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October 30, 2023
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Annie “Nan” Hatton, 96 of West Park, NY was called to her heavenly home on Monday, October 30th at the Golden Hill Nursing Home in Kingston. Born on August 11, 1927 in Brooklyn, NY, she was the eldest daughter of the late Arthur and Ada Hatton. A graduate of the Fort Hamilton High School class of 1945, she lived for many years in Brooklyn. She worked her entire career for Mobil Oil in NYC, first as an executive secretary and later in the buying department. She moved to the Highland/West Park area in 1976 to be closer to her extended family.
She loved her Cairn Terrier dogs and was a member of the Housatonic Cairn Terrier Club. She participated in the show dog circuit for many years and was a successful dog breeder culminating in her Champion dog, “Flip”. Nan was a very talented seamstress and made beautiful quilts for each of her family members. She joined with other ladies for many years sewing and quilting and enjoying their friendship, and sharing her creativity and bright smile.
Survivors include her brother-in-law Edwin Madsen of Saugerties and her nephews Lloyd, Eric and Paul Madsen whom she loved like they were her own children. She also has great nieces & nephews, Amanda and Ashley Madsen of Utah and Maureen Rentz, as well as Andrew and Sawyer Madsen and Kayla Morfin of Geogia. She would have loved to see more of them and the Great Great nieces and nephews as well. She was predeceased by her sister, Marion Madsen.
Her Funeral Service will be held Monday 7:30 PM at the Seamon-Wilsey Funeral Home Inc., corner of John and Lafayette Sts. Visitation will be prior to the service from 6 - 7:30PM. Condolences may be shared with the family at SeamonWilseyFuneralHome.com