Marjorie “Jean” Clawson Quiggle Hackett passed away Sunday, January 14 at Warren General Hospital at the age of 99 just shy of her 100th birthday. Jean was born March 5, 1924, in Cleveland, Ohio to the late Robert J. and Hannah A. (Shuster) Clawson. Jean worked several jobs in the Cleveland area including a time at the Rations Board during the Great Depression where she would routinely slip extra ration coupons into the hands of parents needing shoes for their children. Her family moved to Corydon, PA where her grandparents owned and operated the Clawson General Store. Shegraduated from Kinzua High School where she was the standout woman’s basketball player and captain of her team and was voted most popular of her graduating class. Jean worked for many years at the Blair Corporation and the Warren County School District as a Library Aid at Beaty Junior High School and Warren Area High School. Jean was a devout Catholic and a member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and St Joseph’s Catholic Church during her lifetime. Determined to remain active well into her 90’s, Jean could be seen walking her neighborhood and greeting everyone on her front porch most days. Jean also enjoyed boating at Kinzua for many years with her family and her brothers’ family each summer enjoying the many fun-loving antics of the nieces and nephews.

Jean was preceded in death by her first husband Herbert Quiggle who passed away after 44 years of marriage and her second husband Jim Hackett after nineteen years of marriage along with her beloved brother Charles H. Clawson and sister-in-law Barbara Clawson. She is survived by her four children, Chuck Quiggle (Anna), Susan Scalise (Jim), Jane Bracken (Gary) and Patti Moore (Don). She enjoyed her seven grandchildren with the antics and love of her fourteen great grandchildren who fondly referred to her as Granny.

Friends may call on Saturday, March 2, 2024, from 9:00 to 10:00 am in Holy Redeemer R.C. Church, 11 Russell Street, Warren, PA. A Memorial Mass of the Resurrection will follow at 10:00 A.M. in the church, with Fr. Stephen Schreiber, Pastor, officiating. Inurnment will be in Saint Joseph’s Cemetery. Email condolences may be sent by visiting <>
The Donald E. Lewis Funeral Home, Inc. has been entrusted with funeral arrangements.