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Pattie Rose Hadfield, 82, of Draftenville, KY went home to be with the Lord on February 22, 2019 at Baptist Health Hospital, Paducah KY. She passed peacefully surrounded by the family she loved so deeply.
She is survived by her husband Charles, brother Tom (Sally) Jenkins, Antioch CA, sister Belinda (George) Wright, Hickory KY, children Steven Hadfield FL, Dan(Kelly) Hadfield Eureka, IL , Robert (Danette) Hadfield Lowpoint IL, grandchildren Adam, Marcus (Jodie), Kyle (Ashleigh), Cody, Madelynn, and Logan Hadfield, great grandchildren Addelyn, Easton, Charlee, Allee, Dante, Vignal, Savion, Ryann, Ellie, and Bella Hadfield, nieces & nephews Sarah Wright, Trent and Brian Jenkins, Tammy Boucher, Tracy Hadfield, Allison Wallace, great nieces & nephews Brady, Anna, Jack, Sawyer Grace, Savvy Joy, Jeff, Jay, Samuel, Jamie, Jason, Jenna, Lucas, and Tenille. She is preceded in death by her daughter Julie Hadfield, mother Linda Jenkins and father Elmo Jenkins.
Pattie was born June 15, 1936 to Linda & Elmo Jenkinsof Mayfield, KY. She grew up there and graduated from Mayfield High SchoolClass of 1954. She received a B.S. from Draughon’s Business College, Paducah, KY. She married the love of her life Charles Hadfield at the First Baptist Church of Mayfield on October 3, 1954. They moved to Peoria, IL in 1964and then to Deer Creek, IL in 1978 to raise their family but moved back to Draftenville, KY in 1994 to enjoy their retirement. They were happily married for 64 years.
Pattie was a home maker, but she also worked for Black & BoydInsurance, Mayfield KY, Muller Insurance, Peoria IL, and SZOLDS, Washington, IL. She was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church, in Gilbertsville KY.
She enjoyed reading on her Kindle, computer games, pictures of the grandkids, Christmas, collecting Santa Clauses, and Christmas movies.
Pattie will be remembered for hercrispy pan fried chicken, special laugh inherited from her aunt Almaaccompanied with a knee slap followed by an “oh shoot”, contagious smile and constant support, homemade strawberry preserves, tender spirit and living out the Golden Rule - doing for others as she would have them do unto her, “taking” pictures and never having a speeding ticket.
Per her wishes, cremation rites have been accorded at Collier Funeral Home, Benton KY and the memorial service and burial are planned for 1:00pm Saturday, June 15, 2019 at the Bethel Baptist Church, 2603 Tatumsville Hwy, Gilbertsville, KY so all family members and friends will be able attend. Memorials can be made to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Messages of sympathy can be sent by using collierfuneralhome.com or www.masonfuneralhomes.com. Mason-White Funeral Home is assisting with local arrangements.