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Hayley Chapman, 38, of Midland, passed away on Sunday, April 10, 2022. The family will receive friends on Thursday, April 14, 2022 from 6:00PM-8:00PM at The Branch at npw. Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, April 15, 2022 at 1:00PM at True-Lite Christian Fellowship with burial to follow at Resthaven Cemetery in Midland.
Hayley Ann Chapman was born in Midland, Texas on January 30, 1984 to her beloved parents, David and Pam Corbett. She welcomed her lifelong best friend and baby sister, McKensy, in 1988. Hayley spent her childhood in the outdoors riding horses, showing and raising animals through the 4H, playing softball and spending summers with her family and cousins Kasey McCain Ivanhoe, Thomas McElroy and Cody McCain at her Nana’s house. Hayley graduated from Lee High school and continued her education at Midland College and the University of the Permian Basin. In 2007, Hayley married her high school sweetheart, Josh Chapman. Together, they welcomed three beautiful children, Cooper, Whitley and Sawyer. Hayley and Josh decided to move to Elbow, TX in 2019 to live a more simple and authentic life that would allow them to fulfill both of their lifelong dreams, running a livestock company. In just a few short years, they had accomplished those dreams when 5C Livestock Company came to life with Josh by her side. 5C kept Hayley busy with raising commercial and show boar goats, show sheep and raising cattle. Hayley was very excited about their latest venture being performance horses. Hayley loved being with her children and taking them to stock shows all over Texas and play dates/rodeos. Along with serving her family, Hayley served on numerous nonprofit boards and chaired events within the organizations she served. Hayley was a member of the Junior League of Midland, PTA, The Boys and Girls Club, American Cancer Society and the Howard County Youth Horseman Club. Hayley’s compassion and love for people was tireless; she loved fiercely. She was the greatest wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece and dear friend to many and anyone that had the pleasure of meeting her. Whether at the barn or on road to livestock events on a Sunday ,that never stopped Hayley’s faith. She was a strong believer in Christ, often found pouring into the word of God. In addition to her love for God, family, animals and serving others, Hayley was a true friend. She always said that her barn was open to any kid that needed a start and looked forward to co-hosting a children’s learning horse camp this coming summer. Hayley has left a beautiful legacy, and has inspired so many to live a Godly and full life.
Hayley is survived by her husband, Josh, children Cooper, Whitley and Sawyer; parents David and Pam Corbett of Midland, Dean and Terrie Gaines of Midland, Wayne and Suzanne Chapman of Lamesa; beloved sister and best friend McKensy Hoisager and husband Josh, children Carter and Quinn of Midland; sisters-in-law, Misty and Seneca Knight and family and kids of Midland, Mandy and Trent Lee and their four girls, Ciara and Amos Sauceda and their two girls, and brother-in-law Jordan and Abby Chapman; grandparents Tom McCain, Mary Beth Corbett, Melba and Jim Rush; aunts and uncles, David McCain, Pansy and TC McElroy, Tommy and Sharon McCain, Diane and Paul Wright, Brad Smith, Rodney Chapman, Teresa Boone and husband, Kathy Sudduth and numerous cousins.
Hayley is preceded in death by her grandparents, Lovetta McCain, Johnny and Glenda Chapman, and uncle Jeff Sudduth.
Pallbearers will be Thomas McElroy, Jared Ivanhoe, Josh Hoisager, Jorge Salgado, Pete Bryant, Jake Sudduth, Jordan Chapman, and Brandon Boone.
Honorary Pallbearers will be David McCain, Tommy McCain, TC McElroy, Kyle Wright, Hayden Chapman, Jaron Boone, Drew Davis, and Jared Hampton.
The family suggests memorial donations may be made to the Howard County 4H Club, Boys and Girls Club of Midland and Odessa, TX.
Arrangements are under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. Online condolences may be made at www.npwelch.com