Stillwater NewsPress, Tuesday, 9 March 1993
Clarence Wilburn Hatter
Graveside services for Clarence Wilburn Hatter, 73, of Coyle will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 10, at the Oak Grove Cemetery northeast
of Coyle with the Rev. Val Bridenstine officiating. Strode Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. He died
Monday, March 8, 1993, at the Westhaven Nursing Home where he had been a resident since 1989.
The son of Sam W. and Mary Emma (Miller) Hatter, he was born Jan. 19, 1920, at Battiest. He attended school in Battiest, and then began
working for Dierks Lumber until 1944. He was drafted on Sept. 14, 1944, and served in World War II. He
received a certificate of Disability of Dischargement on Sep. 13, 1946.
He returned to Broken Bow and farmed and worked as a salesman for a propane company. From 1956 until his
retirement in 1974 he farmed in the Coyle area.
On July 16, 1941, he married Juanita Matheson in Stillwater. A farmer-rancher, he was a life member
of DAV No. 70.
Survivors include his wife, Juanita, of the home; two sons, Ronald Hatter and his wife, Linda, of Coyle,
and Sam Hatter and his wife, Debra, of Coyle; two daughters, Barbara (Hatter) Himes and her husband,
Dale, of Stillwater and Judy (Hatter) Rasmussen and her husband, Darrell, of Yukon; six grandchildren,
Greg Himes of Edmond, Debra Himes Allen of Stillwater, Laura Rasmussen of Oklahoma City, Tammy Rasmussen of
Oklahoma City, Tim Hatter of Weatherford and Paula Hatter of Coyle; and three great-grandchildren. He is also
survived by four sisters, Viola Hatter of Battiest, Maggie Corley of Durant, Minnie Dagenhart of Tempe,
Ariz., and Alene Cline of Durant. He was predeceased by his parents and two sisters.