Mr. Jere O. Hatfield

October 27, 1938November 4, 2012

Mr. Jere O. Hatfield, 74, of Roswell, passed away on Nov. 4, 2012. He was born on Oct. 27, 1938 in Melvin, Kentucky. He proudly served our country as an embassy guard in the U. S. Marine Corps. He retired as a Regional Sales Manager for the Dial Corp. Jere was a lifelong fan of the Atlanta Braves and Falcons. Jere had a kind heart and touched many lives. He was a good husband, father, and friend and will be missed dearly. He is preceded in death by his parents, Robert Hatfield and Mary Short. Jere is survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Evelyn; brother Robert; children - Luanne, Lance, Matthew, Jimmy and Mark; grandchildren - Ethan, Lauren, Tate and Clay, and great-grandson Luke. Visitation will be from 5 - 8 p.m., Tues., Nov. 6 and the Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m., Wed., Nov. 7 both at Roswell Funeral Home, 950 Mansell Rd., Roswell, GA 30076. Memorial contributions may be made to The American Heart Association or the charity of your choice in Jere's honor. Roswell Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.


  • Visitation Tuesday, November 6, 2012
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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November 14, 2012

With greatr sadness , I see my childhood friend go.Hoot Mon Gary-Minus bid goodbye to a lifetime friend.

American Heart Association

November 8, 2012

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.

Julie Linn

November 8, 2012

I write this with a heavy heart. Jere brought so much
peace to my life. He was such a good man. He felt like a father to me. He will be missed by so many. Rest in peace sweet Jere. You made an impact on my life.
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Blake Lewin

November 8, 2012

Here at 1117 Perimeter Center he always had a "Hello" for everyone and gave us that wonderful smile. We will miss him greatly. Please accept our sincere condolences and prayers to his family.
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Diane Bandow

November 7, 2012

Jere and I were both Braves fans, we 'talked baseball' every day I saw him. He was a great friend and I know he loved his family and cared about all of us in the building. He will be missed and in our prayers.

Teresa Abbott

November 7, 2012

Dear family,
Thank you for sharing Jere with us here at 1117 Perimeter Center West.
Jere was the BEST!

I arrived at work this morning, after having been off a week due to a family medical emergency, and Jere did not greet me. I thought to myself - Darn, Jere must be off today. I had a sadness come over me since he wasn't there to greet me. It wasn't until I arrived in my office did I learn of his passing. I was overwhelmed with sadness!

I have worked in this building for almost two years and from the first day, Jere welcomed me everyday he was there. He asked my name and even though he knew my name, he would great me with "Good Morning, Pretty Lady!" (Even, if he was on the phone checking on his wife!) Now, I know he used that term for others, but he always started my day off with a smile when I entered those doors.

I enjoyed speaking with him and discussing family, Braves, Falcons and my love of Georgia football. I am very grateful that my path crossed Jere's.
I will miss him but was blessed for knowing him.

Robert Klein

November 7, 2012

Jere was a true gentleman. I've worked at 1117 for five years, and being greeted by Jere as I came through the front door was part of my morning routine. In addition, we taught dozens of international students here at Troy University, and Jere always remembered their names, greeted them as they arrived, and made "small talk" with them. This helped their English skills and increased their self-confidence. One holiday, when Troy was closed but Jere was at 1117, an international student arrived in the U.S. without our knowledge; the student came directly to 1117 from the airport, only to discover that no one was there except Jere. Jere took the poor guy under his wing, notified us of his arrival, and then drove him to a nearby hotel so the student would have a place to stay for the night. Jere Hatfield went above and beyond the call of duty at all times. He was a great guy who was loved by all.

anthony johnson

November 7, 2012

i used to like talking football and sharing a few Vegas stories together. Jere will always be awesome!!! God Bless to his family

Theresa Dix

November 7, 2012

Jere will truly be missed in the 1117 Perimeter Center Bldg. My prayers go out to Jere and his family.

Sylvia Latimer

November 7, 2012

I thank God for just getting to know Jere. I will miss seeing him in the hallway and the security desk at the 1117 building. May the Lord continue to Bless his family Because truly I do know that earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.