Anita Louise Haynes

Anita Louise Haynes devoted her life to caring for others. Now her work on earth is done. She was called home to be with the Lord, on October 4, 2021. She was born to her lovely parents Frances Louise Sullivan and George Eaton on September 6, 1956, who preceded her in death. Anita was a graduate of East High school in 1973 and attended Bowling Green State University.Anita Louise Haynes devoted her life to caring for others. Now her work on earth is done. She was called home to be with the Lord, on October 4, 2021. She was born to her lovely parents Frances Louise Sullivan and George Eaton on September 6, 1956 who proceeded her in death. Anita was a graduate of East High school in 1973 and attended Bowling Green State University.

She had a son Rondale Sullivan Sr. In 1983 She joined in marriage with Paul Raymond Haynes Sr. who proceeded her in death. From that union she was blessed with Chanita Louise Haynes. She was also proceeded in death by her son Paul Jr. Brothers Dennis, Michael and Franklin.

Anita always put her family first. She was a caring and loving mother, sister, aunt, and foster mother. She was a very attentive and devoted “Maw Maw” to her grandchildren. Although she was committed to her family, she found the drive and passion to help others. She drove a bus for Franklin County MRDD for many years, she was a foster parent over 30 years and she was employed at H & R Block for 25 yrs.

If you knew Anita you were blessed by her sweet-loving spirit and willingness to go above and beyond for everyone around her. She was very active within the community and was a member of Union Grove Baptist church.

Her memory will live on in the hearts of her Children; Rondale Sullivan Sr. (Angie), Chanita Haynes, Angel Alexander, Danielle Haynes, Kuemar Ferrell, sisters Charlsia Brown, Christi Evans, grandchildren Rondale Jr, Jenny, Angelique, Ondae, Tyler, Taylor, Chaz Jr. Tomichael, Chasity, Ziyana, Loyal, Kneko and Kamara Anita Great Grandchildren Jamaya and Lonnell Jr. Special niece Kelly….and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends

 

Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at Union Grove Baptist Church, 266 N Champion Ave, Columbus, OH. Interment at Eastlawn Cemetery. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

  1. You Anita will be absolutely missed! May you rest in Eternal peace!
    Love Ruby Merritt and Family

  2. You were a great woman Ms. Anita & I Love You

  3. Such a beautiful person inside and out. You will be missed by so many. You have made such a positive difference in the lives of many. I am blessed to have had the good fortune to know you.

  4. Victor and Joan Earley

    Heaven was missing an Angel!
    We will always remember your kindness and laughter.
    May your family and friends find peace during this time of sorrow.
    Victor and Joan Earley

  5. Rondale and Family,

    I pray for strength and healing as you grieve the loss of a wonderful and caring woman.

    Matthew 5:4
    Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.

  6. Lydia Valentine

    Rest well Anita. You will Truly be Missed. Sincerely Sheila Kearns Cousin Lydia….

  7. Anita,
    You will be truly missed. Rest Well, Prayers to you, and your family.

    Bettie Shumate & Family

  8. Lawrence(Larry) Henton

    Went to school with Anita she was always kind and a smart girl with a wonderful spirit may her family be covered by the blood of Jesus.

  9. Anita was an adopted part of our family (Evans Family). She was loving, kind and could “light up a room” with her presence. So sorry to hear of her passing. She left a mark in my heart.

  10. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Anita always made me smile. Thanks for your kindness. Mrs Williams (Fairwood )

  11. Nita, thank you for everything that you have done for us, you had a big heart and I know that you are very proud of your family and I know how hard you worked to take care of yourself and your family……

  12. Jennifer Divens

    I will truly miss you for the loving and kind person that you were. We will always share some beautiful memories. Rest in heaven and stay at peace. Love you always.

  13. You truly were my EVERYTHING! For 53 years you were my teacher, mentor, my love and my rock. You taught me how to love and be loved. You loved me unconditionally and effortlessly. You made me the strong, independent, determined, hard working and driven woman I am today. I never took a moment of loving and showing you love for granted. Some of our last conversations were me wanting to make enough money to really retire you. I could never repay or even come close to giving all that you gave to me. You’ve always been my safe place. No matter where I was in the world, I knew home was with you. You taught me how to be self-sufficient and take care of myself and my babies, but you never taught me how to do this without YOU. I could never prepare myself for life without you. For every heartbreak you were there. Now I have to trust God to heal the hole left in my heart when you went to be with Him. I know that you were proud of me and I will forever strive to make you prouder. I love you with everything in me and I miss you already. Until we are together again, I’ll carry the love you had for me and all of the wonderful memories we made and shared together. Rest in His presence my love. My Aunt Nita. MY GREATEST HERO!

  14. Alicia"LeeLee"Thigpen

    You’re such a beautiful and strong woman and you treated me just like a daughter. You got your wings to soon and you will truly be missed by all who knew and loved you. Say hi to my Mom up there she’ll show you the ropes

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