Alfie Hyatt Death – Alfie Hyatt, a Staff of A.Hyatt Contractors, has died untimely at the a young age of 24. Alfie reportedly passed away on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 due to an accident as announced by Steven Smart on in a Facebook post while he shared her tributes and sincere condolences on his passing. A.Hyatt Contractors are a Sussex based, groundwork, demolition, aggregate supplier and grab/plant hire company in England, United Kingdom.
Alfie Hyatt was described as a good boss who would do anything to help you. He was someone who grew his firm from nothing and has a heart of gold with great men that work for him to make it happen. He was described as not only a boss but a good friend. He was the owner and founder of A.Hyatt Contractors. The family as well as staff, friends and colleagues of A.Hyatt Contractors are devastated by this sudden loss of a son, boss, friend and colleague.
Details about the type of accident is unknown at this time as no statement about it has been made. Information about the type of accident will be updated in this publication once any announcement has been made in that regards. Alfie Hyatt obituary and funeral service will be made the family in due time.
Steven Smart – “Don’t know how to say this….Yesterday evening I lost a good Boss who would do anything to help you! 24 years old is too soon to lose your life….
He was not only a boss but what I’d call a best friend too!!
He grew his firm from nothing and has a heart of gold with great men that work for him to make it happen!
RIP Alfie Hyatt ❤️
A.Hyatt Contractors ❤️
Business will resume in your memory x”
llie Bath – “RIP Alfie Hyatt, so sad for Jimmy and Lorraine and Tina and there babies, what a wicked cruel world, heartbreaking. I hope he has the best bed in heaven god bless you Alfie Tracy Stevens”
Amy Rule – “Devastating, thinking of everyone that knows the Hyatt family, dear tina and the kids! RIP Alfie!”
Timothy Bloxham – “Rip Alfie Hyatt 💙 me dear old brother Inlaw taken far to early please look over my little sister and your little family till I see you again”
Photo Credit; Timothy Bloxham