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Kenneth L. “Ken” Haugh

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Kenneth L. “Ken” Haugh

August 7, 1936 ~ July 10, 2014

Kenneth L. “Ken” Haugh, 78, a resident of Wenatchee, WA since 2003, passed away Thursday, July 10, 2014, at Highline Care Center in East Wenatchee, WA. Ken was born on August 7, 1936, at Leavenworth, WA to Robert “Daddy” Haugh and Lucille (Vankirk) Haugh. After Roberts’s death, Lucille married W.K. Wilson, who raised Ken. Ken enlisted in the United States Air Force. After his honorable discharge, Ken returned to Leavenworth, where he went to work falling trees for a logging company and later as a rock setter, working heavy equipment. On July 9, 1976, he married Joan Soehnlein at Shelton, WA. In 2003, they made their home in Wenatchee. Ken loved fishing and woodworking, especially making jewelry boxes and log cabin boxes for friends and family.

He is survived by his wife, Joan Haugh of the family home; his children and their spouses, Kim Custer, Gail (Bob) Johnson, Ken, Jr. (Sheri) Haugh and Toni Haugh, Barb (Ron) Cafaro, Pam (Scott) Wallinger, Vince (Rhonda) Hein and Tina (Randall) Wilcox; 16 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.

A Memorial Service of Commemoration will be held at Ward’s Funeral Chapel, Leavenworth, on Saturday, July 26, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. Please honor Ken’s request and dress casually. Ward’s Funeral Chapel, Leavenworth, is in charge of the arrangements.

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