U.S. Marine Corps: Wyatt Hatcher, Valley City, NC, Cause of Death

Wyatt Hatcher Death –  Passed away: Wyatt Hatcher, of Mooresville, North Carolina, a member of the U.S. Marine Corps and Team Penske, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly, leaving behind his beloved family and friends in shock and grief. He was known to be a hardworking gentleman with a lot of potentials, he did all his best to make his family proud by serving his country to the best of his ability. It is heartbreaking of his untimely death, he will forever remember for his service for his country.

He is a native of Valley City, North Dakota, he attended Valley City High School, he is the son to Laurie Hatcher, he was a former Mechanic at Bay Shore City Side May 2013 to August 2015, he was later employed as a Sales representative at O’Reilly Auto Parts from August 2014 to May 20, 2017.  Wyatt is also an Assembly Mechanic at Team Penske from May 22, 2017, before he joined the U.S. Marine Corps on October 7, 2019, until his passing. He is survived by his mother Laurie, his uncle Howard William Hatcher, his cousin Len Olson, and his friends. He was beloved by all the people around him. He will be greatly missed but his memory and legacy will live forever. We extend our sincere sympathy to the family.

Matthew Lard shared a post on Facebook expressing his profound sadness and also remembering Wyatt for a great friend he was. The post reads: “Wyatt Hatcher I don’t know what was going on in your life outside of the military. I do know this: Wyatt was a natural-born leader and a great friend. He was there through hard times when people were in need. He always made sure the job got done no matter what it took. I’ll always remember the times we had at Courthouse Bay and the late night and early morning runs we went on while everyone else slept and the late-night horror movies when we bunked together. Seems just like yesterday we were in the barracks cramming our brains with the school. I can say without a doubt and with great confidence that you’re in a good and better place. Let your soul be at peace and your body at rest. You were an amazing human and a loyal friend. May you Rest In Peace brother. Semper Fidelis my friend.”

Wyatt Hatcher’s Obituary will be organized by the family.

Photo Credit (PC) goes to Wyatt Hatcher

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