John Charles “Chuck” Haygood

John Charles “Chuck” Haygood, 63 of Hazen, beloved Daddy, Big Dad, Chuckie, Papa & Uncle passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 21, 2019. He was born November 8, 1955 to J.R. and Ada Haygood of Hazen.

Chuck was preceded in death by his wife, Peggy and parents, J.R. and Ada.

He is survived by his children, Brooke (Justin) Haygood Gantt of Highlandville, Missouri, John Riley (Andrea) Haygood of Lonoke, Laura (Jake) Madden Holmes, and Eli Irby of Hazen. He leaves behind seven adored grandchildren, Harmony, Audrey, River, Sterling, Jebadiah, Nathaniel, and Naomi. He is also survived by two sisters, Carolyn (Edward) Beam of Hazen and Claire Schafer of Little Rock, many nieces, nephews, and countless friends.

Chuck was a lifelong member of Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. He served Hazen and surrounding areas as a volunteer Fireman for nearly 30 years. Chuck made his living as a plumber, but his real joy was found outdoors, hunting and fishing. He enjoyed supporting Hazen Hornet athletics and the Prairie County Fair.

Visitation will be at Westbrook Funeral Home in Hazen from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M., Sunday, March 24, 2019. Funeral services will be at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Hazen at 2:00 P.M. on Monday, March 25, 2019.

Donations may be made in memory of Chuck to the Hazen Fire Department.

5 Condolences to “John Charles “Chuck” Haygood”

  1. Jessica Scarborough Says:

    Chuck was like family to us. So glad we got to have a good long conversation by phone last week. Rest in peace my friend. I’ll miss our talks. Prayers to the family.

  2. Angela Burton Says:

    Sending Condolences to the family & me and my family will be praying for you all.

  3. Paula Says:

    Prayers for the family of Chuck Haygood.

  4. Sherry Free Says:

    It is always hard to loss a loved one. Our prayers are with all the family.

  5. Billy and Gail Booth Says:

    As a vital part of the Hazen community, Chuck Haygood will be dearly missed by all those who knew him. As a public servant for many years as a volunteer fireman and as a plumber called upon often, Chuck endeared himself to many who will cherish his legacy of service to others. Some of us who are a few years older than Chuck, literally saw him grow up and we had the privilege of knowing him his whole life. His life had a positive impact on many others and upon Hazen and the surrounding communities. Our sympathy and prayers continue for Chuck’s family. May God’s Word and His Holy Spirit (the “Comforter”) provide strength, comfort, and assurance in this time of sorrow. Billy and Gail Booth