We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Pippin Funeral Home
Kyiar LaMar Haith, Sr. was born on Thursday, August 17, 1995 in Dover, DE to Isaac LaMar and Doris “Shelley” Wiley. He suddenly went home to be with the Lord on June 1, 2022.
Kyiar grew up in Camden, DE and attended Whatcoat Christian Preschool, St. Johns Lutheran School, Faith Elementary and Middle School and Caesar Rodney School District. As a toddler, he attended church with his grandmother and then his parents at Crossroad Christian Church. As an adult, he visited Southside Baptist Church, Camden, DE. He enjoyed football, basketball and baseball. At 3 years old, he was playing basketball at the YMCA, Dover Parks and Recreation, Holy Cross, Camden-Wyoming Little League and Postlewait Middle School.
Kyiar was a hard worker and loved being outdoors. His passion was landscaping. He would always lend a helping hand. You could find Kyiar with his best childhood friend/brother Jordan Klebart pulling their lawn mowers throughout the neighborhood in Camden looking for yards to mow; during the winter looking for driveways to shovel, and washing cars as their first business. Kyiar was employed at Mountaire Farms of Delaware in Harrington. He was a grain operator and was quite proud of his John Deere Operator, Titan Machine Operator and Skid Steer certifications he obtained. He was also a certified flagger by the American Traffic Safety Services Association.
Kyiar was excited to be a new father of his first son, who is also named Kyiar. He enjoyed playing and spending time with his son and watching him grow. Kyiar will be sorely missed for his morning texts to his grandmother, dad, and mom. He will always be known for his affectionate smile. He was kind-hearted and had a heart of gold. Always giving, you could find Kyiar on his lunch break going to the local Wellness Recovery Center donating clothes and shoes. Seeing that his cousin Anja worked there; it was always a pleasant surprise when they saw each other they would laugh and catch up. One Thanksgiving, he made the Delaware State News; he was caught serving dinner to the homeless with his little hands in gloves at the Salvation Army in Dover.
Kyiar was an avid shopper and frequently patronized the shopping outlets, yard sales and flea markets. He would ask cousin Kayla “can you take me to Cowtown?” and of course, she took him. Kyiar liked to look good and was always dressed to impress with the latest fashion trends and a fresh haircut thanks to his dad.
He is preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Willie Wiley, maternal great grandparents Myrtle and Doris M. Burris, Jr.; and paternal great grandparents John and Francis Haith. He is survived by his parents Isaac and Doris “Shelley” Wiley; his son Kyiar LaMar Haith, Jr.; half brother Isaiah Fidderman (Shapree); kinship brother Michael L. Neal, III; paternal grandmother Attlay Haith; maternal grandmother Mary Ann Burris; maternal grandfather Willie Dearinge (Phyllis); aunt Celina Rosser (Ernest); aunt Tara Haith-Coates (Jeffrey); aunt Paula Jackson; uncle Willie “Billy” Dearinge; cousins: Anja, Kayla, Kyiesha, Kendra Haith, Jaylin, Adrian, Eric Rosser, Ikuko and William Dearinge, III; aunt Vernadette Dearinge-Eromosele (Eddy), Bill Winchester; God parents Monroe Hite, III (Kertrina); God brother Monroe Hite, III; 2nd mom Katherine Klebart; special friend Marvin McDonald and Dolores Jones-McDonald.
There will be a viewing from 10:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. on Friday, June 10, 2022 at Crossroad Christian Church, 4867 N. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901, where there will be a Celebration of Life service at 12:00 P.M. on Friday, June 10, 2022. Burial will follow at Sharon Hills Memorial Park, Dover. Online condolences may be made via www.pippinfuneralhome.com.