Also preceding her in death was her husband, Art Otis Toler; step-mother that raised her, Betsy Daniels Ellis; two daughters, Margie Ann and Lois Jean Toler; four brothers, Cebert, Cecil, Don and Pete; three step-siblings, Edna, Garland and Eldridge, and a granddaughter, Erica Shea Grimmett.
Mrs. Hatfield was a long time member of the Greenville Freewill Baptist Church and a loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, crocheting, puzzles of all kind and going to church when she was able.
Those left to cherish her memory include four children, Rev. Baxter (Drema) Toler and Barbara (Kenneth) Simpson, both of Greenville, Toni (Donald) Carter of South Man and Sonya (Terry) Grimmett, also of Greenville, with whom she made her home; 13 grandchildren, Kenneth II (Angie) Simpson, Donald Carter II, Missy (Eric) Mullins, Alex (Kim) Toler, Cindy (Darren) Davis, Jody (Becky) Simpson, Jason (Jennifer) Carter, Amy (Tommy) McCoy, Casey (Joey) Ellis, George (Carrie) Toler, Stacy (Cletis) Conn and Tyler and Sarah Grimmett, and 18 great grandchildren, Emilee Toler, Autumn and Brooklyn Davis, Christian and Colton Toler, Jordan and Cameron Simpson, Sierra, Dakota and Austin Simpson, Lexy Carter, Nick Carter, Neil, Erik and Erika Mullins, Josh Carter, Chandler Duncan and Chloe Conn.
Due to her request, her remains have been cremated and a private graveside service will be held at a later date.
Evans Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Chapmanville is serving the Toler and Hatfield family in fulfilling Louella’s wishes.