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Jimmy Charles Hatcher, Sr.

Born: 3/11/1937

Died: 11/20/2005

Maiden Name: n/a

Honorific: n/a

Jimmy Charles Hatcher Sr., 68, an Atoka area resident, passed away November 20, 2005, at Wilson N. Jones Hospital in Sherman, Texas. Born March 11, 1937, at Whitesboro, Oklahoma, he was the son of Clyde Roy and Stella Woods Hatcher. He was of the Baptist faith and was a member of the Iron Workers Union.

Mr. Hatcher had worked as an iron worker and built communication towers across the United States and Iran.

He was married to Carole Aikman on January 8, 1975, at Shawneetown, Illinois.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Jimmy Charles Hatcher Jr.; one sister, Ruth Wheat; and a brother, Bobby Hatcher.

Survivors include his wife of the home; stepmother, Clio Hatcher of Talihina; nine children, William Curtis Mayhugh, Mark Alan Mayhugh and wife Teresa, James Edward Mayhugh, Lisa Duffy and husband Dennis, Kristie Powell and husband Donald, Mary Siegers and husband Lester, and Karen Wallis and husband Rick, all of Evansville, Indiana, Brian Miller and wife Susan of San Antonio, Texas, and Hubert Mayhugh Jr. and wife Jamie of Durant; four grandchildren of his home and 22 other grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; brother, Bill Hatcher and wife Mildred of Purcell; sisters, Lois Ann Cawlfield and husband Arnold of Lubbock, Texas, and Edna McFatridge and husband Haskell of Comanche; along with numerous other relatives and many very dear and loved friends.