In loving memory of

Jason J. Hatch
September 29, 1970 - November 21, 2021

Jason J. Hatch, 51 of Phoenix, AZ passed away on November 21, 2021.

Jason was born to Lynn & Joyce Hatch on September 29, 1970. He attended North High School and then married Rana Iverson- Hatch. They were married for 25 years and had two sons, Lane and Levi. Jason enjoyed the outdoors, camping, skiing and spending time with family. He worked for Low Mountain Construction for the majority of his career. Jason was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and served in various capacities. He loved to serve and some of his greatest joys in life came from helping others.

Jason is survived by his parents, Lynn and Joyce Hatch, former wife Rana Hatch, his children, Lane Hatch (Tiahna), Levi Hatch, and grand-daughter Tenzlie Hatch, his brothers Wayne Hatch (Emma), Bret Hatch (Kim), and sisters Marcy Jordan (Randy), and Jenny Cooper (Jason).

A viewing will be held on Saturday, November 27, 2021 from 10:00 - 12:00 pm in Phoenix, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints located at 1801 East Missouri Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85016. A graveside memorial service will be held on Monday, November 29, 2021, at 12:00 pm, in Chesterfield, ID, at the Chesterfield Cemetery.


Rana Hatch wrote on Nov 24, 2021:

"I read the comments here and there seems to be a common thread. One, he gave the best hugs, and two, he loved to serve. Both are completely spot on. I spent most of my adult life with him and love him immensely to this day. We may not have been married for the last several years, but we always remained friends. Many times he would come over to fix something around my house that had broken. Who does that for their ex? Jason Hatch! He had his struggles like we all do, in different ways, but he has a good soul. He will be missed by so many. I love you Jason."

Marcy Jordan wrote on Nov 24, 2021:

"Jason gave the best hugs. As a young girl, I felt safe with my big brother around and I knew he would always protect and stand up for me. He was the best man at our wedding. He accepted others for who they were. He was ALWAYS willing to help. Jason called me "sis". We were good friends and I have so many memories of loving life together. I miss him. I am sad and heartbroken he is gone. I am so grateful for a loving Savior Jesus Christ, the Atonement and my knowledge of eternity."

Evelyn Earl Jeffries wrote on Nov 23, 2021:

"I was heartbroken to hear of Jason's passing. Although I have not seen him often as an adult, as a teen he was very present in my life, along with Bret, Joe, Zane, Sonia, Holly, and others. Like all the Hatch boys, Jason always filled every room he entered. He was always good for a big hug, and had a wicked sense of humor. He spent many evenings on our family room couch jawing with Reed, and was sometimes still there, sound asleep, the following morning. Like his father and brothers, he was quick to serve, and knew how to fix anything with his hands. On one occasion he and Bret carried a washing machine from their truck to my laundry room. When I offered them a dolly, they chorused, "Dolly! We don't need no stinkin' dolly!" They installed the washer, hugged me, and rode away. Hatch Heroes. Jason was much loved, and will be much missed. "

Leslie Barager Vernon wrote on Nov 23, 2021:

"Dear Hatch Family, I'm so sorry and sad to learn of Jason's passing. I've known him and the family most of my life. I remember many good and happy times with Jason and enjoyed talking with him whenever I saw him. I good looking man that will be greatly missed. Love you Jason."