|Birth: ||Apr. 23, 1958|
|Death: ||Feb. 21, 2000|
Kenny was the son of Robert A. Haight and Betty Ann Arnold. He fathered two Children - Justin, whose mother was Darla Johnson and Katie Elizabeth, whose mother was Penny.
Spokesman Review, REGION section, page B2; Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2000; Spokane, Washington
MAN FOUND DEAD IN SPOKANE MOTOR HOME -- A man was found dead Monday in an old motor home in north Spokane, and detectives were investigating the case as an "unattended death," police said. The motor home was parked behind a house in the 2400 block of East Hogan and apparently has not been used for some time, police spokesman Dick Cottam said. A neighbor discovered the corpse about 2 p.m. and called police. The body showed no obvious cause of death, and an autopsy will be scheduled. Major crimes detectives cordoned off the area around the motor home and gathered evidence for about three hours, Cottam said. They did not release the victims name, pending notification of the man's family.
He was originally suspected as a possible homicide victim, but after Autopsy it was confirmed that he died of Asthma complications.
Spokesman Review, IN LIFE section, page D5 (Obituaries); Thursday, March 2, 2000; Spokane, Washington --- KENNY HAIGHT, Spokane. No service will be held for Kenny Neal Robert Haight, 41, Heritage Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Haight, a lifetime Spokane resident, died Feb. 21 (2000) Survivors includes a son, Justin Johnson of Spokane; his mother, Bettina Stacey of Seattle; two brothers KC and Pat Haight, both of Spokane; a half-brother Donnie Droll of Florida; and two sisters, Karla Friend of Seattle and Kristi White of Iowa. (Those not mentioned in Obituary was due to the lack of knowledge of them by the informant)
His beloved dog was cremated and is buried next to him.
Robert Arthur Haight (1932 - 1997)
Haight Family Cemetery
Created by: kelly sullivan
Record added: Apr 24, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 128476572
Remembering the time you fell out of the Mullberry tree and I found you yelling your head off because you were hung up on the picket fence upside down, caught by one of the pickets between you and your overhauls.|
Added: Apr. 24, 2014