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Robie Lee Hatfield

March 16, 1964 — March 22, 2024

Gillette

It is with profound sadness and a deep sense of loss that we announce the passing of Robie Hatfield, a cherished father, son, husband, uncle, friend, and most adoringly, a grandpa. Robie left us on a serene morning, surrounded by the love of his family, leaving behind a legacy of kindness, resilience, and undying love for those he held dear.

 Robie was a beacon of light in the lives of all who knew him. His laughter was infectious, his wisdom boundless, and his capacity for love knew no bounds. A hardworking man, Robie dedicated his life not only to the well-being of his family but also to the service of his community, touching the hearts of many with his generosity and unwavering support.

 With a zest for life that knew no bounds, Robie embraced every moment with passion and enthusiasm. Whether he was roaring down the open road on his Harley with his friends, cheering on his favorite football team at the stadium, or basking in the warmth of a crackling fire surrounded by loved ones, Robie cherished every experience. His love for the outdoors was evident in his dedication to working on the yard, camping under the starlit sky, and casting his line in search of the perfect catch. But perhaps most of all, Robie found joy in the simple pleasures of life: hosting gatherings for friends and family, visiting his beloved grandkids in Salt Lake City, and sharing laughs over a cold beer in the garage. His presence radiated warmth and kindness, leaving an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing him. Robie was not just the life of the party; he was the heart and soul of every room he entered.

 As a father, Robie instilled in his son (Jake Hatfield) the values of honesty, hard work, and compassion. He was his mentor, his rock, and his biggest (and loudest) cheerleader! As a son, he was the pride and joy of his parents, embodying the virtues they hoped to see in the world. As a husband, he was a partner in every sense of the word, sharing a love so profound with his beloved wife that it became a tale of true companionship for those around them. Their reunion now is a comforting thought amidst the sorrow of his departure. 

 Robie's role as a grandpa, however, was where he shone the brightest. His grandchildren (Amelia and Drayson Hatfield) were the light of his life, and he dedicated himself to creating moments of joy and laughter that will be treasured forever. From impromptu adventures to quiet afternoons filled with stories, Robie's legacy will live on in the hearts and memories of his grandchildren, who adored him beyond measure.

 To the world, Robie may have been one person, but to us, he was our world. His kindness reached the corners of our community, his strength was our foundation, and his love was our guiding light. As we bid farewell to Robie, we take solace in knowing that he is now at peace, reunited with his beloved wife, embarking on a new journey together.

 We invite all who knew Robie to join us in celebrating his remarkable life and to share in the memories that will keep his spirit alive within us. Let us honor Robie by living our lives with the same kindness, courage, and love that he exemplified every day.

 Robie Hatfield may have left this world, but his legacy will never be forgotten. Rest in peace, dear Robie. Your memory will forever be a blessing to all who were fortunate enough to know you.

 In lieu of flowers, Robie’s family kindly requests that those who wish to honor his memory consider contributing to a scholarship fund dedicated to supporting his beloved grandchildren’s college education. Your generous donations will help fulfill Robie’s cherished wish of providing a bright future for his grandchildren. Contributions can be made directly to Jake Hatfield. Your support and generosity are deeply appreciated.

 We extend a heartfelt invitation to all those who wish to pay their respects to join us for a Viewing on Wednesday, March 27, from 4-7pm at Gillette Memorial Chapel. The following morning, on Thursday, March 28, at 11am, we will gather for a Graveside Service to honor and remember Robie. Following the service, a Celebration of Life will be held at the Moose Lodge, providing an opportunity for friends and family to come together and share memories of Robie’s remarkable life.

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