Kathleen Hatch Ungricht

1940 ~ 2022

Funeral Services

East Mill Creek Wardhouse at 3750 South Hillside Lane, Holladay, Utah
May 13, 2022 11:00 AM

Friday Morning Viewing

East Mill Creek Wardhouse at 3750 South Hillside Lane, Holladay, Utah
May 13, 2022 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Thursday Evening Viewing

East Mill Creek Wardhouse at 3750 South Hillside Lane, Holladay, Utah
May 12, 2022 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Kathleen Hatch Ungricht, passed away May 7th, 2022 in Midvale, Utah.

Kathleen was born March 8, 1940 in Murray, Utah to William Bradford and Roberta Cutler Hatch. She grew up in Salt Lake, Circleville, Payson and Springville, Utah. She graduated from Springville High School and then worked as a telephone switchboard operator in Delta, Utah. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor’s degree in Clothing and Textiles. While at Brigham Young University she met William Jerry Ungricht. Kathy and Jerry were married at the Salt Lake Temple on December 17, 1965. Jerry and Kathy both worked for the FBI. Kathy worked at the FBI forensic testing lab. They lived in Maryland, Kentucky and Chicago before returning to Utah for Jerry to attend law school at the University of Utah. Kathy lived for many years in Holladay, Utah.

She was an amazing homemaker and opened her home for many memorable family events. Her home was immaculate and welcoming. After Jerry’s death she worked at Primary Children’s Hospital in the Imagery department. She had wonderful taste in clothing and decor, impeccable sewing skills and her needlework was exquisite. She enjoyed collecting jewelry and art from art festivals and local galleries. Kathy was a dedicated member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and had a wonderful sense of humor. She was a devoted and loved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend.

She is survived by her siblings, Mary Ann (Garth) Roholt, Brad (Mary Ann) Hatch, Bruce (Louise) Hatch, Janet (John) Matthews.
She is survived by her children, Robert (Misty) Ungricht, Nathan “Bubba” (Kellie) Ungricht and Nancy Ungricht. 11 grandchildren; Breanne, Cameron, Chandler, Bryson, Boston, Stella, Fisher, Amelia, Joshua, Samantha, and Jessica.

She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, W. Jerry Ungricht, and son, Jason Hatch Ungricht.

Viewing Thursday, May 12th from 6:30-8:30 pm and Friday, May 13th from 10:00 - 10:45 am prior to the funeral services at 11:00 am on Friday, May 13th at East Mill Creek Wardhouse at 3750 South Hillside Lane, Holladay, Utah. Internment at Larkin Sunset Gardens at 1950 East 10600 South, Sandy, Utah.


Kathy has now completed her mission on this earth. She loved her family and friends, worked hard to keep her family together and serve her neighborhood, and was KIND to those she met. We are glad that her earthly struggles are over now.

- Susan Soss

Dear Bubba, Kellie, & family,
We hope you will find comfort in sweet memories of your mother and grandmother. I’m sure the blessings you have because of her good life are immeasurable. We love you.
Uncle Neal & Aunt Chris

- Chris

Kathy was such a sweet and kind lady. I used to babysit when I was younger for her. She was always so nice to me and the kids were so cute.

- Marcie Motley

To a wonderful big sister, you will be missed. You gave me happy memories from child hood. I tried to fallow in your footsteps through life. Your sense of style and hummer is greatly missed.

- Janet Matthews

She was the best aunt anyone could wish for. I have so many good memories of Kathy. She was one of the kindest people I have ever known. My deepest sympathy and love to her wonderful family.

- John Crofts

I enjoyed reading about my cousin, Kathleen. She was 7 years older than me and I only knew her when I was a child. Her obituary tells a wonderful story of her good life. I wish we could attend the funeral, and we send our condolences to her surviving family members, her siblings, and to all of our Hatch relatives.

- Gary Hatch

Kathy was an amazing woman. She devoted her life to her family and to the church. She was always willing to help anyone who needed her. She was a wonderful friend and neighbor.

- Ann Granato

I will always remember Mrs Ungricht as a very nice and soft spoken person. The moment I met her, I knew she was someone who was worthy of nothing less than respect. Rob and I met in the MTC in 1993. After the mission, Rob, his mother, and I surprisingly ran into each other at a Walmart in the Salt Lake Valley. I will forever be greatful to Mrs Ungricht for raising my best friend and brother Rob. I enjoyed the times I was able to visit with Mrs Ungricht while also visiting with Rob. You will be missed Mrs Ungricht. God bless you and Jerry and the whole Ungricht family throughout eternity.

- Joseph Selph and Family

I am sorry to hear of Kathy's passing. She was always so warm and kind to me. She sometimes hired me to babysit her children and I loved being in her home. I have fond memories of her at Hatch Patch and at family gatherings. I am sorry I will not be in town to attend her services.

- Bonita Cutler Hughes

Bubba and Kelly, so sorry to hear of your sad news. Sending our sincerest sympathy and condolences to you and your family.

- Venice Jensen

Dear Robert, Nathan, and Nancy, your mother was a dear friend and an amazing woman. She taught me to bottle grape juice and peaches. She helped me with sewing projects. We cried and laughed together. I’m so grateful for the gospel and the knowledge that she has been reunited with your father And Jason. With love Wendy and Toney Bentley

- Wendy Bentley