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William Edward Haynes

Birth
Kettle Falls, Stevens County, Washington, USA
Death
4 Dec 2014 (aged 82)
Chewelah, Stevens County, Washington, USA
Burial
Cremated, Other Add to Map
Memorial ID
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Danekas Funeral Chapel and Crematory Colville, WA

Life Legacy

William "Jolly" Edward Haynes passed away surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, December 4, 2014 in Chewelah, Washington. Dad was a lifetime resident of Northeastern Washington.

He enlisted in the United States Army and served for two years as a Private First Class during the Korean Conflict.

He retired from Avey Brothers Lumber Company/PacRiver/Boise Cascade after 25 dedicated years. Prior to that, Dad also contributed to the building of Boundry Dam in Metaline Falls, Washington.

Dad cherished his time with his family and especially looked forward to the annual Fourth of July Family Camp Out, as well as the Family Christmas Eve Party. He was an avid reader and was extremely knowledgeable in American West and Local History.

He is survived by his loving and devoted bride of 59 years, Lorraine Dyer Haynes and their six children, Sheryl Moyer (Mark) Graham, WA; Wendy Armes (Ron) Kettle Falls, WA; Ronald Haynes (Diana) Medical Lake, WA; Laurie McMillan (Ron) Hayden, ID; Daniel Haynes (Heather) Clarkston, WA; Richard Haynes (Amber) Spokane Valley, WA.
Dad's legacy also includes 19 grandchildren and 21-and-counting great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers Robert Haynes (Lu), Jack Haynes (Vernel), Mike "Newt" Haynes and his sisters, Arletta Haynes, Barbara Kruger (Don), Linda McBride (Rick), Carlie Ross and Kathy Holman (Dave), as well as numerous neices and nephews.

Dad is proceeded in death by his son, William Charles Haynes, his mother, Gladys Bell Haynes, his father, James Haynes, and his brothers, James "Jimmy" Haynes and Ershal Haynes.

A Memorial Service is planned for Saturday, December 13, 2014 at The American Legion Hall in Kettle Falls, WA with a reception to follow.

The family wish to thank the compasssionate staff at St. Joseph's Hospital in Chewelah, WA, as well as all of those who cared for Dad during his illness.

Danekas Funeral Chapel and Crematory Colville, WA

Life Legacy

William "Jolly" Edward Haynes passed away surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, December 4, 2014 in Chewelah, Washington. Dad was a lifetime resident of Northeastern Washington.

He enlisted in the United States Army and served for two years as a Private First Class during the Korean Conflict.

He retired from Avey Brothers Lumber Company/PacRiver/Boise Cascade after 25 dedicated years. Prior to that, Dad also contributed to the building of Boundry Dam in Metaline Falls, Washington.

Dad cherished his time with his family and especially looked forward to the annual Fourth of July Family Camp Out, as well as the Family Christmas Eve Party. He was an avid reader and was extremely knowledgeable in American West and Local History.

He is survived by his loving and devoted bride of 59 years, Lorraine Dyer Haynes and their six children, Sheryl Moyer (Mark) Graham, WA; Wendy Armes (Ron) Kettle Falls, WA; Ronald Haynes (Diana) Medical Lake, WA; Laurie McMillan (Ron) Hayden, ID; Daniel Haynes (Heather) Clarkston, WA; Richard Haynes (Amber) Spokane Valley, WA.
Dad's legacy also includes 19 grandchildren and 21-and-counting great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers Robert Haynes (Lu), Jack Haynes (Vernel), Mike "Newt" Haynes and his sisters, Arletta Haynes, Barbara Kruger (Don), Linda McBride (Rick), Carlie Ross and Kathy Holman (Dave), as well as numerous neices and nephews.

Dad is proceeded in death by his son, William Charles Haynes, his mother, Gladys Bell Haynes, his father, James Haynes, and his brothers, James "Jimmy" Haynes and Ershal Haynes.

A Memorial Service is planned for Saturday, December 13, 2014 at The American Legion Hall in Kettle Falls, WA with a reception to follow.

The family wish to thank the compasssionate staff at St. Joseph's Hospital in Chewelah, WA, as well as all of those who cared for Dad during his illness.



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