Richard Edwin Haight

Juneau, Alaska

Nov 12, 1934 – Oct 20, 2017 (Age 82)


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Richard "Dick" Edwin Haight, age 82, died peacefully at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau on October 20, 2017, following a brief illness. Dick was born November 12, 1934, in Huntington, Oregon, the 2nd of 4 brothers, to Agnes Irwin Haight and Arthur Forrest Haight. He grew up...

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Gladys, while I am late with this condolence, I am so sorry for your loss. While I didn't know Dick I am so glad you had so many wonderful years together. Terry Dale.

I worked with Dick for many years at the Auke Bay Lab. In fact, he was the first person I met when I came into the office for my first day in January 1978. In my early years at the Lab, Dick was a mentor to me and from him I learned much of what I know about Alaskan marine life. I especially remember the good times and comradery we had on cruises aboard the Murre II and John N. Cobb and on trawl surveys. Dick was the quintessential field biologist, and he excelled at this. His interest...

Sorry for the loss of your loved one hope you can find comfort from Our God who strengthens us in our time of sorrow know that he hears your prayers
Isaiah 59:1


So sorry for the death of your loved one, this can be very hard, but God has made provisions through his Son Jesus Christ to heal our hearts.please be uplifted by reading John 3:16....

Kyle J,

Thinking of you today, Eve, and saddened by the loss of a very special friend.
We value even more than before the time we had with you both last year.
Dick's resilient, happy spirit and generous heart inspires us all. A good man, and a great life.

eve and families, so very sorry for your loss

We are sorry for your loss. Dick leaves a gap that will not soon be filled. We miss his gentle humor and kindness, and are so much better for having known him. Ross and Devita Writer

Dearest Eve,

I only just learned about Dick's passing and I am so very sorry. Please accept our sincerest condolences on your loss. You are very much in our thoughts.

It was a privilege to know Dick Haight as his pastor for five years at Juneau United Methodist Church. He was very supportive of my ministry from 1969-1974. Thanks for a good summary of his life.