Doreen Hatfield


On Friday, December 19, 2014, Mrs. Doreen Hatfield of Leduc, Alberta passed away peacefully at the age of 88 years.
Doreen will be sadly missed by her husband of 39 years, Pat; her four sons Mark, Chris (Louise), Jamie (Brenda), and Howard; her Grandchildren Colin (Kara), Nigel, Jennifer, Jordan, Francine (Jason), Malinda (Scott), Michael (Jody), Celia (Cody), and Andrew; as well as seven Great-Grandchildren Carter, Trinity, Devon, Zeth, Zera, Clarke and Eowyn.
Doreen was predeceased by her parents Tom and Mary Exley, brothers Arthur and Leonard, and her sister Laura.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Diabetes Foundation (#100, 12220 Stony Plain Road NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 3Y4) would be greatly appreciated.

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I would like to offer my heartfelt to the family and friends of Mrs. Hatfield.

She was my high school English teacher and her high expectations encouraged me to strive for excellence. It was an honor to share her retirement with our graduation.

She led an amazing life and touched the hearts of many. She will be missed by all.

Glenn Osmak

Sincere condolences on the passing of Mrs. Hatfield last month. I recently returned home from travel and learned of her passing. I have fond memories of our English and French classes in Calmar and will remember her as an outstanding instructor who demonstrated a very high level of commitment to her students.

In addition, Mrs. Hatfield shared her challenging experiences in England during the WWII time period and this left an unforgettable impression on me in terms of what it means to deal with conflict and adversity.

Best Regards,
Glenn Osmak
Class of ’85

Tammy Alexander (Larsson)

Mrs. Hatfield was my English teacher in Calmar many years ago. She was one of my most inspirational teachers as well. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.
May you feel comfort knowing how influential she was in so many of her students. She has impacted so many lives in her teachings of English as well as life. She packed a lot of authority, understanding and discipline in her small size!
She was truly a great person.
Rest in Peace

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