|Birth: ||Dec. 1, 1992|
|Death: ||Mar. 17, 2012|
Hoboken - Haley Lynette Griffin, 19 of Hoboken, died Saturday (March 17, 2012) from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
Born in Waycross, Ga. Her parents are James Elvin Griffin, of Blackshear and Pam Lynette Moore Johns, of Hoboken.
She is preceded by her paternal grandfather, John Elvin Griffin, and her maternal grandmother, Maxine Moore. Haley was of the Baptist Faith. She was the first girl to play football in Brantley County. Haley loved the river and loved making people smile.
She is survived by her father and stepmother, James and Sherrie Griffin, of Blackshear; her mother and stepfather, Pam and Charles Johns, of Hoboken; a twin brother, Chase Elvin Griffin and a brother, Anthony Charles Moore, both of Hoboken; two sisters, Kelley Madras Griffin, and Joani Griffin, both of Hoboken; maternal grandfather is Charles Moore; Paternal grandmother is Mary Evelyn Redding Dowling. Also many aunts, uncles, and lots of cousins.
Visitation will be held Thursday evening (March 22, 2012) starting at 6PM, at Frye Funeral Home, Nahunta.
A Funeral Service will be held Friday morning (March 23, 2012) at 11AM at Frye Funeral Home Chapel with Arthur Joiner and Beth Holland officiating.
Burial will follow in the Hoboken Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Brittany Housier, Dusty Thrift, Rachel Scott, Becky Chesser, Jessica Dye, Erin Dykes, and Denise Reeves.
Arrangements are with Frye Funeral Home, Nahunta.
Sympathy may be expressed by signing our online registry at fryefh.com.
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The Waycross Journal-Herald
Monday, March 19, 2012
Hoboken Car Chase Ends In Rollover,
HOBOKEN — A young Hoboken woman was killed Saturday when she was thrown from a car that crashed while the driver was trying to shake a
pursuing Brantley County Sheriff's Department patrol officer, said the Georgia State Patrol.
Haley Lynnett Griffin, 19, died after being thrown from the back seat of a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu as it overturned on Old Racepond Road
near here, said Donna Dismuke, GSP post secretary.
The driver of the vehicle, Richard Hayden Westberry, 32, of Hoboken, was also ejected from the car as it overturned, Dismuke said. He was taken by Brantley County Emergency Medical Service ambulance to Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross for treatment of neck injuries, said Dismuke.
A third passenger, John Brian Schuyler, 35, of Nahunta, who was in the front seat at impact, was taken by medical helicopter to Shands Hospital in Jacksonville with serious injuries, said Dismuke.
Westberry was northbound on Old Racepond Road, fleeing from a Brantley County deputy's pursuit (lights and sirens activated), said Dismuke. Westberry lost control of the car and it ran along the edge of west ditch before rolling over, she said.
The vehicle came to rest on its roof on the pavement of Old Racepond Road, she said.
A spokesman in the Brantley County Sheriff's Department said the deputy clocked Westberry at 75 mph in a 45 mph speed zone and attempted to stop him, but she was not able to say where the chase
started and officials could not describe the path it took. It was also not clear what the speeds during the chase were.
The crash was investigated by Sgt. Terry Thrift and the investigation
has been turned over to the State Collision Reconstruction Team.
Pam Lynette Moore (1967 - 2016)
Created by: Jerry Van Herrin
Record added: Mar 20, 2012
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