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Warren W. Haught

1944 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Warren W. Haught Obituary
July 1944 - May 2017 MSG Haught, resident of Lomita, passed away in Torrance on May 19th. Born in 1944, Bill served in Korea and Vietnam. He was acknowledged for participation as a member of the Honor Cordon for President Dwight D. Eisenhower's interment services while stationed in Abilene, Kansas, 1969: 24th Infantry Division, Fort Riley. He continued his 20+ years of service through the Army National Guard of California and honorably discharged as MSG from the 40th AG Company, Los Alamitos. Bill graduated cum laude from CSULB He pursued his passion for sports employed in Parks & Recreation by the County of LA. Bill found his true Parks & Rec home in the City of Lomita and retired there as Recreation Supervisor. An avid golfer, Bill utilized his retirement to pursue his personal goal of playing every single military golf course throughout the United States. He managed to reach all active courses but two. Remembered doing kind works for his family, church, community and country. Survived by his daughters, Lisa Haught Garner with husband Martin Garner of Culver City and Laura Lebron with husband Ronald Lebron of Los Angeles; grandchildren, Margaret, Katherine and Jasper; sisters, Nancy Handlin of DE and Judith with husband, David Shockley of DE; nieces and nephews: Sharon, Susan, Deborah, Jennifer, Brian, Diana, Louie, Maria, Charles & Mario; great-nieces & nephews; cousins of Virginia; his faithful caregiver Leo Licuanan; and the love of his life, Mary. Predeceased by his sister Patricia Meritt, the late wife of Arthur Meritt of DE. Interment scheduled at Miramar National Cemetery, San Diego, Tuesday, June 6th, 13:00. In lieu of flowers, please kindly donate in the memory of Warren W. (Bill) Haught to: St. Margaret Mary Church Holy Name Society (25515 Eshelman Ave., Lomita, CA 90717); City of Lomita Parks & Recreation Dept. (24424 Eshelman Avenue, Lomita, CA 90717); Salesianum High School, Athletic Dept. (1801 N. Broom St. Wilmington, Delaware 19802); or your local National Guard.
Published in the Los Angeles Times on June 6, 2017
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