Hattie Hare went to be with the Lord May 23, 2021 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born December 3, 1938 in Lake Village, Arkansas to Will and Alice Nolan. Hattie loved the Lord, she was strong in her faith and enjoyed reading her bible. Hattie worked as a CNA for many years in McGehee, Arkansas before retiring. Hattie was a member of Progressive Missionary Baptist Church and would sometimes attend Midweek Manor at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. On her off time, Hattie liked to garden, do crossword puzzles, watch western movies, and talk to her sibling's and classmates through the phone. Hattie is preceded in death by her husband Melvin Hare, parents, Will and Alice Nolan; siblings, Eddie Nolan, Will Nolan Jr., Ada Fitzhugh, Delorash Nolan, Alice Nolan, Alberta Robinson, Mae Bryant and Carolyn Lazenby. Left to cherish her memory are her daughter, Alexis Hare of Maumelle, Arkansas; step-children, Anita Hammons, Regina Hunt, Jewell Edwards of Maumelle, Arkansas and Sheila Waller of McGee, Arkansas, Thomas Hare of St. Bonaventure, New York; brother, James Nolan and wife, Lois of San Antonio, Texas; sisters, Azzie Lee Jones of Portland, Oregon and Carrie Hardeman of Austin, Texas; special nieces, Kimberly Wolford and husband Gary and Amanda Nolan of San Antonio, Texas of San Antonio, Texas; great niece, Kyzhane Wolford; a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

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  1. I will miss our long talks and you updating me on the politics on my drive home. You always treated me with kindness. Hattie you will be truly missed. You are at peace now. God decided to call you home. Lovingly, Anita Lynne Hammons

  2. Psalm 147:3. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. I am happy you are at peace. I will miss you but I’m happy you absent from pain.

  3. Aunt Hattie, I am honored to have been embraced by your love. I am at peace with this moment because in our frequent conversations, you expressed your acceptance of what would one day be❤️. Thank you for everything. I will miss our morning talks, but for now I’ll continue to play your voicemails when I need to hear your voice. I love the love you have shown me and my daughter. I am confident that The heavens are rejoicing as they receive you. I was able to give you your praise and glory while you were here and you always let it be known how much you appreciated me and how much I meant to you….For that, I am forever grateful. No more pain No more lonely days No more sickness Congratulations, you made it over WOMAN!!!

  4. My sincere condolences to the family. I will keep you in prayer may God bless you and may God keep you. God has received another Saint. We give God the praise today.

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