Person:Bernie Hatfield (2)

Bernie LaVerne Hatfield
m. 18 Oct 1903
  1. Bernie LaVerne Hatfield1907 - 1981
  2. Basil Edwin Hatfield1920 - 2001
m. 1 Jan 1939
Facts and Events
Name[1] Bernie LaVerne Hatfield
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 18 Nov 1907 Putnam County, Missouri
Marriage 1 Jan 1939 Adair, Missouri, United Statesto Roma Bell Gates
Death[1][2] 13 Aug 1981 Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Burial[1][2] Highland Park Cemetery, Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri
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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Obituary (newspaper unknown).

    Bernie Hatfield

    Bernie LaVern Hatfield, 73, 0f Kirksville died Aug. 13, 1981, at the North Kansas City Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient since receiving injuries in an automobile accident on July 30.

    The son of Hugh Chester and Myrtle Ann Mills Hatfield, he was born Nov. 18, 1907, in the Low Ground community, in Putnam County. On Jan. 1, 1939, he married Roma Bell Gates, who preceded him in death in 1980.

    He was raised in the Low Ground community, where he received his education. In 1938, he moved to Kirksville where he was employed as an engineer for the Missouri Power and Light Company until his retirement in 1968. Following his retirement, he was employed at Kirksville Osteopathic Health Center.

    He was a member of the First Christian Church.

    He is survived by one step-son, Jerry Moore of Centerville; two grandchildren, Michael and Michaele; one brother, Basil Hatfield of Bridgeton; and two sisters, Mrs. Eugene Richardson of Lucerne and Maxine Coates of Kansas City.

    He was preceded in death by his wife and an infant brother.

    Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the chapel of the Foster-Fohn Memorial Home in Kirksville with George Noble officiating. Burial was in the Highland Park Cemetery.

    Pallbearers were Carl Coy, Joseph Rhodes, Bud Reese, Larry Whitney, Gary Schneider and J. L. Hogenson.