Nellie Ann Reece
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More information about Nellie's mother's side of the family (McClure) can be found on elsewhere on this website or in print version at http://thebp.site/75345
Nellie Ann Reece was born on May 20, 1939, in Akron, OH. I believe she was born at home, like most of her siblings, while they lived at 1542
Woods Road on a house overlooking the airplane factory and the dirigible hanger.

1542 Woods Rd, Akron, OH is a single family home that contains 672 sq ft and was built in 1930. It contains 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom.
PHOTOS
Children of Nellie and Fred Hackman:

1.        Deborah
2.        Eldon Wayne
3.        Linda
                                                                                                                                       
Just to precious not to share!
If anyone has any digital pictures or stories
they would share, I would appreciate being
able to add them to the family history.
1957 High School graduation
See the Timeline for more information on where the family lived.
Waiting for verification that this was the
house they lived in. If so, pretty small
for a growing family!
She appears in lots of group family photos through the years. Most of these are found on his Father (Zeb Vance Reece) pages. But here are a few
1945
1955 Vivian, Nellie *and a child)
1957
She first married Fred Hackman (son of Ralph Hackman and Helen Dierdorf) on April 15, 1959 in Akron, OH (Her parents signed the marriage license
application). The marriage license says she was a ‘beauty operator’ – which I believe in today’s vernacular means she was a hair stylist. Fred was
born on February 16, 1938 in Gettysburg, PA. The marriage license also says he was in the US Army at the time.

I don’t have any information on when they divorced or if Fred passed away. But I do find evidence of a second marriage to __Parker
(family story
says he died tragically).