Herman Warburton Hadfield was born May 18, 1914 in Etna, Utah a son of John and Pauline Warburton Hadfield.
His brothers and sisters are: Delbert, John (Jack), Reed, Richard, Mary, Emily, Ellen, and Thelma.
He was raised on the family ranch in Grouse Creek, Utah and moved to Brigham City, Utah where he graduated from Box Elder High School.
A veteran of World War II, he served for four and a half years in the Pacific and Europe.
He married Ida Tingy April 8, 1943 in the Salt Lake Temple. They celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1993. His children are: Bruce, Judy and Janet.
He worked for many years as a master mechanic at Central Chevrolet and later at Hansen Chevrolet.
A devoted member of the LDS Church he served many callings including seven years as a member of the Bishopric and then seven years as Bishop of the Brigham City Fourth Ward. He and his wife were called to the Rochester, N.Y. LDS Mission and following their return they served as ordinance workers in the Ogden LDS Temple.
He died peacefully on December 22, 1999 and is buried in the Brigham City Cemetery.