Larry Dean Hatfield

Born: Fri., Apr. 7, 1950
Died: Tue., Feb. 20, 2018


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Larry Dean Hatfield, age 67, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, formerly of Grove City, Ohio passed away on February 20, 2018 at his home after recently being diagnosed with cancer. He was a retired Maintenance Manager with ITW. Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Arnold J. and Lucille B. Hatfield and sister, Cathy Sue Hatfield. He is survived by his sister, Teresa Hatfield-Densmore and brother-in-law, Bill Densmore. He also leaves behind his beloved cat, Bob. Larry’s fearless free spirit led him to ride his motorcycle alone from Ohio to California to visit his cousin, Danni. Another trip on his motorcycle was taken from Ohio to Florida with close friends. An avid boater, he often ventured out on his boat alone to relish the sun and tranquility of the Atlantic Ocean. His most cherished journey took him to live and work at the Grand Canyon where he experienced many memorable adventures. He loved sending pictures home to share the beauty of the Canyon that he was able to capture. Larry’s mantra was “pay it forward” and it gave him much joy to give anonymously. He was very generous with his time and resources. He paid off lay-a-ways at Christmas and it was not unusual for him to hand money to a stranger. Larry loved to laugh and he had a wonderful sense of humor, making it effortless to make others laugh too. Larry will be missed by so many that he touched in his professional and his personal life. His kindness will not be forgotten. There will be a gathering to celebrate his life in Grove City, Ohio at a later date. Contributions in Larry’s memory may be made to Mason County Action Group, 101 2nd St., Point Pleasant, WV 25550

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Leon family
   Posted Wed April 18, 2018
My sincere condolences to the family in this most difficult time. I just wanted to share some comforting scriptures that I pray bring you comfort. The Holy Bible reveals that God purtposes to remove all the distressing conditions that cause sorrow and pain, including death. He promises: "Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his peoples. And God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things will passed away"-Revelation 21:3, 4. Very soon all our tears of sorrow will be turned into tears of joy, for this is God's promise to us. Please visit JW.org for more bible based information.

Teresa Hatfield-Densmore
   Posted Mon May 07, 2018
Brother, I am so lost without you. I wanted to be with you until the very end. Why did I go into the kitchen? Why would I do that? Those last few minutes are so foggy in my memory. I hope you are pleased with your Celebration of Life service and how I'm handling your final affairs. I love you so much! It must be wonderful to be with Mom, Dad, Cathy Sue, Mother, Pop and all the others who left this life before you. Rest peacefully, Brother.

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