Harry B. Haight Sr., age 94 of Lowell, passed away Friday, July 3, 2020. He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Donna; son, Todd B. Haight; and parents, Oren and Flossie (Allen) Haight. Harry is survived by his children, Gloria (Rex) Greenawalt, Kathy (Arlin) Patterson, Delores Thwaites, Harry (Mary) B. Haight, Jr., Bonnie Esparza, Connie (Jon) Sawmiller, Joy (Larry) Peterle, Terry (Tara) Steffens; 28 grandchildren; 64 great-grandchildren; 15 great-great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and a special friend, his dog, Patsy. Harry proudly served in the U.S. Navy in WWII, later working for U.S. Plywood as a truck driver. He loved working with his hands: on vehicles, in the yard, hunting, and word searches. He also really loved guns and collected many over the years. “Dad” always wanted to be with his children, having get togethers, picnics, and always making sacrifices so he had more time with his family. He had a caring type of love, always providing for his children and his wife, more than you could ever imagine. A private family celebration will be held at a later date.
To all my cousins and their families….your dad was an awesome father, husband, grandpa and a special Uncle to me. He and Aunt Donna always called me Pattie Lynn and that in its self was so endearing to me. I am so sorry for your loss but someday you will all see him and Aunt Donna in our heavenly home. Prayers for you all❤️❤️
Thinking of your whole family today Grandpa Harry. You were loved by many XO
I love you grandpa!
Rest In Peace Mr. Haight. Thoughts and prayers to the entire Haight family.
My grandpa was the best he was always their for is children he was also their for my dad he is with my dad and grandma in heaven i love how i got too talk too him about his life and about the war he was in love his storys im glad he got too meet my wife and now the last thing he said too me to always love your family first and too always be their my grandpa got me into old western i love you grandpa you are always in my heart
So sorry to hear about your dad. What a large family, he had the opportunity to be with for so long. Harry and Mary, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
I love you Grandpa. I’m going to miss your funny text messages. You always make me laugh.