Christopher Lee Haines left this world on October 8, 2020, in Liberty, MO, after a lengthy battle with liver disease. He was 50 years old. Chris loved life and enjoyed entertaining everyone he came in contact with, be it with a joke, a smile on a cloudy day, or a snide comment from his dry sense of humor. Like most of the rest of his family, he didn’t have a serious bone in his body.
Chris was born in Kansas City to Warren M. and Dorothy (Spicer) Haines. He was a life-long fan of Kansas City sports and tirelessly followed the Royals and the Chiefs. He graduated from Shawnee Mission South High School and attended Wichita State University, where he was a member of the bowling team. He worked at Delden Manufacturing for over 20 years.
Chris is survived by his mother, Dorothy, his brothers Warren (Stacey), and Kent (Sandra), his sister Lori (Rob) Howie, and numerous nieces and nephews. Prior to his passing, Chris sent his beloved 4-legged son, Buster, to live with Uncle Kent, Aunt Sandra, and his 4-legged cousin, Tubbs.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a memorial service has been delayed. The family asks that you make a donation to the American Liver Foundation in his memory.