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My prayer and deepest sympathy are with Ms. Lou and family.I have been Lon's caregiver for over a year, by far the most caring,kindest and loving patient I cared for. He was a great person had such good humor and charm.Lon told me he had long time dead and went to heaven and God turn him back.I'm sure God will open the gate and accept him in this time. he is sadly missed by Bayada care team of nurses.He will be remembered.Gretel

All my prayers are with you Lou and your family.

Lon was a great man and it was such an honor to have known him these past years. He had such a good humor and charm, he was always fun to talk to.

I am sure Dan from Java Club has already poured him a cup of coffee and he is sitting at a table with Jack, Ben and George and all the rest from Java Club and Ja Vahz that went before him. I am sure he is catching up with old friends.

Paige and family, we are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with you. Lola and Leslie

Chris, Edward just told me that your dad had passed away. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I have always know you to be a wonderful gentleman and when I learned that Lon was your dad I understood why. I have always had the deepest respect for your dad.


Lon's Obituary

HATTON, Lon, a member of a pioneer Florida family and lifelong Tampa resident, passed away Friday Nov 9, 2012. Lon was born March 17, 1929. He was preceded in death by his mother, Faye Watkins Hatton; and brother, Jay W. Hatton. Lon is survived by his wife of 56 years, Lou Parmelee Hatton; their...

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