Palm Cheyenne Mortuary

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Milton "Butch" David Hatfield

July 10, 1944June 28, 2020

Milton (Butch Hatfield) age 75, passed peacefully at home in Las Vegas surrounded by his family on June 28, 2020.

He is survived by his wife Nancy Hatfield, children Scott Hatfield and Michelle Donaldson, Koszer (Stuart) of Las Vegas, his step daughter Ashley Berriochoa (John) of Reno, Sister Sharon Kale (Dick) of Las Vegas. Brothers Lester Hatfield (Lois) of Columbus, Ohio and Eddie Hatfield of North Carolina. Grandchildren Anthony Hatfield, Alyssa Donaldson and Jake Donaldson of Las Vegas.

Proceeded in death was his first wife of 38 Years Rosemary J Hatfield, Sister Martha Silver and Parents Mary and Lester Hatfield.

Butch was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. Many of his friendships were over 65 years. He always showed his strong feelings in his love for family, friends and co-workers.

He retired from General Motors Packard Electric as a Union Representative in 1996.

He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

We love you Butch

In Lieu of flowers donations to be made in his name to the Salvation Army


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Milton "Butch" David Hatfield

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Miriam Koszer

July 5, 2020

Our deepest sympathy goes out to your loving family. You will very much be missed.

It was an honor to have known you.

Sam and Miriam Koszer

Brian Futey

July 3, 2020

My dearest sympathy to the entire family, especially to my best friend Scott and his lovely sister Michelle.  I will cherish great memories growing up, especially fishing Mosquito Lake, visiting grandmother and the rental property.  Thanks for teaching me how to fish and play the horses.
Rest in peace.  You will be missed.

Dee Batts

July 1, 2020

My sincere sympathy to Scott(Ruth), Michelle(Stu), Anthony, Alyssa & Jake.
Butch had a dynamic personality with a big heart. I have many fun memories of time spent with Butch & Rose. My first trip to Vegas was with them in 1983.
He had a passion for horse racing and introduced it to me & Bob. I had so many great times with Butch, Rose, Scott & Michelle in Ohio, North Carolina & Vegas. He loved his family dearly & will be missed.
Rest in Peace Butch!
Sincerely, Dee Batts

Candy Trudell

July 1, 2020

I will miss you Butch. You were the brother I never had. We had so much fun growing up together. I remember trying to teach you the dance the twist. We always remained close and I know you are in heaven. Love you always.

Sharon Kalr

June 30, 2020

I will miss my brother Butch. We had so many good times together. He was my go to person whenever I had a problem. He knew how to fix everything and gave good advice. Cruising was his favorite thing to do and so was horse racing. We had such fun together. I was so lucky to have him for a brother. Rest In Peace Butch until we meet again.

Stuart Koszer

June 30, 2020

I didn’t know Butch for very long, just about 10 or 11 years but I loved Butch like he was my own father. I will miss his joy when the whole family was together.


June 30, 2020

My favorite memories of my Father is when when I could look over at any one of my sports practices and see my Dad. He had a very busy work schedule, but he always made time to be there for his family. He taught me so many values and lessons that I have truly remembered my whole life. Each day when I look to heaven I will remember the amazing impression that you made on me. Thank you for being a great Father. I will miss each each and every day, but you will be in my heart forever.

Alyssa Donaldson

June 30, 2020

Grandpa Butch was a loving man with a bright smile who loved his family more than anything. I remember as a kid he was always joking around, taking my brother and I on mini road trips and always going out to eat with us and the family. The last few years of his life were the ones that I cherish the most and I’m glad I could be right next to him on his last day here on Earth with us. I love you and miss you more than you’ll ever know Grandpa. Love your granddaughter, Aly

Michelle Donaldson

June 30, 2020

I will miss the greatest man I ever knew, my beloved father. I will cherish the amazing memories we made throughout the years. I will always be your little girl. Until we meet again...