Marcella Rose Hatcher
1926 - 2020
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Hatcher, Marcella Rose
Feb. 18, 1926 - Sept. 8, 2020

Survived by her husband of 68 years, Thomas, and their children: Kathy, Elizabeth and her husband, Tom and Joe and his fiance, Beckie. For full obituary visit

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Published in Denver Post on Sep. 13, 2020.
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September 15, 2020
One of my Favorite Sunsets
To my friend of many years
Love you Marcella.
Will never forget you.
Carolyn Allendorf
Carolyn M Allendorf
September 15, 2020
Marcella, To my Beloved friend of so many years where we first met at Depco. We remained friends throughout those years, and became closer when we chose to car pool to work. Will always remember the laughter, and the Fun Times we shared.
I am so fortunate to have shared all these years, and got to know you better , along with your Great husband Tom. You found out that I liked to ride bikes, and so Tom and I started riding many miles. You also cooked us dinner a few times when we came back to the house. Never forget you my Dearest Marcella. You are now in Gods hands, standing by his side, in PEACE, no longer in Pain. My prayers are with you always my friend. God Bless.
Your friend forever.
Carolyn Allendorf.

Carolyn M Allendorf
September 13, 2020
Our thoughts are with you and your family Tommy.
Les Burg
September 12, 2020
Aunt Marcella was one of the most kindest Loving people I knew. She truly loved Her family. After my mother died (Helen Maxia) she called me up to see how I was doing, my son Joshua answered the phone. He was 9 at that time. He look at me and said mom its grandma calling from Heaven and she is wondering how I'm doing? Then he replied Mom I did think Heaven had phones? He handed me the phone and I could hear Aunt Marcella Chuckling on the other end. When I said hello she said I'm So Sorry Sweetheart I didn't mean to scar Josh. Aunt Marcella voice sounded just like my mothers. Aunt Marcella and I laugh over that one for years.
My Deepest condolences to the family. God bless you. You are in my thought and prayers.
Love always ,
Patty and Joshua O'Brien

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Patty Maxia-O'Brien
September 12, 2020
Marcella became my aunt when I married her niece, Majella, and I couldn't have asked for a better aunt. She welcomed me warmly into the family and let me know she would always be there for Majella and me. Fast forward 3 years and we were adopting our 9 month old daughter from China and we had a 6 month old son. Travel to China for two weeks was required and we couldn't take our baby. Marcella stepped forward and offered to keep our baby in Denver allowing both of us to travel to China. In her mid 70s, she was a trooper for wrangling an energetic crawler for two weeks. For that alone, I will be forever grateful, but there was so much more she did for us. I will miss you, dear Aunt Marcella.
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