OBITUARY

Kermit Larry Haygood

September 6, 1940February 16, 2021
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Kermit Larry Haygood, 80, born September 6, 1940 in Banks, Arkansas, passed away on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 in Mobile, Alabama. Larry was a retired Instrument Electrician, a trade he acquired while serving his country in the Navy and a proud member of IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers). He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. Larry was preceded in death by his sons, Darryl Haygood and Jerry Clark; parents, Kermit Ray and Nadine Waite Haygood. Surviving is his loving and devoted wife of 40 years, Linda Quinnelly Haygood; children, Kendell (Stephanie) Haygood and Jean (Darren) Lynd; grandchildren, Kaysha Haygood, Diana (Nick) Creamer, Angelea Haygood, Kenton Haygood, Zachary (Courtney) Arns, Gavin Lynd, Jada Lynd, Gianna Lynd, Hannah Worrell, Sarah Worrell and Clayton Worrell; great grandchildren, Brooklyn Crum, Robin Arns and Finn Creamer; also, survived by other relatives and many friends. Visitation will be held at Radney Funeral Home, Saraland, AL on Saturday, February 20, 2021 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the chapel of the funeral home at 2:00 p.m. Interment will be held in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Saraland, AL.

  • FAMILY

  • Darryl Haygood and Jerry Clark, Sons (deceased)
  • Kermit Ray and Nadine Waite Haygood, Parents (deceased)
  • Linda Quinnelly Haygood, Wife
  • Kendell (Stephanie) Haygood, Son and Daughter - in - law
  • Jean (Darren) Lynd, Daughter and Son - in - law
  • Kaysha Haygood, Diana (Nick) Creamer, Angelea Haygood, Grandchildren
  • Kenton Haygood, Zachary (Courtney) Arns, grandchildren
  • Gavin Lynd, Jada Lynd, Gianna Lynd, Hannah Worrell, Sarah Worrell and Clayton Worrell, Grandchildren
  • Brooklyn Crum, Robin Arns and Finn Creamer, Great grandchildren

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

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Stacy Hawkins

February 19, 2021

Uncle Larry - the man who taught me to ride a motorcycle (unknowingly against my mother's wishes, teehee). Although, Larry hasn't been my Uncle in 40 years, he was my favorite! We didn't get to see him and my cousins Kenny & Darryl as much as I would have liked as a kid because they all were so easy going and smiling and just fun to be around! Uncle Larry had the best smile (and hair) and kept it for 80 years - quiet the accomplishment. I have nothing but fond memories of him. My heart goes out to Kenny (I can't even imagine, especially knowing how close you two were) and to his beautiful loving wife - I'm so sorry for your loss and to all his extended family - my deepest sympathy. May the Lord comfort you all during your time of grief.
"The Lord is close to the brokenhearted." Psalm 34:18
"No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined the things that God has prepared for those who love him." 1 Cor. 2:9

Gary and Tonda Haygood

February 18, 2021

Where do I begin. The Haygoods of Arkansas always loved it when Larry came to visit. The whole community wanted to come visit him. He told stories that made you laugh till you cried. If you ever met him you loved him. He loved his Harley, his football team, and THAT HAIR, that BEAUTIFUL hair. We will miss him dearly but the wonderful memories will be in our hearth forever. ROLL TIDE AND GO HOGS. love Gary and Tonda Haygood.

Erby Pezent

February 18, 2021

Larry was a good friend. We rode our Harleys a good bit together. I considered him one of the Saraland Wild Hogs. Tales to tell, laughs to share, ride on my friend. Thoughts and prayer go out to the family.

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