Floyd Hacker, 81; former teacher, coach and first lay principal at archdiocese high school
Called “Mr. DuBourg” by many, Mr. Hacker was known for wearing his trademark bow ties and suspenders.
He was one of the founding members of DuBourg when it opened at Jefferson Barracks military post in September 1950. He was the only lay teacher on staff when the school opened.
When the school moved to its current location on Eichelberger Street in 1954, Mr. Hacker served as a social studies and physical education teacher and coach.
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