Bill Hack

  • Died: April 15, 2017
  • Location: Logan, Iowa

Fouts Funeral Home

501 Normal St
Woodbine, IA 51579

Tel. (712) 647-2221

Tribute & Message From The Family


William Darrel Hack was born December 24, 1927, to Perry and Juliette (Baldwin) Hack in Dunlap, Iowa. He was raised in Dunlap and graduated from Dunlap High School in 1944 at the age of 16. Bill proudly served his country in the U.S. Army, stationed in Japan. After his honorable discharge, Bill moved to Logan. In August of 1948 Bill married Barbara Michael in Spirit Lake, Iowa. Bill worked for the Logan Elevator and purchased a cream route which he operated for 17 years. Bill was a co-owner of the Logan Produce. He also worked for WR Grace for many years until his retirement. Additionally, Bill drove a school bus for 10 years. In November of 1976, Bill married Linda (Peterson) Rashleigh in Blair, Nebraska.

Bill was a member of the United Methodist Church in Logan. He was also a member of the Chrysolite Masonic Lodge #420 A.F. & A.M., a Shriner, and served on the Logan Fire Department. He liked to golf, dance, bowl and enjoy life. He refereed for football and basketball for many years.

Bill died on Saturday, April 15, 2017, at the Westmont Care Center in Logan at the age of 89 years, three months, and 22 days.

Bill was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Barbara Hack; brother, Dean Hack and sister, Rosanna Mitchell. He is survived by his wife, Linda Hack of Logan, Iowa; son, Mike (Renee) Hack of Logan, Iowa; grandchildren, Heather (Ross) Edney, Heath (Rachel) Hack of Logan, Iowa; great grandchildren; Nick Edney, Dana Edney, Carter Edney, Carson Edney, Ethan Hack, Ella Hack; step-daughter, Deb (Jeff) Dolphin of Oswego, Illinois; brother, Dwaine Hack of Dunlap, Iowa; and many other relatives and friends.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorrow and prayers to the Hack family for your loss of Bill. My favorite memory of Bill was when he ran the creamery route and would stop at our place near Pisgah to pick up the cream and the eggs. He often came around lunch time and he and George (my dad) would have a card game or two. Those games resulted in a lot of laughter and good old boy competition. Hope those two are having a card game now.

Posted by Tim Barry - Waukee, IA - Friend   April 28, 2017

Our prayers are with the family, we have many fond memories of the HacksXI

Posted by David & Myrna DAVIDSAVERF - HOLLISTER, MO - Friend   April 18, 2017

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Sending lots of love to the Hacks right now. I have many memories of Grandpa Bill including seeing him at the country club and around Logan. He always teased me every time he saw me up until I saw him last, which was just when I was back in the fall for my grandmother's funeral. I will miss him and am thinking about you guys! Love and hugs from Jaime, Jeff, Alivia and Austin!

Posted by Jaime Malsberger - Beaumont, CA - Family Friend   April 18, 2017

Thinking of you all and praying for peace and comfort. The video was a real walk down memory lane for me...certain even more so for all of you. God bless!!

Posted by Candi Stewart - Muscatine, IA - Friend   April 18, 2017

Soft and safe be the earthy bed of our brother; bright and glorious be his rising from it. Fragrant be the acacia sprig which shall flourish there. May the earliest buds of spring unfold their beauties over his resting place, and, in the bright morning of the world's resurrection, may his soul spring into newness of life and expand into immortal beauty in realms beyond the skies. Until then, dear Uncle and brother, until then ---Farewell!
May we keep the virtues of our brother green and fragrant forever. Amen

So Mote it be.

Uncle Bill you will be missed!

Posted by Jay Michael - Ogden, IA - Family   April 17, 2017

I enjoyed getting to know Bill at the country club and golfing with him too. He had many stories and always made me laugh. My kids loved him also and loved to tease him. He had a great sense of humor in his gruff way that he always tried to be, but he really was an ole softy. Prayers for you all, at this time of sorrow.

Posted by Mona McDonald - Neola, IA - Friend   April 17, 2017

We are so sorry to hear of Uncle Bill's passing. We have many memories of spending time with him and Aunt Barb. Prayers for your family.

Posted by Teri Mason (Michael) - Indianola, IA - Family   April 17, 2017

To The Entire Family
So Very Very Sorry To Hear Bill Passed Away.
He Was A GREAT Man.
Love & Hugs To YOU All

Posted by PATTY & TOM NIEDERMYER - Magnolia, IA - Friend   April 16, 2017

Linda,Mike, Renee and families. I am so sorry to hear about Bill's passing. I have always had a deep respect for Bill. My Dad and Bill were best friends for a lot of years. Bill went to sleep and woke up with a lot of our family members and God. May God bless all of you.

Posted by Byron Hartwig - Battle Creek, IA - Family   April 15, 2017