PAWLEYS ISLAND—Jack A. Haugh, 92, passed away unexpectedly on Aug. 19 at Waccamaw Community Hospital.

Born in Marion County, West Virginia, he was a son of the late Tolbert and Esther (Sybert) Haugh. 

He served honorably in the U.S. Navy on the USS New Mexico in World War II. He attended Fairmont State University and earning a Letter of Distinction as a three-letter athlete in baseball, football and basketball. 

He loved golfing and his fishing trips with his family. 

He was a member of Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church where he was an ordained elder.

Surviving him are sons: Jack Haugh (Nora) of Medford, Oklahoma, Barry Haugh of Dallas, Georgia, Michael Haugh (Tracy) of Murrells Inlet and Mark Haugh of Conway; daughters Linda Sacchetti (Louis) of Murrells Inlet and Judy Groves (Gregory) also of Murrells Inlet; grandchildren Richie and Lori Haugh, Susan Verdi, Mikie and David Sacchetti, Gregory and John Groves, Chelsea and Patrick Haugh and Taylor and Matthew Haugh and great-grandchildren Anthony and Alex Verdi, Nevaeh and Kyran Sacchetti and Avery and Owen Sacchetti.

In addition to his parents, Jack was predeceased by his wife of 65 and a half years, Patricia, who he devotedly cared for in her last years. A brother Bud Haugh also predeceased him.

Funeral services were held Aug. 24 at Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church with burial to follow in the church cemetery. 

Memorial contributions may be made in Jack’s name to Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church, 9967 Ocean Highway, Pawleys Island, SC 29585 or Tara Hall for Boys, 510 Tara Hall Rd, Georgetown, SC 29440.

Goldfinch Funeral Home, Beach Chapel was in charge of arrangements.

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