“My condolences to the family and my friend. I miss you at Udvar Hazy and sadly I just found out about your passing. Thank you for everything sir. We will miss your smile and humor
“I see your wonderful face in a framed picture everday in my living room. You Still make me smile and you Always will.
Love you Dick!
“Good Night Dad. I love you to the stars and back. Thanks! Carol
“Dick had style and grace. When he glided in the room, you felt his warmth and goodness. I had the pleasure of being both Dick's dance partner (you were the only girl in the room when you danced with Dick) and a part of a tour group he guided at the Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport. Dick so clearly loved life and we loved to hear his stories about everything--from WWII airplanes to the shooting range in his basement. We miss him very much and know somewhere good he's dancing up a storm...
“Although we only knew Dick for a short amount of time, the impact he made on our hearts is not diminished and we are thankful for the honor to know him. For the last two years he was a delight and an inspiration to us and we looked forward to seeing him every week at the Sunset Grill. His presence there made a difference as he always had a ready smile, was a fun and good dancer and always made sure all the ladies got a chance to dance. We were quite impressed him and we know we are barely...
“I will FOREVER miss my Favorite Dance Parnter of All Time!!!
I LOVE YOU DICK
Thank you for Sharing your life with me.
“We will miss you forever Pops!
“Dance and soar with the Angels Mr. Haven and we celebrate a life well lived! With much love, Jacki Feild
Richard Anthony "Dick" Haven, 91, of Falls Church, Va., passed away Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, at the home of his daughter in Fairfield.Dick was born Aug. 31, 1921 in Chicago, Ill. He was the son of the late Thomas and the late Helen Gaffney Haven. Dick's wife of 53 years, Barbara Lou...Read More