Bratcher Funeral Home

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Hattie Renee Walters

May 10, 1984July 27, 2020
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Hattie Renee Walters 36 years old entered into eternal life on July 27, 2020 at TMC hospital in Denison Texas. Hattie was born on May 10, 1984 in Channelview Texas to John Walters and Nancy Nordby. She graduated from Bells High School in 2002. Her greatest gift of life was her children. She is survived by husband James Nelson, daughter Morgan Walters of Cherry Mound, son Gavin Nelson of Cherry Mound Tx, Mom Nancy Nordby of Antlers Ok, Mama Linda Simpson of Cherry Mound, Step Mother Shauna Walters of Channelview Tx, brothers Robert Walters of Baytown Tx, Jacob Walters of California and Toby Walters of Cherry Mound Tx, sister Michellyn Walters of Houston Tx, grandfather Leroy Nordby of Jenson Beach Florida and brother C.J. McRae. She leaves behind lots family and friends who loved her dearly. She was preceded in death by Dad John Walters and brother Matthew Walters. Hattie worked at Carrus for 6 years. The family would like to thank Carrus for all the love and support showed. A celebration of life for Hattie will be held Friday, July 31, 2020 at 10:00 AM at Bratcher Funeral Home, 401 W Woodard St, Denison, Texas 75020. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bratcherfuneralhome.com for the Walters family.


  • Nancy Nordby, Mother
  • John Walters, Father (deceased)
  • James Nelson, Husband
  • Morgan, Daughter
  • Linda Simpson, Mother
  • Shauna Walters, Step Mother
  • Robert Walters, Brother
  • Jacob Walters, Brother
  • Toby Walters, Brother
  • Leroy Nordby, Grandfather
  • Mathew Walters, Brother (deceased)
  • Gavin Nelson, Son
  • Michellyn Walters, Sister


  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Hattie Renee Walters

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Harriett Williams

July 31, 2020

Hattie, you are going to be missed by your family and so many friends, but will always be in our hearts

Evelyn Garner

July 30, 2020

Oh My Sweet Hattie, I cant even find words to Express how sadden I am to here of your passing. I cant think of a person that'll be able to prepare my breakfast as well as you have, with a contagious smile while doing so. You surely will be missed darling. Gone far to soon. Praying for the family of Hattie Walter's
~ Evelyn Garner ~~~

Lindsay Bateman

July 30, 2020

I'm going to miss you so much Hattie!! We used to get into so much trouble when we were younger!! We would aggravate your Gaga(Teddy) and my Dad so much!! I remember you whispering in my ear one time and saying hey Lindsay let's go put some V8 and nerds in Gaga and your Dad's beer and we did. They spit their beer everywhere!! Then Gaga told us to go pick a switch off of the tree that we were going to get a spanken. So on the way to get the switch you ask me do you think we should hide and I said no way if we hide it's going to be worse and you said yes it will be and I said we might as well just go ahead and get the switch and get it over with. We took the switches back to Gaga and he barley tapped us with it. We had a lot of childhood memories as well as some Adulthood memories that I will cherish forever!! I'm going to miss you my Sweet and Loving Cousin! May you R.I.P. Prayers for the rest of our family as well as your Kids! Love you Hattie!!

Janet Duebbe

July 30, 2020

When I first met Hattie she was a fun person to be around full of life and laughs we had great times hanging out and she was a good friend she brought a lot of joy into to this world and will never be forgotten she was always helpful in anyway she could and she is still helping others although she is not with us love ya Hattie .

Pam Ramey

July 30, 2020

The first time I met Hattie I was at Carrus. She is the niece of Kathy Logston one of my dearest friends. She came in and introduced herself. She had the most contagious smile on her face. She would make me laugh and made me feel so much better. She would come in every day before she left work. She always made sure I had a good meal while there. She is going to be greatly missed ! Rest In Peace sweet angel. You are special!!

Charlene Smith

July 30, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Hattie will be remembered by all. Love and prayers to all.

Patricia Neal

July 29, 2020

Remembering Hattie as she walked the halls of Bells ISD, class of 2002.
I am praying for your comfort and peace as you mourn the loss of Hattie.
Mrs. Neal/BHS Librarian

Crystal Gray

July 29, 2020

I'm so lucky to have worked with Hattie at Choctaw Casino. We were always laughing and she made work fun!! I will never forget how excited she was when she found out my son was going to be born on her birthday!! I pray for her entire family and especially for her babies through this very difficult time. RIP Hattie 🙏

Mel Chittum

July 29, 2020

Hattie my sweet friend, I will miss you so much! Such an awesome person that deeply touched my heart. You were the 3rd person I would see every morning when I came into work. With a huge smile on your face, you would say MEL and give me a huge hug!! I will miss our laughs, your sweet smile and most of all your HUGS!! I will also miss your special peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with my bag of cheetos. (Since I am the picky eatter in our Carrus Family) 😂 We had so many fun times goofing off together. Rest In Paradise my amazing friend!! I Love You So Much!!

Jo Thomas

July 29, 2020

Hattie was the cutest little girl when she came to my dads house with her dad it was like a special time . They looked so much alike it was unreal. I loved her dad like a brother and the first time I saw Hattie I told my sister I just wanted to hug and squeeze her till neither one of us could stand it any more. She had those sweet little cheeks and smile. And she never lost that contagious smile. I didn’t see her much when she was little because we lived in Ft. Worth but when you did see her she had that smile. She has two children that I hope has that same smile. And yes her daddy had that same smile. Gone way too soon but will never be forgotten. R.I.P. HATTIE fly high with the angels and keep that smile.