Samuel Moss Hatfield, 58, of Elizabeth, passed away Monday, February 15th, 2021 at Camden Clark Medical Center, Parkersburg, WV.
Moss was born September 30, 1962, in Iaeger, McDowell County, WV to Franklin D. and Jacqulim “Patsy” (Pack) Hatfield.
Moss is preceded in death by his brother Donald “Tom” Hatfield.
He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend. After moving to Wirt County in 1994, Moss spent the last 27 years working his family’s farm that he loved dearly. He was a dedicated farmer who worked hard and loved harder. He enjoyed driving dump trucks, working around the farm, cutting hay, horse trading, and spending time with loved ones. His love of ice cream was known by everyone, especially his grand kids. Many knew him for his kind heart and infectious smile.
In addition to his parents he is survived by his loving wife, Jacqueline “Kennedy” Hatfield of 36 years; his two sons, Brandon Moss (KaraLin) Hatfield and Samuel Don (Jordan) Hatfield both of Elizabeth; grandchildren; Destiny Grace Rogers and Coleman Don Hatfield; brothers; Adam (Rose) Hatfield, Woodrow “Bookie” (Angie) Hatfield, and Henry F. Hatfield; Sister Patricia M. Hatfield; nephews; Lacy Hatfield, Durik Hatfield, Nick Hatfield, Joey Hatfield, Curtis Hatfield, Dallas Kennedy, Curtis Kennedy Jr., Leon Kennedy Jr., J.R. Kennedy, D.J. Kennedy, Cory Kennedy, James Coleman, Ron Coleman, Eric Collins, Derrick Collins, and Jamie Collins; nieces; Savannah Martin, Wendy Cline, Brenda Kline, Amanda Helmick, Charity Trump, Candie Henry, Sherry Golden, April Bledsoe, Kayla Miller, and Kristie Tingler; several cousins; and great nieces and nephews.
Friends may gather with the family Monday, February 22, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. at the Calvary Apostolic Tabernacle in Elizabeth, WV for visitation. Funeral services will commence the following day at the church beginning at 1:00 p.m. with the Rev. Tim Hopkins officiating.
Burial will immediately follow the funeral service at the Hatfield family cemetery at Rose Hill where Moss will be laid to rest, near his brother, on their family’s farm.
Following a short ride from the Barn by horse and buggy to the family cemetery, he will be carried to his resting place by his family and friends.
Moss will be greatly missed by the many people who were fortunate enough to have known and loved him.
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