David Phillip Hatcher Jr.

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  • "RIp. David. I will always remember you happy."
    - Laura Daniel
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    - Danny Gibbs
  • "Dave was a good contractor to work with and he did many..."
    - Jim Minks
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    - Mary Kapellas
  • "Hatch, you are missed. The Perucci's family."
    - Jim & Lynn Rickards
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David Phillip Hatcher, Jr.  

Died suddenly on September 16, 2017. He is survived by his three sons, David James Hatcher, Joshua Phillip Hatcher, and Jacob Michael Hatcher, as well as his sisters: C. Diane Hatcher Hines, Terrey Lynn Hatcher, Gretchen Lee Hatcher O'Brien, and stepsister Lara Ferguson. Other members of his immediate family include six nephews, three nieces, a granddaughter, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
David is also survived by his loving parents--mother Mary Nelle Evans, and father David Phillip Hatcher, Sr.; as well as stepmother Lane Goddard; stepdaughter Jessica Lee Mendenhall, and former wife Carol Jewel Reynolds.
To list the hundreds that will miss and mourn David is an impossible task; he was loved by many fine friends and extended family members, especially his long-time companion and life-partner Sarah Kelly.
Founder and CEO of Hatcher's Floors Inc., David devoted his life to his business, successfully executing jobs of all sizes, from small repairs for family and friends, to large and lovely showcases for the most discerning of clients, like some of his beloved Redskins, as well as the Smithsonian Museums.
A celebration of his life will be held Saturday September 23, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at JW & Friends Restaurant, 6531 Backlick Road in Springfield, VA.
In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully received by Children First Charity LLC, located at 4085 Chain Bridge Road, 5th Floor, Fairfax, VA 22030. David was a long-time supporter of this cause and would be proud to know that the giving goes on in his name.

Published in The Washington Post on Sept. 23, 2017