William Joseph Hattrell Obituary, Death – On December 13, 1934, Peter was born in Hackney, and on January 9, 2023, he passed away in the same city. He received his education at East Ham Grammar School and spent the majority of his cricket career playing for North Middlesex CC. Peter was also an umpire for a considerable amount of time and a huge supporter of the club. We are saddened to hear of Peter’s passing and will remember him with fondness throughout our lives. Our condolences go out to his family.
he is survived by his wife, Edith Kittrell, his children Howard Kittrell Jr. (married to Tracy) and Glenn Kittrell Sr. (married to Kim), his grandchildren Amy Brown, Brooke Herrington, Glenn Alan Kittrell Jr., and Lauren Goar, and four great-grandchildren. Before he passed away, his first wife of 54 years, Dorothy Faye Logue Kittrell, as well as his parents, his infant son Steven Hugh Kittrell, and his granddaughter Lee Wilmut all passed away. Peter had a deep love for his wife, his children, his grandchildren, and his friends.
During his 27 years with R.G. Letourneau in Vicksburg, he was an accomplished Draftsman there. After he retired, he began his own firm, which was called W.H. Kittrell Construction and Son, and it was successful up until 2008, when he decided to hang up his tools for good. In addition to that, he was a member of the National Guard for a total of nine years. He served as the commentator at St. Paul’s Catholic Church for a considerable amount of time prior to joining the Vicksburg Church of Christ.
Peter’s lifelong passion for music was unaffected by time or experience. He was skilled on a number of instruments, and he cherished the opportunities he had to perform with the Wright Road Band and the Levi’s crew. On June 23, 2022, services will be performed at Glenwood Funeral Home for the deceased. People will be able to pay their respects starting at nine in the morning and continuing until the service begins at eleven in the morning.
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