Cecil Raymond "Ray" Hatfield, age 57, of Healdton, departed this life on May 7, 2019. No services scheduled at this time. Cremation under the care and direction of Alexander Gray Funeral Home in Wilson.
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Ray was born on June 12, 1961 in Hereford, TX to the late Mr. Cecil R.. Hatfield and Mrs. Glenda Sue (Ponder) Hatfield.
Mr. Hatfield was raised in the Springer / Gene Autry area most of his childhood. He attended school at Springer Public Schools. Mr. Hatfield joined the United States Army soon after High School and proudly served his country. Ray was a loving man and was always there to help his family and friends. He and Cheryl Lee-Ann Miller were married on May 27, 1995 in Ft. Worth, TX. Together they have made their home in Healdton for the past 20 years. Ray loved spending time with his family and was always pestering one of the kids. Hunting and fishing were two of his favorite hobbies. Ray would raise anything from baby skunks to possums. He was a Trucking Supervisor for Hulls Environmental Services for the past 7 years.
He is preceded in death by his parents; Cecil R. Hatfield and Glenda Sue Doss; and four sisters, Judy, Geneva, Paula, and Thelma.
Ray is survived by his loving wife Cheryl Hatfield of the home; 14 children, Tony Hatfield, Eric Hatfield, Anna Tennison, Jamie Hatfield, Donald Hatfield, Edwin Barrett, David Cooper, Amanda Cooper, Nicklas Baird, Melinda Laura, Tammie, P.J., Hailey, and Cassandra; sisters; Tina Schmidt, Maggie Hays, Glenda Esteph; six grandchildren, Bryton, Bentley, Boston, Dakota, Landon, and Delainey;step father, Donald "Junior" Doss; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.
Honorary Pall Bearers will be Brad Goodall, Richard Hays, Joseph Hatfield, Dereck Estep, Ethan Hays, and James Copeland.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be given to Ray's family 13730 W. Oil City Rd Healdton, OK 73438.
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