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Haberkamp Family of Pine Hills

ABOVE: Marilyn Haberkamp with her sons Tim, Tom and Robert.

 

The Haberkamp Family in Pine Hills

Marilyn Haberkamp and her family moved to the Pine Hills area of Orlando from the Village of Mount Prospect, Illinois in 1966 to open a Burger Chef restaurant. The restaurant, in the new community of Pine Hills, opened on May 24, 1966 with the entire family working behind the counter – including their three young sons Tim, Tom and Robert. In 1982 Hardees bought out the Burger Chef franchise and a year later the Burger Chef became Hardees. They Haberkamp family has been very involved in the Pine Hills area ever since!

 

ABOVE: Tim Haberkamp

ABOVE: Marilyn Haberkamp

 

Haberkamp Burger Chef and Hardees on Silverstar Road

 

ABOVE: Photographic history of the Haberkamp family business at 5212 Silverstar Road in the Pine Hills area of Orlando. The family came to Orlando in 1966 and started running the Burger Chef the next day! In 1982 Hardees bought the Burger Chef franchise and in 1983 they said goodbye to Burger Chef and hello to Hardees! The entire family worked in the restaurant including all three boys! Tim said he worked there from the very beginning at only 9 1/2 years of age!

 

Forty Years Devoted To Pine Hills

 

READ   40th Anniversary Celebration Memory 2006

Hardee’s 46th Anniversary in Pine Hills

 

READ    46th Anniversary Celebration Memory 2012.

 

 

ABOVE: This is their Hardees as it looks today! It is still located at 5212 Silverstar Road in Pine Hills community in Orlando.

 

Interview with Tim and Marilyn Haberkamp

Listen to and watch this two-part interview with Tim and Marilyn and Haberkamp conducted by Ken Gibert at the Hiawassee Branch Library on January 10, 2013.

WATCH PART 1 

 

WATCH PART 2

 

Remembering Customers and Managers of Haberkamp Hardees

These are some of the wonderful Hardees customers of the past. Most of these folks are gone now, but not forgotten!!
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Doris Cater, Sherry and Butch Scott, Jamie Santos, Paul Unger, Evelyn, Donna and Bill Long, John and Betty Hurtt, Betty Serchert, Killy Samuels, Martha Sietz, Ginny Stevenson, Fran and Woody Helms, Myrtle and Ed Sandlin, Walter and Letha Holmes, Lester Andrews, Sophie and Lionel Mongeau, Lee, Michael, and Donna Dellarocco, Marie, Clyde, and Brent Schaffer, Martha and Don Bridges, Ted Moo, Nancy and Davide Johnson, Mary Ann Piccafollo, Dorella Brown, Joanne Andray Lamb, Wilma and Don Heidler, Hazel and Martha Hoskins, Danny, Kate and Chris Wilkerson, Dana, Kate, Lauren and William Tyndal, Sonny and Donna Greenfield, Darlene and Howard Nutt, Polly Lucas, Roger Higgs, Joe and Libby Harris, Pappy and Bobbie Parlett, Cleo and Everette Richards, Nora and Jerry Dzanisous, Rick Cowles, Charles and James Jasperson, Jim and Glenda Hataway, Frank and Sarah Hoeltke, Glenda and Sheldon Halston, Landon and Bronson Rodrigues, Janet Brumbley, Dorothy and Ori Hansen, Wanda Garrett, Mel Levitt, Walter Tucker, Retha Dicks, Howard and Lea King, Allan and Rhoda Good, Jim Elma Haynes, Helen and Rueben Marx, Georgette Broyles, Harold Wilson, Bill Friendly, Jackie Boyce, Ad and Aldorrah Black, Herb and Wilma Branson, Don and Lorraine Greer, Lorraine Wilson, Audrey Moo, Susie Johnson, Thornton and Margie Higgins, Jack and Mary Lou Conney, Tony and Jolene Karivakiros, Evevly Crosby, Gene and Helen Howard, Paula Pickering, Jeannie Campbell, Suzie Boucher, Robert Galloway, Frank Quinn, Ethel Sporeledger, Lawrence Fawcett, Jan Hirris,Irma Fricke, Pastor and Margie Kutz, Dennis Kelly, Lenny Lindstrum, Gene and Margaret Simpson, Jim and Rose Jones, Walter and Petty Francis, Robert Sandlin
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I would be remiss if I did not mention some of the wonderful managers we have had at this store over the years.  They include Bill Trotter, Brenda Horton, Eugene Barnes, Tom Haberkamp, Rick Christener, Kim Waterworth, Janice Hollihan, Mark Johnson, Walden Madura, Guerdy St. Jacques, James Boys, Mauricio Londono, Teresa Okefferrell, Jerry Begley, Tamara Smith, Anne Newell, George Holbrook, David and Darren Mercer, Greg Horton, Patricia King, E. J. Wilson, Tina Wellman, Marthe Camille, John McLeod, Kenny Thompson and Kerry Krause, Vern Williams.
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Thank you all, past and present, for being my friends love forever,
Robert Whitaker.
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In Memory of Marilyn Haberkamp

Mrs. Marilyn Haberkamp was born on July 19, 1930 and passed away on January 9, 2021.

Watch A photographic tribute to Marilyn Haberkamp.

 

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