Jarvis Hatch

Jarvis Dee Hatch

Thursday, March 16th, 1944 - Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
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Jarvis Dee Hatch passed away peacefully at his home on July 1st, 2020.
Beloved by his family he was a husband, dad, brother, uncle, grandpa, and friend. Jarvis was born March 16, 1944 in Richmond CA to Nellie Harding and Lloyd Ceral Hatch.
In his early childhood his family moved to Koosharem and then to Salina, UT where he graduated from high school.
He married Shanna Rae Sorensen and had three children; Troy, Traci, and Travis. They later divorced, and he married LaDonna Austin and had twin girls, Rachael and Erin. They later divorced, and
he met the love of his life, Cathy, in 2002. They were married on September 11, 2004 and he accepted his daughter, Stephanie, into the family as one of his own.
Jarvis had a very funny sense of humor and you could always expect a good laugh whenever he was around. He loved to tease his grandkids with the bird in his ear and they would constantly ask to hear it.
He loved to go for rides on the mountain with his brothers, fishing, shooting guns with his boys, and being outside with his family. He was an amazing cook and he loved to bake every chance he got.
Jarvis enjoyed coffee and crosswords in the morning, ending with a beer in his hand every night.
Jarvis served as a Sargent with the 101st Airborne in Vietnam. He later became an industrial electrician and made many friend everywhere he worked.
His amazing voice and fabulous dance moves will be greatly missed by so many.
Jarvis is survived by his wife Cathy, children Troy Hatch, Traci Shaw, Travis Hatch, Erin (Jared Roberts) Hatch, Rachael (Chet) Barber, and Stephanie (Charles) Wright. Brothers Ronald (Jerri) Hatch, David (Carol) Hatch, Mike (Kim) Hatch, and Scott (Janet) Hatch. Father-in-law Roddy Kipp. Sister-in-law Darlene (Lon) Davis. Brother-in-law Daryl Back. 12 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Nellie and Lloyd Hatch. A brother, Newell Hatch. Brother-in-law, Steve Back and mother-in-law Billie Kipp.
The family respectfully request that due to COVID-19 restrictions only immediate family attends service, as only 50 people are permitted at gathering. Facial mask are required.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Tuesday, July 28th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Tuesday, July 28th, 2020 11:00am
    Legacy Funeral Home
    762 Horizon Drive
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  • Interment

    Veterans Cemetery of Western Colorado
    2830 Riverside Parkway
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    Graveside Service is Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 1:00 P.M..


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Shelley Carlson

Posted at 01:00am
My youngest memories of Uncle Jarvis are that he was handsome and cool! Oh so cool! 😎. I also thought he was Mexican with his dark hair and mustache and tan skin. He always made me smile and he and my dad liked to goof around. Actually all the brothers liked to joke and tease. He was always so nice to me. He was a good man and will be missed. Love you Uncle Jarvis❤️

Annaliesa Hoffman

Posted at 01:45pm
Jarvis was like a second father to me while growing up with my dearest and long-time friends, Erin and Rachael. I loved his humor, singing to us girls, and big hugs. He was always so generous with those he loved and made many sacrifices for them. I will always hold him dear in my heart and be grateful he was a part of my life. Love, Annaliesa (Anno) Meyers Hoffman

I love you, Denise

Posted at 12:11pm
I am so sorry for your loss Aunt Cathy. What I loved most about Jarvis was the way he loved you. May his memory and love for you live on in this tree
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