Grady Hatton was a prince. Just prior to his death I talked to Grady about the old days in Beaumont. I lived on Linson and Live Oak St. a stones through from Grady. Thanks for God's mercy and Justice that we are able to gain back what Adam lost. A new heaven and a new earth awaits us. Albert Lombardo Atl. Ga.
I was so fortunate to meet you and your sweet, lovely wife during a magazine interview. I traveled to your warm home in East Texas and you and your wife made me feel at home and like I was family. I will treasure those moments and feel blessed to have been assigned a story to meet you. It was an absolute honor, Peace be with such a talented, fine man who accomplished so much in life, and most importantly-- being such a beautiful family man and husband. -- Clare Miers, Dallas, Texas
Patti, I am sorry for your loss but happy your Dad is now in heaven and not suffering any more. Maybe he and Nancy are visiting and talking about old times. Nancy really did think the world of your Mom & Dad. God Bless you and your family in the days, weeks, and months ahead.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Patti---So Sorry to hear about your loss. Been thinking of you and your family. Randy Trahan
My first baseball idol with the Reds.I both saw him play at Crosley Field and listened about him on the radio.A great loss.
Patty, I am so sorry for your loss.
Offering my deepest condolences during this difficult time, I'm so very sorry for your loss, death is something we are never prepared for, but please find comfort in knowing sickness, pain and death will one day be no more.
The family of Willian Goolsbee ----Robert, Charles and Roscille are sending you our prayers.We will be remembering our family visits in Beaumont many years ago. So sorry for you lost. Roscille Lay
Doris, our thoughts are with you.
Bill and Ray Hilton
I was saddened to learn of the passing of
Grady and my sincerest condolences to the
Hatton family. I had the pleasure to meet Grady back in 1983 while visiting
Texas baseball players, and later in 2011. Both times Grady was wearing those trademark bib-overalls. I really
enjoyed Grady's Baseball stories and I
will always treasure the time he spent
with me. If there is a Hall Of Fame in
Heaven, I can guarantee Grady's in. May
your soul forever rest in peace. And
may God always bless your family.
I was lucky enough to still have a couple of his baseball cards.As an adult some 40 years later he honored my autograph request.
Grady a friend of all baseball fans.
Rest in peace!
You will be be remembered.
My sincere sympathy for the Hatton family. I am so sorry for your loss.
My prayers are with the Hatton Family. I am so sorry for your loss.
May your fond memories bring a smile to your face. Turn to God to bring you comfort in your distress. He is near to all those calling upon him and their cry's for help he hears.
Psalms 145: 18,19
Our prayers are with you and your family, we will miss him. From the staff at Brookshire Bros. Pharmacy in Woodville.
Heartfelt condolences to family and loved ones. May the God of all comfort be with you.
My sympathy to the family of Grady Hatton. My dad always thought that we might be related but not close enough to show up in our family tree. I have lived in the Cincy area all my life and was very young when Grady played for the Reds! Go with God and you will be on the winning team!
R.I.P. Grady Jr. I still remember you standing in the kitchen in Aunt Ada's apron washing dishes. We had so many wonderful summer visits when we would spend our summers in Nederland at Aunt Shirley's house.
Shirley Stiles Elkins
MY condolences to all of Grady's Family. I grew up about 30 miles north of Cincinnati. I was a Reds fan and I still am. A great third baseman. I will always remember those games. GOD BLESS!
To the Hatton family my condolence.please draw close to god on this time of sadness,he will draw close to you.
To the Hatton family my condolence.please draw close to God in this time of sadness,he will draw close to you.
As a native Houstonian I appreciate what Grady Hatton did for Houston and our Astros in those early years in the Dome. I have a ton of special memories from that time period with my Dad and our family. Will be praying for an awareness of God's presence and compassion for the family during the days to come. Matthew 5:4.
When I was growing up in the South in the 1940's and 50's, we played a game called "Ethan Allen's All-Star Baseball" and Grady Hatton was one of the third basemen.
With our deepest condolences.
John 11: 1-44
I am sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my condolences and may the peace of God that excels all thought comfort the family during this time of sorrow.
My sincere condolence for the loss of Grady your dear loved one. May your fond thoughts of him bring back good memories. Peace and love to your family and friends, and to the spirit that you all show. firstname.lastname@example.org
sincere sympathy to you,may the God of all comfort be with you at this time....~~
I saw my first pro game on a rainy night at Fenway in 1954. Grady Hattan covered 3rd with others with such names as Hoot Evers and Teddy Ballgame---for me, it was like watching gods vie for control of the universe. God be good to Grady.
May the eternal light shine upon him.....
he was great guy he will be missed but now he with god now
He was my favorite player growing up in Cincinnati. I still have a reds baseball autopsied by him and other reds. He was my hero. Wally pagan
I saw my first major league game in 1947 and Grady was the third baseman for the Reds. This was at old Crosley field.
My condolences to his family.