Farming Rural 18

Phillip R Hatch

December 17, 1941 ~ June 1, 2022 (age 80)


Phillip R Hatch, age 80, husband of Nada Sue Williamson, Passed away
with his wife by his side.
Born December 17, 1941 to Abert and Ila Southam Hatch. Phil is survived
by his wife Nada, Siblings, Gary (Gail) Hatch, Dennis Hatch, Dwayne
(Sheridin) Hatch. Children, Sabrina (Bobby), Herb (Billie), Dana (Art)
Jana (Dave). Step children, Tina, Veanna, Kristy, Billy (Jennifer),
Jereamiah (Kelly) Joshua (Arleesa). Preceded in death by Parents Bert
and Illa Hatch and stepson Paul Pemberton.

Phil was born at home in his grandparents home then brought to stay in a
home at his favorite place to be on Brush Creek. He had a very
adventurous childhood with so many colorful stories that he willingly
shared with love d ones. He spent many summers as a boy on diamond
mountain (Hatch's Cove) watching the sheep with his horse. One of our
favorite stories was the time when he was a bored young kid, decided it
would be a good idea to rope a deer, as soon as he did it he realized it
was not such a good idea, as soon ad the deer hit the end of the rope
it would come and jab the horse in the butt, then back up and jab the
horse again. Phil was a very independent kid, milking the family's cow
each morning. Constant daily chores that gave him his outstanding work
He attended Uintah High school, after High school he married Garnet
Keiver and had his 4 children and later they divorced. Later he married
Nada Williamson.
His best friend growing up was Con Searle, the two of them were
constantly up to a lot of shenanigans.

There was a man who he looked up to and who made a huge Impact on his
life, his name was Fred Roudat. He worked for Haliburton for 32 years
and retired from the oilfield but did not retire from work. He embarked
on his dream of owning and running the Sage Hills Ranch. He started
with his son Herb Hatch by his side.
He raised sheep and cattle but his favorites were the sheep. He loved
his dogs and never went anywhere on the ranch without them.
His Family spent countless hours working and playing on the ranch. Phil
was well Known in our community and was liked by so many. He was so
giving to anyone in need and never ask for anything in return. He was
truly happy with the simple things in life. One of his joys was having
conversations is his shop at his work bench with anyone that came by. He
loved having coffee with friends at Diamond Hills cafe.
Phil and Earnie Buist was the best of friends and shared lots of
laughter and good times and was always there to lend a helping hand to
each other. Phil was an impeccable journeyman of many trades and shared
his knowledge with all of his children and grandchildren, with more
patience than anyone we knew.
There will be a big hole in our hearts until we see you again our dear
husband, dad, grampa, friend.

Grandchildren are Nikki Kemp, Danyell Harrison, Michael Hatch, Dallen
Hatch, Jade Roberts, Rachel Roberts, Landen Fulks.
Great Grandchildren are JD Kemp, Quincie Kemp, Sydney Langer, Maycee
Harrison, Kinzley Roberts, Carter Roberts.

Step Grandchildren are Stormie Brennan, Brandon Hillis, Juston Hillis,
Jodie Bridges, Katie Bradshaw, Ryan Bradshaw, Travis Bradshaw, Caleb,
Noah, Katura, Bryce, Brennen Pemberton, Heather Sizemore, Seth Richens,
Lacey Petrey, Ember, Tauni, Zack, Lily Pemberton, Brady, Miah, Abby

There will be a celebration of life at Sage Hills Ranch, June 25, 2022 from 2:00-6:00PM
Please come celebrate the life of a wonder man Phil Hatch.

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Celebration of Life
June 25, 2022

2:00 PM
Sage Hills Ranch

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