Everitt Francis Hatfield Sr.

January 31, 1926 - October 09, 2022

Everitt Francis Hatfield Sr.

January 31, 1926 - October 09, 2022


Everitt Francis Hatfield Sr. was born January 31, 1926, in South Bend, WA to Gladys Marie Sharp and Andrew Toler Hatfield. His daughter Valerie (Ken) Hiebert and son Andrew Hatfield preceded his death. He is survived by his wife Catherine, their four daughters: Cherie, Theresa, Mary, and Patricia; their nine sons: Lawrence, Everitt Jr., James, Michael, Eugene, Timothy, Martin, Gregory, and Thomas; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His super-sized extended family was a continual source of enjoyment, especially at holiday gatherings.

He entered the Army Air Corp in 1942 and after 24 years of service world-wide, he retired from the USAF in 1966 as a Senior Master Sergeant. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Assumption School Fund.

Funeral services to be held at Assumption Church, Thursday, October 20th, 2022, at 10:30am, reception to follow. Interment will be in the Tahoma National Cemetery.

Funeral Mass

  • Date & Time: October 20, 2022 (10:30 AM)
  • Venue: Church Of The Assumption
  • Location: 2116 Cornwall Ave Bellingham, WA 98225 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (360) 733-1380

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6 responses to Everitt Francis Hatfield Sr.

  1. Steve Swank says:

    My heartfelt best wishes to Hat (Mike) and the whole Hatfield family.

  2. Sending Sympathy and prayers to the entire Hatfield family.

  3. He was always Mr. Hatfield to us, this warm, bear of a man who had an everlasting smile upon his face. Our mom, Nancy, would occasionally run into him at Haggen and he always asked about Katie and me, how we were, what were we up to. It always made me smile when mom would call and share that she had run into him, there was happiness in her voice and he was the cause. He did that, he mad people happy.
    Our hearts are saddened for all of the Hatfield Clan. Cherish the memories made.
    Know you are being thought of.
    Love from
    Kate Newstrom
    Amy Darst (Newstrom)

  4. Tami says:

    The Hatfield’s lived across the street from my Grandma, Mary Jo, when I was growing up. Mr. Hatfield always smiled, waved and offered a friendly hello.
    My condolences to the family.

  5. Erin Haggith says:

    My sympathies to the Hatfield family. I remember Valerie and Martin both from HIghschool. It is always hard to lose a parent. May your father, Valerie and Andrew all be angels on your shoulders. Warm memories will fill your hearts as times goes by
    Erin (Henifin) Haggith

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