Joyce Elaine Hackler, age 92 of York, died Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at York.

She was born Jan. 11, 1928 to Carl and Lola (Walford) Richter at rural Gresham. She was a 1945 Gresham High School graduate. In 1965, Joyce was united in marriage to Richard Hackler in California. During her working years, she was employed by United Airlines as a ticket agent. In the past five years, she lived in Maryland, California, Colorado and finally in York. She enjoyed bowling, working on puzzles, and reading. She also loved her dogs: Sargent Schultz, Colonel Klink, McDuff and Max

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; stepson, Andy Hackler; brothers, Bob (Irene) Richter, Don Richter and Art Richter; infant sister, Phyllis Richter; sister-in-law, Janet Richter and niece, Elaine Richter Scott.

Surviving is her brother, Fred Richter of Shelby; sisters-in-law, Shirley Richter of Gresham and Lois Richter of Lincoln; stepson, Richard (Kathy) Hackler; stepdaughter, Candace Petersen; nieces and nephews, Christy Ann Richter, Richard Richter, Greg Richter, Annette (Bob) Gloystein of Exeter, Terry (Lori) Richter of Gresham, Barb (Doug) Nienhueser of York, Judi (Tom) Luettel of Gresham and Leslie Hiemer of Chapman along with many great-nieces and great-nephews.

Private family services. Cremation. No viewing or visitation. Memorials may be directed to Gresham Sons of the Legion or to York Adopt-A-Pet. Condolences may be left for the family at Metz Mortuary, York is handling arrangements.

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