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Roger Lee Hadfield

Roger Lee Hadfield

Roger Lee Hadfield age 81, of Quincy, formerly of Monroe City, MO died on Thursday, December 1, 2022, in Blessing Hospital. Roger was born in Ewing, MO on October 21, 1941, a son of Earl and Wilma (Merrell) Hadfield. He married Donna M. Hessing on January 8, 1966, in St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church in Quincy, and she survives.

Roger was a 1959 graduate of Ewing High School, and he attended the former Northeast Missouri State University in Kirksville, MO. He served in the U.S. Army after college. Upon his return, he began his successful 32-year career with Moorman Manufacturing Co. Roger started with Moorman's in sales, was dedicated to his job, and became a sales leader. He retired as a District Sales Manager who also was 3rd in the Nation in sales. After his retirement from Moorman's, he went to work for several years delivering vehicles for Knapheide Manufacturing.

He was a member of St. Francis Solanus Catholic Church in Quincy. As a longtime member of Holy Rosary Church in Monroe City, Roger served as a Eucharistic Minister and usher, he had served on the Finance Committee and Board Member of Sheltered Workshop. He was a member of the Lions Club and Knights of Columbus. Roger was also active in community affairs in Monroe City for many years. He especially enjoyed the time spent with his children and grandchildren.

In addition to his wife Donna, survivors include his children, Cristina Lea (Jeffrey A.) Smith of Monroe City, MO and Tim (Amy) Hadfield of Camdenton, MO.
Four grandchildren: Joshua W. (Heidi) Berry of Monroe City, MO; Mason Hadfield of Springfield, MO; Mariah Hadfield of Chicago and Miranda Hadfield of Camdenton, MO.
A great-granddaughter, Holly Christine Berry; his siblings Richard (Connie) Hadfield of Springfield, IL; Ruth (Barr) McReynolds of Quincy; Ramon (Shirley) Hadfield of Columbia, MO and several nieces and nephews also survive.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

A Memorial Service will be at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, December 9, 2022, at Duker & Haugh Funeral Home. Inurnment will be in Durham, MO Cemetery. Visitation is Friday morning from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to St. Jude Children's Hospital. Messages may be shared with the family online at www.dukerandhaugh.com

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From:
Karol Dinwiddie
Centralia, MO
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I was so sorry to hear of Roger’s passing. I’ve enjoyed staying close through conversations on Facebook. You all have my deepest sympathy.
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Brian Caldwell
Palmyra, MO
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I remember Roger coming to our farm when I was very young. I always enjoyed talking with him.
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Judith Lynn Northrup
Quincy, IL
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Roger was one of my favorite people, knew him from high school days, years at Moormans, and now a neighbor. You will be missed. Rest in peace. Judy Northrup
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Rick Nesbit
Monroe City, MO
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I am very sorry to hear of Roger's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
God Bless!
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Stacie Hagan
Brookhaven, GA
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Jimmy and I were saddened to hear of Roger's death. He was an icon in our hometown and a man we both remember very fondly from childhood. He will be missed.
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John A. Hays
Monroe City, MO
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Roger was a good friend. We became Eucharistic Ministers at the same mass. He was a good customer, and a gentleman!
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Alan Embree
Hannibal, MO
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Tina, sorry to read of your dad's passing. Prayers for comfort for your family.
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LarryTharp
New London, MO
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Im sorry to se that Roger passed.I spent a lot of time with Roger on te racket ball and in the weight room at the Hannibal YMCA. He was a joy to be around.
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Margaret Hayes
Lake Suzy, FL
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I was so saddened to hear about Roger’s passing. He was a very special cousin of mine. His smile will be truly missed. My condolences to the entire Hadfield family.
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Jill Nahigian
Newport Beach, CA
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Roger was one of the best, and we are so fortunate to have had him in our lives at such a young age. He will forever be remembered in the highest regard and missed so very much.
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Nancy Guyton
Paynesville, MO
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To the family: I met Roger when I worked for an accounting firm in Hannibal. I always looked forward to Roger's yearly visits to the office. He was genuinely kind, smart, and a joy to speak with. My relatives live in Monroe City, so we had a connection for conversation. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Gale Hill
Quincy, IL
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Roger’s smile and warm personality could light up any room! Rest In Peace, friend. Gale Hill
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Maurice Eagan
Shelbina, MO
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Sorry to hear of Roger's death. We spent a lot time discussing business over a cup of coffee when working at Moorman's. He was a great person and boss.
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De Ann Kaiser Bright
Fayetteville, AR
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My first memories of Roger are from family reunions in South Park when he would play with the younger cousins. We thought he was great! My condolences to the entire Hadfield family.