Kent-Haaven-Obituary

Kent J. Haaven

Phoenix, Arizona

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Jeri, your Dad is still missed by the 2ndRSM troops that served with him in Germany. We will never forget all he did to make our Return Trip to Germany in 2001. We were a group of 18 Old timers from 49-52 that returned to Darmstadt Germany for a 50th Anniversary reunion. We still talk about all the work he did for us. RIP Kent

Doesn't seem possible that we are approaching 4 years since you went to Heaven. Remembering you Dad, today and always. Miss you so much. Love, Jerri

Kent was a good friend. He is off to a better place, but will be missed by those left behind. Our condolances to his family.

Brad & Carole Moerlins

Good night, dear T. 'Til we meet again. J

Kent arrived in Darmstadt as I was departing. Never had a chance to work with him but have seen many of his contributions to the Darmstadt - Augsburg link. We will all miss his verbal and artistic genius. Condolences to the Haaven family.

Kent You will be missed by your many friends. Save a spot for the rest of us.

Dear Kent (and family)I wish to thank you for your fine service in the USAFSS during the cold war, when America needed you most. May you rest in heaven with all of your "buddies" past, present and future.
You are missed by everyone on the 6910th website.

Trish Schiesser - sister of SSGT Phillip C. Noland, USAFSS (Ret) deceased 1986 - 20270.

Kent, may God bless you and may I see you
again. (2nd RSM 50-52)

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Kent's Obituaries

Haaven, Kent J. 81, of Mesa, AZ, passed away on July 30, 2011. Kent was born in Crookston, MN, on March 18, 1930 to Ira and Lois Haaven. Growing up he spent a lot of time on the family farm in McIntosh, MN and later worked at the States Theater and Ballroom, which his parents owned. After...

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