Kathy Hatfield , age 72, of Toler, Kentucky, passed away Sunday,  January 13, 2019 at the Pikeville Medical Center.
Born December 17, 1946 in Louisville, Kentucky, she was the daughter of the late Luther Ray and Lorene Hess Cantrell.
In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by an infant sister.
Kathy was a former Licensed Practical Nurse, a Kentucky Licensed Funeral Director, and co-owner and operator of the Hatfield Funeral Chapel and Belfry Floral & Gift Shop along with her husband.  A dedicated wife, mother, gran-gran, and friend, Kathy always tried to exemplify the characteristics of a lady.
Those left to cherish to cherish her memory include her husband of fifty-two years, David G. Hatfield, her two sons, David Eugene (Paula) Hatfield and Matthew (Bethany) Hatfield, gran-gran's boys, Braxton, Mattix, and Hagan Hatfield, one sister, Judi Smith, and a host of friends.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at noon at the Hatfield Funeral Chapel of Toler, Kentucky with Pastor David Robinette officiating.  Entombment followed at Mt. View Memory Gardens of Huddy, Kentucky with family and friends serving as pallbearers.




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Remembering Kathy from the 1980's

Shared by Forever Remembered on June 12, 2019

I remember Kathy Hatfield from 1983.  She gave me words of encouragement about the funeral business.  She always encouraged me to become a funeral director.  She gave me excellent guidance and great words of wisdom.


James Allen Bowers

Kathy Hatfield was a special lady

Shared by Forever Remembered on June 12, 2019

Kathy Hatfield was a unique lady.  She always had a story to share about everybody.  She loved life to the fullest and she especially enjoyed sharing stories about others.  She always kept up with the latest stories on everyone in the funeral business.  She enjoyed sharing stories about other funeral directors and people involved in the funeral business.  She was always kind and compassionate.  She was always willing to help others.  She would go above and beyond to help anyone.  She later loved working at Belfry Floral.  She could be found at the flower shop most every day.  She was a great floral designer and really enjoyed the customers.  Kathy was one in a million - a gifted story teller, an excellent floral designer, and a caring funeral director.  Kathy was someone who made you feel at home.  Always a lady and always kind - that is how Kathy will be forever remembered.