Pat Hyatt

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Pat Lyn Hyatt 85, of Conroe, Texas passed away Wednesday November 22, 2017 He was born in Jeff Davis Hospital in Houston, Texas on May 27, 1932 to parents Frank Joseph and Lucille Spence Hyatt. He spent his childhood growing up in Houston, Spring and LaPorte, Texas, Pat married Frances Terry on April 2, 1955 the love of his life for 62 years. They spent many happy years together in Houston, working and raising their twin girls. Pat was a master carpenter, electrician and machinist. His talents were endless. He could build anything you wanted and that included building their family home. Pat was an avid sportsman. He loved fishing and hunting. He enjoyed his retirement years on Lake Livingston where he could fish, drink his beloved cup of coffee and playing lots of Bingo with his wife Frances at the American Legion and VFW Halls. In 2005 they moved to Conroe to be closer to family. He excelled at being a husband, father, and grandfather and friend. Pat was a Korean War Veteran, achieving the rank of corporal in the United States Army.

Pat is preceded in death by his wife, Frances; parents; brothers, Frank, Charlie and Don; sisters, Mary Russell and Lucille Seale. Pat is survived by his daughters, Brenda Coon and Linda Helmer. Granddaughter, Tracey and husband Kenton Singleton; grandsons, Duke Coon, Jody Coon and Danny Coon. Great grandson, Sean Singleton, Aaron Singleton and Joseph Coon; great granddaughters, Emily Coon, Lauren Coon, Gabriella Coon and Brook Coon. Numerous nieces and nephews

Visitation will be from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM Monday November 27, 2017 at the McNutt Funeral Home. Funeral Services with Military Honors will be 11 AM Tuesday November 28, 2017 in the McNutt Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Harold Morton officiating. Interment will follow at the San Jacinto Memorial Park in Houston.


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