On the evening of September 9, 2014, Floretta Hatton Flake, a long time resident of Montgomery and Dickson Counties in Tennessee, peacefully passed away while surrounded by family in St. George, Utah.
Floretta was born July 16, 1932, in Owingsville, Kentucky, to Dawson and Rebecca Hatton. From an early age she inspired others with her beautiful voice while singing with various groups and choirs. In 1953, she married her sweetheart and partner, Darrell Gardner Flake and together raised nine children.
Darrell preceded her in death after 56 years of marriage. She is survived by a brother, Vernon Hatton, and sisters Wilma Hatton, and Linda Couch. She also leaves behind her nine children: Apryl and Art Troyer, (St. George, Utah), Guy and Jennifer Flake (Portland, Oregon), Jim and Martha Flake, (Clarksville, Tennessee), Dan and Shelly Flake (St. George, Utah), Julie and Murry Gibson, (Wichita, Kansas) Jon and Lesa Flake, (Provo, UT), Hal and Desiree Flake (LaCenter, Washington), Ray and Cathy Flake, (Fairview, Tennessee) and Ben and Emaline Flake, (Nampa, Idaho). She has 67 grandchildren and 32 great grandchildren.
- A viewing will be held on Sunday, Sept. 14, at 4 p.m. at the Davis Cemetery, Vernon Creek Road, Cunningham, Tennessee.
- Following the viewing, a grave-site service will be held at 5 p.m.
- For more information call Jim Flake at 931-387-4014.