Former Harrison County court designated worker Billy Hatfield has been inducted into the Department of Family & Juvenile Services Hall of Fame.
Hatfield is among the first inductees in the new Hall of Fame.
He began his work with the Administrative Office of the Courts as a CDW in 1987 for Harrison, Pendleton, Robertson and Nicholas counties.
In 1999 he became a field supervisor for the northeastern region and was named assistant general manager in 2003, where he remained until his retirement on 2007.
“Billy Hatfield has done so many things for so many people within the CDW family that I could never begin to mention them all,” said Eric Gray, operation’s supervisor. “He was a leader by example. He was a mentor to many and a true friend to many more. Billy loved his job and the people he worked with. His dedication to the CDW program over many, many years is truly appreciated by those he has touched.”
Hatfield and his wife, Christine, live on their farm in Harrison County. They have two sons and three grandchildren and one great grandchild.