hours He New the of David W. Hackett Mrs. Violet Hackett, 56, pi 8 Jeechwood Road, Parkside, died Thursday in Sacred Heart iospital, Chester. Mrs. Hackett, the former Violet Carletti, was born in Chester and lived all her ' ; fe n the Chester-Parkside area. She was the daughter of rid the late Florence Carletti, and was a member of St. Anthony's Roman C a t h Church, Chester. In addition to her father, 's survived by her husband, Thomas Hackett; a daughter, Wrs. Dolores Jester of Chester; lye b r o t h e r s , DiDomizio, Louis Carletti Jr., jfabriel, Ernest and Nicholas Carletti, all of Chester; three sisters, Mrs.- Carrie' Ewald of Claymont, Mrs. Rita Sarantino of Cedarville, N.J,. and Mrs. Mary Peterson of Dondock, and five grandchildren. The funeral will be 9 a.m. Monday at the Nacrelli Funeral lome, 2217 Providence Ave., Chester. High requiem mass Je sung at 10 a.m. at Our of Charity Roman Catholic !hurch, Brookhaven. Burial will )e in Immaculate . Heart Cemetery, Upper Chichester. Calling hours will be Sunday evening at the funeral home.