Funeraria del Angel Restlawn

8817 Dyer, El Paso, TX



April 20, 1946October 13, 2019

Haddad, Kenneth James, AKA “Bunny” Born April 20, 1946 – Died October 13, 2019 under the care of Hospice El Paso and Loving Hands. He was preceded in death by his father Najib, mother Julia, sister Maggie Simmons, brother Johnny and nephew Maynard Joseph, Jr aka Joey. He is survived by his brother Maynard (Anita), sisters Della & Judy; his nephews Dan, Chris & Shawn & nieces Julianne & Laura Lynn; his godsons Chris & Dustin Cazares; along with many cousins, nieces, nephews & friends. He graduated from El Paso High School then went to SMU to play football, then returned to UTEP to graduate. He was an avid golfer and was a charter member of Santa Teresa Golf Club. He enjoyed his partnership with his brother Maynard at H&H Car Wash & Coffee Shop. A special thanks to Bunny’s dear friend David Cazares who helped throughout. Cremation has been completed with a memorial service planned on Wednesday October 23, 2019 at 2:00pm at St. Clements Anglican Church, 801 S. Campbell, El Paso, TX with a reception following at H&H Car Wash. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to St. Clements Church, St. George Church, UTEP or Hospice of El Paso in his memory.


  • Najib Haddad, Father (deceased)
  • Julia Haddad, Mother (deceased)
  • Maynard Haddad, Brother
  • Della ., Sister
  • Judy ., Sister
  • Johnny Haddad, Brother (deceased)
  • Maggie Simmons, Sister (deceased)
  • Mr. Kenneth James Haddad also leaves nephews, nieces, godsons, cousins and friends to cherish his memory.


  • Memorial Service Wednesday, October 23, 2019



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Linda Chastain

October 23, 2019

I just learned of Bunny’s passing and my heart is broken—
My love and prayers go out to his family and friends—
Bunny was indeed “one of a kind” in that he was honest, kind, compassionate and considerate of others— but one always knew where they stood with Bunny—never any BS there!
Heaven is now a better place with BUNNY —-
Peace, grace and love—-
Linda Chastain

Buhrmann Gilbert

October 22, 2019

Ken, you are sorely missed, but our loss is heaven’s gain. All glory to our Lord Jesus for the pleasure and honor of knowing you these many years. To the Haddad family, our deepest condolences and prayers that the grief you now bear will one day turn to joy when you are reunited once again. Buhrmann & Nydia Gilbert

Michael Church

October 21, 2019

His was great guy who welcomed me to El Paso with open arms and treated me special. His whole family was that way. I am sorry to see him go as the world lost a good one. I know he is in better place and his pain is gone. I will miss him but I he is God looking down on us. Rest in peace my friend.

Jim Farah

October 18, 2019

The Haddad and Farah families have been very close for many years. I graduated with Bunny from El Paso High School. As I moved my name from Jimmy to Jim, Bunny moved to Kenneth. In the earlier years of our lives, we would gather at the N Mesa Haddad house for festive occasions. Christmas was a ritual with his mom and a sister or two visited our house to help decorate the tree. In more recent years a trip to H&H Car Wash was a weekly ritual including great food. I want to extend my sincerest condolences to the Haddads from the Farahs as I will always cherish so many great memories!