Clifford Steven Hatch passed Saturday, January, 24 2015, peacefully at his home in Fort Hall, Idaho at the age of 51. Steve was born in Blackfoot, Idaho on November 16, 1963 to Clifford Miner and Anita Kramer Hatch, his father passed away in 1973 his mother remarried in 1973 to Lloyd Falkner and they moved to Pocatello, Idaho.
Steve attended schools in Aberdeen and Pocatello while in school he joined the rodeo team. He graduated in 1983.
Steve joined the National Guard and got married. They had a daughter Jessica Hatch, and were later divorced. Steve remarried to Elaine Stone, they had 17 wonderful years together in Fort Hall, Idaho.
Steve worked for J.R. Simplot in Aberdeen, Idaho until he became disabled due to a car accident. Steve helped out on the family farm in Aberdeen, during harvest season. Steve loved to go elk and deer hunting, fishing, skiing and snowmobiling.
Steve is survived by: his wife, Elaine Hatch; daughter, Jessica Hatch; mother, Anita Falkner; step-father, Lloyd Falkner; brothers, Ronald Hatch; sister, Shelly Nelson; step-brother, David Falkner & Larron Falkner; step-sister, Gena Falkner. He is also survived by special aunts, uncles & cousins: Melvin & Jack Kramer; Pat & Lewis Evans; Rita & Gene Gross; Eileen & Don Mingo (deceased); Shane Kramer; Brian Evans; Cassey Mingo; Vickie Evans Fernandez; Nikkie Evans Bielenberg; Treasa Mingo; & Jodi Tomlinson Parsons.
Steve is preceded in death by: father, Clifford Miner Hatch; Laura & Warren Kramer; Don Kramer; Eileen Kramer Mingo & Bill Kramer.
“Soaring with the eagles and watching over us.” The family thanks you for your prayers and support.
Funeral services for Steve were held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 31, 2015 in the LDS Chapel at 1433 Gwen Drive, Pocatello, ID. The family were received friends one hour prior to the services at the church. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.wilksfuneralhome.com.
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