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Grady Hatton

Grady Hatton (Associated Press/Houston Astros)
Grady Hatton (Associated Press/Houston Astros)

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August 10, 2014 "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."
April 23, 2014 "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" - Clare Miers (Dallas, TX)
April 15, 2013 "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." - John Ellison (Buna, TX)
April 15, 2013 "May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow." - Evette (OH)
April 15, 2013 "Patti---So Sorry to hear about your loss. Been thinking of you and your family. Randy Trahan"
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WARREN, Texas (AP) — Grady Hatton, the former major league third baseman who managed the Houston Astros in the 1960s, has died. He was 90. ...
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