ADAM IAN SACKETT
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SACKETT--Adam Ian. We mourn the unexpected loss of Adam Ian Sackett, age 35, who died suddenly on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at Morristown Memorial Hospital. He was born in Brooklyn, grew up in Staten Island, and had lived in New York City before moving to Warren, New Jersey four years ago. Adam received his Bachelors Degree in Finance from Ithaca College, and had worked as a Trader at hedge funds since 1996 for Zweig-DiMenna, Kynikos and finally, as Co-Head of Trading for Third Point LLC since 2005. He was passionate about his work and through his career developed many friendships with his colleagues. He loved spending time with his children and his family. He is survived by his wife, Stacy Dellanno Sackett; his children, Carly and Ryan; his parents, Jerry and Sara Sackett; his brother, Robert and his wife Alison and their children, Emily, Julia, Josh and Jordan; his in-laws, Anthony and Joan Dellanno; his sister-in-law, Robyn Ivey and her husband Anthony and their daughter Madelyn; and sister-in-law Lori Dellanno. Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 12th at 10am at Higgins Home for Funerals, 752 Mountain Blvd., Watchung, New Jersey, followed by entombment at Somerset Hills Memorial Park. To send condolences, please go to www.higginsfuneralhome.com


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Published in New York Times on Mar. 12, 2010.
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March 16, 2010
To the entire Sackett family, We are deeply saddened and our thoughts are with you.
Love,
Tina & Aron Zakai
March 12, 2010
Our prayers, hearts, and thoughts are with you.
With love, Barbara & Jon Ottomanelli
March 12, 2010
Stacy & family,
We are so deeply saddened and shocked over the loss of Adam.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

With love,
Tim & Mary MacDonald
Tim & Mary MacDonald
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