Jennifer Duke-Hatch

Jennifer Duke-Hatch

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Jen Hatch, 54, was born June 8, 1966 in Provo, Utah to Richard and Carolyn Duke. She passed away suddenly at home December 10, 2020. Jen graduated from Orem High in 1984, where she played Volleyball and the Saxophone. Jen married Scott Hatch November 20, 1987, they later divorced. Together they had four beautiful children, Brandon (Stacia), Kiley, Spencer and Baylee. She also had a faithful four legged companion Charlie. Jen loved yardwork and owned her own mowing business for many years, she had many customers that became like family. She worked for Alpine School District for the last five years and loved all the staff and children. Coworkers report she was often caught singing the Mama Mia Soundtrack when she thought she was alone. Jen recently received the Impact Award at work for always going above and beyond. She excelled in woodworking and loved to be creative. Jen was a proud organ donor. Jen is an awesome person and finally at peace and flying free with her mom, dad, stepmom Dalene, Papa Hatch & other family members. She will be missed by many. Jen is survived by her children, sisters Jayne Ann (Greg) Sapp, Kristy (John) Davis, Tracy Lee Molina, and many other family members. Due to Covid, Graveside services will be private. Jen’s earthly body will be laid to rest at the Orem City Cemetery on December 22, 2020.

Arrangements entrusted to Walker Sanderson Funeral Home of Orem.
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    Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 | 11:00am
    Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 11:00am
    Orem City Cemetery
    1520 North 800 East
    Orem, Utah 84097
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Karen mizell

Posted at 02:43pm
Jennifer was a dear person and I thought of her as a real treasure in the neighborhood. She will always have a place in my heart.
Karen Mizell

Celine Patient

Posted at 12:11pm
Jen was the most sincere, down to earth, loving person that ever walked this earth. We were blessed to work with her at the "Orem Owlz", and become her friend, and enjoy he,r as well as her loving children. You couldn't say Jen's name without getting a smile on your face. We are so heartbroken to have received the news that she passed. She will be greatly missed. Love always, Willie, Celine, & Dani

Pat Nielsen

Posted at 02:19pm
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom! She was a dear lady, always so compassionate and caring. I first met her when she come to parent/teacher conferences when I taught Spencer. I loved seeing her in the halls of Hillcrest when Baylee was there. I was excited when she joined the staff at Hillcrest and I could see her every day. She will be dearly missed! My heart goes out to you at this time.

With love,
Pat Nielsen

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