Ricky Hatcher, 55, of the Union Hill Community of Clay County passed away Nov. 8 at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Funeral services were held Nov. 12 from the chapel of the Hall Funeral Home with Bro. Tim White officiating. Interment followed in the Union Hill Cemetery.
Ricky Hatcher was born on Nov. 19, 1956 in Bakersfield, CA. He was a carpenter and was of the Pentecostal faith.
He was preceded in death by his parents Orville Girvus Moore and Isabelle Hatcher; and sister Linda Lee.
Surviving relatives include his wife Lizabeth Hatcher of Red Boiling Springs; daughters Quiana Silk and husband Sonny of Red Boiling Springs, Lori Hatcher of Union Hill Community; sons Daniel Hatcher of Cookeville, Nathan Grace and wife Misty of Lafayette; grandchildren Caylin Silk, Gavin Silk, Gunnar Silk, Kyle Grace and wife Karlee, Dallas Grace and Logan Grace; brothers Orville Hatcher and wife Francis of Moss, and Ken Moore and wife Shirley of California; and brother-in-law Kenneth Lee.
Card of Thanks
Bro. Harold Reeder was enrolled in Cardiac Rehab in July 2012, after mitral valve surgery at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. He is extremely thankful to the “Good Lord” for his improved health status he has made and blessed of being able to participate in Cardiac Rehab. He is thankful for the close monitoring, knowledgeable and compassionate staff at Cardiac Rehab.
A special thank you to the “Good Lord” and the staff at Cardiac Rehab; Vicky Horn, R.N., Debbie Baker, R.N., Rachel Farris, R.N., Jennifer Young, L.P.N., Mary Reliey, R.N., Libby Lee, R.N., Rachel Case, R.N., Colleen Childress, R.N., Danielle Ulmer, R.N. and the cheerful greeting when entering Cardiac Rehab by Angie Rogers and Michelle Spivey. Cardiac Rehab closely monitors their patients by heart monitoring, taking blood pressure at different intervals of exercise program, diabetes controls and education of dietary intake and information for improve quality of life.
He would highly recommend Cardiac Rehab in Cookeville to anyone for the intervent and prevent off heart problems. He feels extremely blessed by the Good Lord to be a participant in the lifestyle and behavior modification program in Cardiac Rehab in Cookeville. A special thank you to everyone that has made the intervention and mandatory participation in Cardiac Rehab possible. Praise the Good Lord for Cardiac Rehab and the employees dedication and hard work for a better quality of life for their patients.