Belgrade-Geneva F. Hatt followed her precious husband into their heavenly home on February 27, 2017, at the age of 86; just 30 hours after Clive took his flight.\r\n \r\nGeneva was born October 4, 1930, in Mt. Chase, Maine, the second oldest daughter of Fred and Ida Noyes Finson. \r\n\r\nShe was born again at age 19 and then rededicated her life to Christ, the day Clive was born again.\r\nAfter the conversion of the complete family, they were all baptized in the pond in North Belgrade. Glorious Day.\r\n \r\nGeneva was very involved in her husband’s activities and hobbies, except the flying venture. She was a wonderful homemaker, she could easily have won the Good House Keeping Seal of approval. Geneva was Clive’s Queen and he was her King. They were “joined at the hip” as some would say. They shared a great love for music. Geneva taught Bible school and Sunday school wherever there was a need. She was the business bookkeeper and traveled with Clive in his truck for the new business they started.\r\n \r\nIn 1967 it was decided that the little Belgrade Church needed an organ. Geneva started a one-woman campaign to collect trading stamps to purchase one. She enlisted the help of Al Corey and people from around the state mailed books of stamps to them. The following Easter, the church had the new organ to play and sang “He Lives, He Lives” and surely, He does live, because He lives within our hearts.\r\n \r\nProverbs 31:10 Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies.\r\n \r\nProverbs 31:28 Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.\r\n \r\nGeneva was predeceased by her husband Clive Hatt, by only 30 hours; parents Fred and Ida Finson; and a special daughter-in-law, Artlette D. Hatt.\r\n \r\nShe is survived by daughter Brenda Wadleigh and son-in-law David; son David Hatt, all of Belgrade; grandchildren, Deborah H. Cain, Beth Crosby, and Timothy Hatt; great-grandchildren, Gabe Crosby, Timmy and Paige Hatt, Joshua Cain, Tyler Cain, Jessica Cain and Nicholas Cain; and a great-great granddaughter is due in April. Many others not mentioned, but very much loved.\r\n \r\nAll services will be private.\r\n\r\n In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lakeside Advent Christian Camp Ground, Boy’s Dormitory Fund, P.O. Box 473., Waterville, ME 04903 \r\n \r\n Many thanks to Beacon Hospice and Glenridge Nursing Facility for the superior care, loving hearts and affection given to Geneva and our families at this difficult time.