Aletha Beatrice Hyatt

Published 12:00 am Friday, September 16, 2016

A celebration honoring the life of Aletha Beatrice
Hyatt will be at Prewitt’s Chapel Baptist Church on Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Hoy Leach and Rev. Nick Hilton officiating. Burial will follow in the Prewitt Chapel Cemetery. Visitation will begin on Saturday at 10:00
a.m.until service time at Prewitt’s Chapel.
Mrs. Hyatt was born September 7, 1921 in Sabine Parish. She passed from this life to be with The Lord on September 15, 2016.
Born in a family of five children and losing both parents
at a very young age, she was raised in the Prewitt’s Chapel Community in Christian homes who made a life-long impression on her life.
Mrs. Hyatt was a graduate of Hornbeck High School. She was a loving wife and wonderful mother and
grandmother. She was a faithful Christian, teaching Sunday School (primary class) for many years. She loved to sew and make quilts. She was a wonderful cook, and a meal was always ready at her home.
One of her great pleasures was for the
Pastor and family to have Sunday dinner at her home. Her food pantry was well stocked. The annual garage sale was a family festival with days of food and good times.
She lived the last several years at Sabine Retirement and Rehabilitation
where she had made a family of friends who called her “Miss Aletha”.
The last member of her family’s generation will be laid to rest beside her husband in the family plot at Prewitt’s Chapel Cemetery.
Preceding her in death
were her parents, Kirk Allen Coburn and Bessie (Brown) Coburn; husband, Mac C. Hyatt; grandson, Joseph Lynn Hyatt; sisters, Ruth (Coburn) Jones and Juanita (Coburn) Glaspie; brothers, LeRoy and Milton Coburn; daughters-in-law, Linda (Cooper) Hyatt
and Gwen (Morrison) Hyatt.
She was survived by her son, Micheal Hyatt and wife Joy of Hornbeck; son, Gerald Hyatt of Hornbeck; grandsons: Jon Hyatt and wife Kristi of Hornbeck, Robert Hyatt and wife Angelia of Anacoco; granddaughters:
Belinda Beverly and husband Kevin of Hornbeck, Brenda Hanks and husband Glenn of Sulphur; great-grandsons: Tyler, Jeremy, Joshua, and Cory; great-granddaughters: Bethany, Caitlin, and Maranda; great- great-granddaughters: Kallie and McKanzie.
Honoring her as pallbearers: Jon Hyatt, Robert Hyatt, Van Martin, Kirt Coburn, Glenn Hanks, and Chuck Reifsnider.
The family would like to give a special thanks to Dr. Corley and his staff, and the caring staff of Sabine Retirement
and Rehabilitation. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Prewitt’s Chapel Cemetery Association at P. O. Box 185 Hornbeck, LA 71439.