Cade Owen Hatcher

Cade Owen Hatcher, 23 months, of Excelsior Springs, Mo., passed away May 2, 2018 at his home.

Cade was born May 5, 2016 to Austin and Christina (Archey) Hatcher in Kansas City, Mo.

He is preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Donice Archey and uncle, Christopher Archey.

He is survived by his parents of the home; brother, Braden Hatcher; maternal grandparents, Henry and Trudy Archey, paternal grandparents, Raymond Wayne and Judith Hatcher; uncle, Jason (Kim) Archey; aunt, Carey (Stephen) Crowley; and aunt, Carissa Hatcher.

Visitation will be from  1 to 2 p.m., Saturday, May 5, 2018 at North New Garden Church, Excelsior Springs, Mo., with service following. Burial at North New Garden Cemetery, Excelsior Springs, Mo. The family suggests memorial contributions to Boston Children’s Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave., Brookline, MA. 02446, memo, Yawkey Family Inn.

Our Sincere Condolences

So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and are for you and your family.
Mary F Cox

I am so sorry to hear the news about Cade. Judy, comforting thoughts and prayers go out to you and all the family at this time.
Cindy Dean

What a precious one.   Judy, I am so sorry.  Sending love and thoughts your way, and to your whole family.
Laytena (Summers) Nickols

Dear Austin, Christina, Braden & family, all of you and especially Cade have been in our prayers for a long time, and I can only imagine the sadness and loss in your hearts at this time. There are no adequate words to express sympathy for such a deep and profound sorrow, but we pray that the LORD will comfort your hearts as only He can at a time like this. We will continue to lift you up before Him during this terrible time of grief, and pray that you remember the hope we have through the blood of Jesus, and that Our Father in Heaven has also borne the loss of a beloved Son and thus understands the bitter heartache you cannot even utter. May His love see you through.
All our love in Christ,
The Neldrett Family (Detroit Church)

May God grant you peace in knowing his suffering has ended. May God guide you and lift you up in the days, weeks, months and years ahead. There are no words to express the depth of our sorrow for your loss.
Love in Christ, the Parker family.