" Hatchett Obituary
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August 23, 2019

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August 23, 2019

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June 18, 2012
I haven't seen Mr. Hatchett since I last worked as his secretary at RCA 38 years ago. Conversations with him encouraged me to continue my education and become a teacher. I am now retired. Thank You Mr. Hatchett.
November 8, 2011
I met Bucky in 1962 when I was a fifteen year old camper and he was the head counselor at Camp Cayuga. A tall, solid man with an engaging smile, he was inspirational. Fifty years have passed, but I recently recounted a story about him to my wife. The world lost a remarkable human being.
November 1, 2011
My father who has since passed away introduced me to Bucky when he worked at RCA. My Dad indicated that Bucky was one of the best athletes he had ever seen play but was also one of the kindest and nicest people he ever had the privledge to know. I only had one meeting with Bucky and my Dad but it stands out after so many years. RIP Bucky and your legacy lives on forever.
October 26, 2011
It was my pleasure to know Bucky while at Rutgers. We usually sat next to each other in classes (Alphabetical seating) and were "next door" roomates in Leupp Hall. The last time I saw Bucky was at
Princeton University for the NJSIAA Meet of Champions and as the
starter I called a false start against one of his daughters,. Rest in Peace Bucky. Walter "Moe" Gasior, Carteret, NJ, Rutgers, Class of 1951
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