Weston P. Hatfield

Forsyth County, North Carolina


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Weston Poole HatfieldWinston-SalemWeston Poole Hatfield, 92, died October 19th at his home at Arbor Acres, Winston-Salem. Mr. Hatfield was born in Hickory, North Carolina, in 1920. He attended public schools in Hickory, and graduated from Wake Forest University and Harvard Law School. His studies...

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Our family lived across the street from the Hatfields on Club Park Rd. until 1976 when we moved to California. I shall never forget the personal support and encouragement I received from Weston and Lisa and the beautiful model of living with grace and dignity the Hatfield family gave our 3 daughters. Our sympathy to the Hatfield children, Ann, Weston, Andrea, and Heidi.

Heidi, I am sorry for your loss. I have good memories of engaging conversations with Weston at Catherine and Dad's home.

What a kind and elegant man your father was! He was certainly the most dashing and thoughtful member of our parents' generation... He always, always made Tom and me feel as though he was genuinely pleased to speak with us and to hear what we, no matter how young we were, had to say. He was one of a kind. Much love and sympathy for yr loss.

I read with great interest about your father's distinguished career, both in the military and as an attorney and civically involved member of the community. He lived a very meaninful life, and i offer my sincere condolences.

Charlie Younce

He was a gentle man, his children and their children will be the beneficiaries of such a presence and his influence for generations to come

Ivan Schwartz (Brooklyn, NY)

To Weston and Julie and your children and the rest of the Hatfield family, Michael and I just read Mr. Hatfield's obituary in the News & Observer. What a lovely tribute to a wonderful man, and what an enormous loss to all who knew him. Weston, it is easy to understand how you grew up to be such a fine person yourself. Our thoughts are with all of you. Michael and Sarah

Wes was the epitome of a gentleman and scholar and will be greatly missed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. I recall the wonderful times we had with Weston and Lisa, and I celebrate his close friendship with my father.

Our community grieves for a wonderful man who did so much for so many.