Judie Lusk Hatfield, 77, of Marlinton, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2021, at CAMC Memorial in Charleston.
Born May 17, 1943, in Algoma Hollow Coal Camp in McDowell County, she was a daughter of the late Emmer Theodore Lusk and Irene Zelma Hall Lusk Anderson.
Judie was a very friendly and loving person, and she had a special touch for every person who came into her life.
She would help anyone she could. She was a Mother-figure to everyone she met. Judie worked for home health at Pocahontas Memorial Hospital, and she was a private home caregiver for elderly people at Watoga and many others. She helped with the Pocahontas and Nicholas County Coon Hun-ters Association on Droop Mountain, working mainly in the kitchen. She was of the Baptist Faith.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Anson “Snookie” Denver Hatfield Sr. (2019); daughter-in-law, Pam Miller Hatfield; brother, James “Jimmy” Lusk; bro-ther-in-law, James Hatfield; and great-grandson, Kyle Vance.
She is survived by her daughter, Sheri Darlene Alderman, and husband, Larry, of Beaver Creek; son, Anson “Pete” Denver Hatfield Jr., of Marlinton; sister, Peggy Lee Lusk Belcher, and husband, Thurman, of Princeton; brother, Ronnie Joe Lusk, and wife, JoAnn, of Bluefield; sisters-in-law, Imogene Lambert, of Orange Park, Florida, and Linda Hatfield, of Bluewell; four grandchildren, Steven Simpson, and wife, Ashley, of Denmar, Cheryl Simpson, of Neola, Janessa Kay Bell, and husband, John, and Anson “Bubby” Denver Hatfield III, all of Marlinton; six great-granddaughters, Erika Simpson, Kassidy Vance, Madison Simpson, Natalie Simpson, Kenley Vance and Broklyn Simpson; and one great-grandson, Jacob Bell.
In keeping with Judie’s wishes, the body will be cremated and there will be no service.
Online condolences may be made at Lantzfuneralhome.com