Lacy Thomas Haith
Lacy Thomas Haith was born at Elon College, North Carolina. He graduated from high school in Burlington, North Carolina and attended college at the Agriculture and Technical College of North Carolina (now North Carolina A & T State University). There he received the Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Arts. Later he received the Master of Arts degree in Industrial Education at the University of Michigan. He also studied at Ohio State University and Columbia University.
In 1937 Lacy Haith joined the faculty of Stephens-Lee High School, Asheville, North Carolina as a vocational teacher. He remained with the Asheville School System, teaching at Stephens-Lee, South French Broad, and Asheville High Schools, until his retirement in 1972.
Lacy T. Haith: A Teacher, A Builder, A Minister:
Immediately under the picture is the second home, which Mr. Haith built for his family. The homes (3) to the right were built by Mr. Haith and his Stephens-Lee High School trade students. The buildings to the right represent a portion of Haith Drive. The two homes with columns were built by Mr. Haith; others by different carpenters and contractors. These are only some of the homes built by this dedicated man.