Allen E. HAVEMAN Jr.
1943 - 2017
HAVEMAN, Jr., Allen E. Passed away on January 23, 2017 at the age of 73. He was born in Winfield KS. He was predeceased by his parents Col(Ret) Allen E. Haveman and Vernon E. Haveman and by his brother Robert Haveman. He is survived by his wife of 36 years Susan R. Haveman, his sister Beverly Havemann and his children Mark (Shannon), Jennifer, and Robert (Jennifer). He is also survived by four grandchildren Courtney, Austin, Hayden and Harper. Al worked for Dayton Tire and Rubber for several years. He was a respected agent for Allstate Insurance for 36 years. In keeping with Al's desire to help people he volunteered his time to the National Ski Patrol for 45 years to help keep local ski areas safe. Al learned how to ski in Europe when his dad was stationed in Germany during his high school years and it was a lifelong love. He was a consummate skier who always tried to encourage others to love it as much as he did. When he was no longer able to ski he tried single action cowboy shooting and found a new enthusiasm. He enjoyed the everything about it but especially the people he met doing it. Al had the talent to brighten anyone's day with a joke or a well placed compliment and will be so missed by those who knew him. His memorial service will be held at Oakwood Cemetery in Waco, TX on February 2, 2017 at one o'clock. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association. The family invites you to leave a message or memory on the "Tribute Wall" at

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Published in Journal-News from Jan. 29 to Jan. 30, 2017.
Memorial service
01:00 PM
Oakwood Cemetery
Memories & Condolences
January 21, 2020
Allen and I were college age young guys living with our parents on Wright-Patterson AFB on Ohio. I recall him as a funny, genuine, and all around good guy, who was often the adult in the room. I cherish those memories and wish the family well.
Andrew McDavid
February 9, 2017
Sue your loss is unimaginable.The family's loss is heartbreaking. I pray that the wonderful memories of your husband, father, friend will comfort you in time. I have learned that you never get over it, you just learn to live with it. Those memories of happy times will eventually help you to cope with your loss. It will not come easy, be thankful for the time God gave him to you. I too will miss him. He was always a wonderful friend to me. My love hugs and prayers are with you all.
Sara Stanley
February 1, 2017
I have great memories of Al and the fun we had as young guys at Wright-Patterson AFB. He was always the "adult", keeping the rest of us in line!
Drew McDavid
January 29, 2017
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family today and always.
American Heart Association
January 29, 2017
Sue and Family....My deepest sympathy to all of you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Barb Davis
Kettering, OH
Barbara Davis
January 29, 2017
Rest well my friend. You will be sadly missed. Prayers, love and hugs to all the family and friends.
Lynne Cates
Family Friend
January 27, 2017
God rest your soul dear uncle. Rest in peace and flourish. We'll miss you
Bryon Grizzard