Timothy Alan Hatfield, 53, of Des Moines, Iowa passed away on January 1, 2020 at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines. Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 at Des Moines First Assembly of God, 2725 Merle Hay Road #1134, Des Moines at 6 p.m. A private family burial will take place at a later date.
Timothy was born in Des Moines, Iowa on June 7, 1966 to David and Jacque (Van Note) Hatfield. He had a big heart and enjoyed helping the less fortunate and volunteering at church.
He is survived by his children Jennifer (Tony) Bellegante, and Dylan Brown; mother Jacque Hatfield-Baxter; brothers Chad Hatfield and Eric Hatfield; many aunts; many uncles; and a lot of cousins.
Timothy was preceded in death by his father.
Memorial card may be mailed to Jacque Baxter, 3007 SE Victory Dr., Grimes, Iowa.
Celebrate Life Iowa has been entrusted with Timothy's cremation care.
Tim and I worked many long days together while discussing things like ; faith in god, relationships, how to figure out a medical issue when not insured. Even when he was in a bad mood you couldn't really tell because he was always up-beat. The thing that struck me the hardest was how he would have nothing for himself, but he would find time and effort to help others with food and prayer. Truly a man of God. A sinner like the rest of us but the world would be a better place if we all acted like he did when running around on his mission. I will miss him greatly. Ken West
Tim, you'll always hold a special place in my heart. You helped a stranger when no one else would. Thanks for always making my day brighter. I miss you so much. God Bless You. Love Ya, Colette
You were a generous kind Soul Tim !! May you be at Peace now !! You are a True Friend !! You are gone to Soon but Your Heart WILL LIVE FOREVER !! I WILL MISS YOU FOREVER !! RIP TIM !!
RIP Tim !!
One of my fondest memories take me back to the 80’s watching him sing and dance. Nobody did Bobby McFarrin better than Tim. May he forever “don’t worry, be happy”
I knew Tim from church. He had a huge heart to reach people for Jesus Christ, to help others. I always appreciated his boldness to share Jesus with others.
Tim had a tender heart of gold. Condolences to all. - Connie
Tim - you've come a long way from the little boy I knew who held up a "Kidnapped" sign in the back of your mom's car as she drove thru Des Moines on her busy way to some place. Those were the days. God bless you, Tim. Rest in peace. Aunt Teresa
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