Herb Hathaway

17 Condolences

17 Condolences

  1. Herb was a brother in the Lord and a good friend. I always enjoyed spending time with him. He was an outstanding Gideon and witnessed for Jesus continually. He set an example of what a christian man should be like.

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  2. Herb was such a special man–sooooo loving and kind.He certainly will be missed. All our love to the whole family.

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  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

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  4. Herb was a very special man and we know he will be missed by many. We have known him and his family for many years and always had a love and admiration for this man of God. We know where he is right now and someday will see him again.

    We loved him and his wife and family.

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  5. Our deepest sympathies to you all. We have walked this road and know the heartaches you will face, but we also know the joy you have in knowing that your Dad & Grand Dad Cis with Jesus. We will see him again. All our Love and Prayers.

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  6. Dot,
    Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. May God give you Love and comfort as you go in the coming days.

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  7. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Our love & prayers.

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  8. Will always remeber him as my fourth grade Sunday school teacher. He was a faithful Christ follower! Can’t think of a better way to live, but to live with Christ as I remembered he did, and encouraged me too as well.

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  9. God has blessed all of us that knew and loved Herb. For me Kempsville Baptist
    Church will never be the same without him.

    I will always remember his sweet smile, hugs, cards and
    encouragement when needed. Herb called me a couple months ago, we had a wonderful talk. That was the kind of person he was.
    He had many health problems but he cared about everyone else and wanted you to know he was praying for you and that God loves you.

    He is the Christian I aspire to be like.

    My sincere thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

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  10. Remembering “Mr. Hathaway” brings back fond memories of my teenage years when i first met him, first as my friend Shannon’s father, and then as my sister-in-laws father. I remember him as a kind and “jolly” guy that made you feel welcome and comfortable around him. He will surely be missed here in this life, but I am happy for him as he is well and in heaven waiting for us one day. We send our love and prayers to our family.
    Kathy, Dennis, Nicole, and Jackie berry

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  11. My memories of Herb go back to when Dot and I wer cub scout leaders. That was a few years ago. Our love, thoughts and prayers are with the family at this home coming. Love, Jim and Tenah Trull

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  12. We have all lost a gentle giant who manifest his faith and love of his Lord in everything through his words and actions in life!

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  13. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE
    WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. WE LOVE YOU.

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  14. Dot, We are thinking about you and remembering you and your family in our prayers.
    We extend our deepest sympathy. Herb was wonderful person. We love you.

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  15. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

    Jerry Tarkington
    Plumber Local #110

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  16. Dear Dot and Family, We are sorry to hear of Herb’s passing. May God bless each of you and give you peace and wrap you in His arms of love. Herb was a fine Christian man and showed his christian spirit wherever he went. We will always remember that sweet smile and attitude.
    In His love and ours, Bill and Lillie Dunn

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  17. Our sympathy to the family. I worked with Mr. Hathaway while serving on the Adult and Technical Advisory Council for Norfolk Public Schools. He is a fine gentleman, and a warm and friendly personality. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless his memory. Respectfully,
    C.M.Murff – Vice President/Project Estimator Testing Specialties Inc.

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