James “Jim” Wentworth Hatfield

6/16/1943 ~ 4/20/2022

Born June 16, 1943 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada to Lavina and Elmo Hatfield. Passed away April 20, 2022 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah.
Best friend and partner to Penny. Biggest fan and supporter of Douglas Hatfield, Gregory (Lori) Hatfield, Kelly Allred, Donna (Dale) Phillips Christine Ganieany, Kevin Guzic, Angela (Chance) Hatfield, Helen (Matt) Zobell. Doting grandfather to 10 most precious grands. Perfect big brother to Randy (Leslie) Hatfield, Sharon (David) Nicholson, Susan Kinney, Phillip (Sharon) Hatfield, Jessie Witbeck, Michael Hatfield, Dawn (Richard) Teerlink. Favorite uncle to many loving nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents, brother Bruce Hatfield and son Keith Guzic.
Jim grew up in a small town in Alberta, Canada and lived his life with small town values. He loves his family, his job, his friends and his life. He appreciated that he had the ability to work hard and make a good life for his family. He believed in sharing his good fortune and didn’t judge whether one was deserving or not. He also shared himself – he was the “go to guy” if you needed anything – and never expected anything in return.
Funeral services will be held Monday April 25, 2022 in the Fairview 3rd Ward Chapel (131 E 100 N) with a viewing from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. prior to services under the care of Rasmussen Mortuary.
Thank you Jim – You have left big boots to fill! We love you.

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6 Responses to “James “Jim” Wentworth Hatfield”

  1. Jim was a Good Neighbor and good friend. He will be missed throughout the community. Jim always had a smile and a good word for everyone. Our sincere condolences to Penny and his family and hugs to them all. Paul and Roxanna Kendall

  2. George W Bench says:

    We want to express our sadness at the passing of Jim Hatfield. He was truly a kind, friendly and helpful man. Our sympathy goes to Penny and family. May the Lords blessing be with you during this time of sorrow.

    George and Peggy Bench

  3. Jeff Jarman says:

    The Sanpete Pantry will miss are good friend Jim. We will cherish his cheerfull spirit. Thank you for the hours that you volunteered for us.

  4. Lynn & Angie Daley says:

    We are saddened by the news of Jim’s passing. His smile was contagious. He will be missed by all in this community. Our best wished to Penny and your family.

  5. Rob Lundgren says:

    Jim was the nicest guy I loved his smile he always had this great big smile when he would greet you I will really miss him

  6. Love you bro RIP A heart of Gold !!