Kent Allen Haga
May 14, 1957 ~ November 12, 2021
Kent Allen Haga left this life on Friday, November 12, 2021. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Melody Wellman Haga; son, Chris and wife Britney; son, Mike; daughters, Heather and Brooke; grandchildren, Liam, Hadley & Emerson; and his aunt, Mary Ellen Duke. He was preceded in death by his mother, Patricia Genevieve Carlin Haga, his father, Cecil Washington Haga, and his brother, Billy Michael Haga. He graduated from Arlington High School in 1975 where he was active in soccer, and continued to attend AHS events while his four children attended there. He worked for Electro Freeze for the past 46 years and took great pride in his job. Kent loved his family, the Dallas Cowboys and fishing. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 pm on Wednesday (11/17) at Wade Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, TX 76013 A private family service will be held at Trout Creek Ranch in Montana. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Arlington Life Shelter, 325 W. Division Street, Arlington, TX 76011.
My Dearest Kent – I feel extremely blessed to have been your Mother-In-Law for the past 42 years (although that is just a title in name only) because to you I was your Mother and you treated me as such. Today, I am remembering all the kind, thoughtful and loving things you would do for me and I am also remembering all the precious memories that the two of us made together. How I thrived in making your life miserable at our family parties by the silly pranks I played on you or presenting you with one of my not so nice “gifts” and you would act as if you were offended, but in reality you got the biggest laugh of everyone in the room. You let it be known that you did not trust me and my mischievous ways, but when I surprised you and done something nice, boy how you were completely thrown off guard. Our family get togethers will never be the same now and I am going to miss you; but there is one thing for certain because when I look at your four children and see in them some of your qualities that made you such a good and loving person I see some of those very traits that have been passed on to them and I know that a part of you will always be with me. Thanks for being such a wonderful son-in-law and an even bigger thank you for also being my “best friend”.
I found a couple of old family photos.
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