Richard Jennings Hyatt
lived at Morganton, Burke Co., North Carolina
. He was (an unknown value). He OBITUARY: Richard (Dick) Hyatt of 249 East View Avenue, died at 4:25o'clock yesterday morning in Offutt Airforce Base Hospital in Omaha,Nebraska after a 2-week serious illness. A P.F.C. in the U.S. Air Force,the Morganton native died of a lung condition, it was reported. Young Hyatt was 22 years old at the time of his death. He was born inMorganton Auguat 29, 1929 to mrs. S.S. Depew and the late Jennings Hyattwho died several years ago. A graduate of Senior High School in 1949, he was a member of the FirstMethodist Church and for a year after graduation had worked at SpakePharmacy. He was the grandson of the late W.K. Houk, who died June 12,1950. He entered the service in 1950 and received his basic Air Forcetraining at lackland A.F. Base in Texas. He was transferred from there toOffutt Field where he was a motor pool dispatcher until he became sick.in addition to his mother, he is survived by his stepfather, S.S. Depewof the home, one half brother Sammie Depew Jr. of the home, and hispaternal grandfather W.F. Hyatt of Lenoir. He was born on 29 August 1929 at Morgantown, Burke Co., North Carolina
. He was the son of Eddie Lois Houck
. Richard Jennings Hyatt was Type: Event 1 in 1949 at Morganton High School
. He died on 11 November 1951 at Omaha, Nebraska
, at age 22.