Phillip H. Hatch
|Posted 2021-04-07 by mhenderson|
|Published in Today's News Herald on Apr. 7, 2021 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
Phillip H. Hatch, known to his friends as "Phil", passed away on March
31, 2021 at the age of 87 in Lake Havasu City. He was born on June 16,
1933 to Paul and Winnona Hatch in Thermiston, Oregon.
Phil served his country in the United States Air Force and was
stationed at March Air Force Base in Riverside, California. He is a
Korean War veteran. He married his true love; Joan, and they were
blessed with 54 years of marriage before she went to be with the Lord.
He attended Wheaton College and Fuller Theological Seminary. He
enjoyed model radio control airplanes, traveling, and playing cards
with friends. He belonged to the Radio Control Club of Havasu. Phil
had a strong love for the Lord and though he had a vast knowledge of
scripture, he never stopped being a student of the Bible. He was a
very active member of Calvary Baptist Church; where he led life
groups, bible studies, and served as a leader for Celebrate Recovery.
Over the years, he has mentored and sponsored many. Phil made a
difference in countless people's lives and was a blessing to all who
Phillip is preceded in death by his wife; Joan C. Hatch, parents Paul
and Winnona Hatch, brothers; Ernest and Jim Hatch, and sister; Jan Van
He is survived by his son; David E. Hatch, daughter; Debra E. Keil,
sister; Connie Magnussen, eight grandchildren and 10 great-
A memorial service will be held at Calvary Baptist Church, McCulloch
Campus, on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 1:30 pm.
Services were entrusted to the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz-
frazefuneralhome.com. To send a free card go to
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