Keith Hatfield, age, 50 of LaFollette passed away Sunday September 5, 2021. 

As his parents, God Blessed us with a wonderful son who brought joy and adventure to our lives. Although saying goodbye is devastating, Keith leaves us a lifetime of memories to cherish. Thank you to our friends and his that have comforted us in thoughts and prayers.

As an animal lover and in lieu of flowers etc, the family requests that a donation in Keith’s honor be donated to Campbell County Animal Shelter, 745 Towe String Rd, Jacksboro, Tn 37757

Preceded in death by; grandparents Warren G. Hatfield Sr. and Betty Hatfield,  Carl and Cecil Norton, Uncle Larry Norton.

Survived by; parents Warren G. (Butch)  Hatfield Jr. and Sandra Hatfield, spoiled canine daughter, Nola, aunts; Patricia Lennex of Rocky Top, Kathy Palmer of Fla, uncles Carl Norton of LaFollette and Gary Norton of Rocky Top.

Keith had always requested that he did not want a funeral with friends and family mourning him, but to celebrate his life and the pleasure of having so many friends and a loving family.   The family will have a memorial gathering on Saturday, September 25, 2021, from 1:00 – 5:00 PM at the LaFollette Country Club with the celebration of life to follow at 5:00 PM.

Keith’s guestbook may be viewed at

The family has entrusted the care of Keith Hatfield to Martin Wilson Funeral Home “Where families matters most”

6 Replies to “Keith Hatfield, age, 50 of LaFollette”

  1. Keith was such a good guy, I hated to here of his passing. Praying for his family. I am in shock at the moment

  2. Butch, I am so shocked and sorry to hear about Keith. I’m praying for strength from God for you, Sandra and the whole family.

  3. Sandra and Butch, there isn’t much I can say at this time to ease your great loss. I just wanted you to know that I am grieving with you and thinking about you all.

  4. Sandra and Butch, you all know how I thought of Keith!! Living next door to you all when he was small was an absolute joy! His smarts of all subjects, but sports information, he was a whiz! I wanted him to take John Ward’s place for announcer when John Ward retired! Keith was a highlight as neighbor! I will never forget the little feller! His mind never stopped! Such a joy!

    1. Sending Prayers and Healing to Keith’s family…He is dearly missed. We will miss his smiling face around downtown Knox. To his best friends, Troy Goodale and Steve Susens, my heart goes out to you, I have seen the joy in many pictures of ya’ll friendship over the years. Rest in heaven Keith!

Comments are closed.