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Mary Coleman Lewis Hatch
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Birth: Nov. 25, 1887
Death: Oct. 9, 1962

Lewis, Elizabeth Coleman (Mother)
Lewis, Siney (Father)
Spouse of Charles Alexander Hatch

Final Rites Held Saturday for Mary Hatch.

Funeral rites were held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in the Vernal Third Ward Chapel for Mary Lewis Hatch, 75.

Mrs. Hatch died of cancer Wednesday of last week at 12:55 p.m., at the home of a daughter in Salt Lake City.

Prayer at the Vernal Mortuary was offered by Douglas Merkley.

Prelude and postlude music at the chapel was rendered by Mrs. Mary Schaefermeyer. Gene Ray Hall, a member of the Bishopric, conducted the services.

The hymn, "In The Garden" was sung by Pat Stewart and Roberta Ufford and invocation was offered by Paul Hullinger.

Harold E. Hullinger, brother-in-law of the deceased, was the first speaker, followed by a trio, "One Fleeting Hour" sung by Mrs. Marva Lent, Mrs. Lois Erickson and Mrs. Merilyn Maxwell.

James Gray was the concluding speaker and "Goin Home" was sung by Glade Soward. All musical numbers were accompanied by Mrs. Schaefermeyer.

Bryce Merkley offered the benediction and burial was in the Vernal Memorial Park Cemetery, with Leo Hacking dedicating the grave.

Pallbearers were Don Richard and Hugo Hullinger, Max Stewart, Devere Carroll and Bill Lewis.

Mrs. Hatch was born November 25, 1887 in Midway, Utah, a daughter of Siney and Elizabeth Coleman Lewis. She was married to Charles A. Hatch, October 4, 1911 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died June 1959.

She was past president of the Primary and Relief Society of Vernal Third Ward. A member of the Senior Current Topics Club and Utopia Club. Attended Brigham Young University, University of Utah and was a former teacher in the Uintah School District.

Survivors: son, daughter, Glenn L. and Don D. (Buffle) Lybbert, both of Salt Lake City; six grandchildren; brother sisters, Frank and Charles P. Lewis, Mrs. John (Annie) Weist, Mrs. Harold E. (Jennie) Hullinger, all of Vernal; Mrs. Asher (Birdia) Merkley, serving an LDS mission in Texas.

Out-of-town visitors attending the services were: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. Don D. Lybbert, Don Hullinger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Neilson, Tamera hacking and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson and daughter, all of Salt Lake City.

Robert Lewis, Rangely; Mr. and Mrs. Axel Birch and Mrs. Venetta Probst, Pleasant Grove' Paul Hullinger and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hullinger, Bountiful; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hullinger, Kearns; Mr. and Mrs. George McMilland, Mrs. Elizabeth Jasperson and Mrs. Ann Fisher, all of Heber City.

Vernal Pearce, Norwalk, California; Mrs. Venice West, Downey, California; Mrs. Louis Heine, Lynwood, California; E. W. Evans, Provo; Mr. and Mrs. George Foster, Columbia, Utah; and Mr. and Mrs. James Gray and Mr. Gray's mother of Lehi.

- Vernal Express, October 17, 1963, transcibed by Rhonda Holton

Family links: 
  Charles Alexander Hatch (1887 - 1959)*
  Charles Dallas Hatch (1912 - 1935)*
  Lewis Hatch (1918 - 1918)*
*Calculated relationship
Vernal Memorial Park
Uintah County
Utah, USA
Plot: Vernal_BP31.00_L4_S2
Created by: Burnt Almond Fudge
Record added: Jul 03, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20259305
Mary Coleman <i>Lewis</i> Hatch
Added by: Burnt Almond Fudge
Mary Coleman <i>Lewis</i> Hatch
Added by: Burnt Almond Fudge
Mary Coleman <i>Lewis</i> Hatch
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