Arther Haynes

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Arther Haynes transitioned to our heavenly Father, Tuesday October 5, 2021. He was the third child born on July 31, 1947 to the late Willie and Daisy (Ballard) Haynes, Sr. in Rich, Mississippi.

Arther was a United States Army veteran who served honorably as a SP4 Sergeant and rose to the rank of E6 who worked in transportation during the Vietnam War and Desert Storm. He received the Army Service ribbon,National Defense Service Medal w/Bronze Star, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal w/60 Device, Vietnam Service Medal, Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon, Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal 3rd OL and various other medals and achievements. Arther worked as a Lead Press Operator at Westinghouse for 25 years. He also was a Correctional Officer for many years with the State of Ohio Richland Correctional Institute. Arther was an avid traveler, enjoyed cooking, fishing and family outings.

Arther is survived by his loving son, Cortney Haynes; brothers, Willie (Bernice) Haynes, Jr., Charlie Haynes and Eddie (Diane) Haynes. He is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to his parents, Arther was preceded in death by brother, Denesty “Dennis” Haynes and sister, Daisy Haynes.

Funeral services are as follows: Visitation 10:00 AM and Service 11:00 AM on Thursday, October 14 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE MANSFIELD, 753 McPherson St., 44903. Interment at Mansfield Cemetery.

Condolence Messages

  1. Our family is sending heartfelt condolences and prayers to the Haynes family. Arthur always came by the house to check on our parents. He was always smiling and laughing in sharing with our Dad, especially things about Westinghouse or the Service. We will continue to keep you all in our prayers.

    Rosie Jean, Elaine, Burke Jr, Clarence and Carmen

  2. ARTHUR classmate,friend fellow veteran ALWAYS smiling ALWAYS had a kind word FOR everyone he loved my daddy James WEBB Senior and mommy I think he spent more time at my house than I did Arthur you WILL be MISSED by a lot of people in MANSFIELD Rest in PEACE my brother will SEE YOU when l
    I get there.

  3. Robert Williams

    I Am So Sorry for your loss..Courtney You and your family are in My Prayers


    He is my friend and BROTHER. We grew up on the North-END. And that GREAT Fraternity is One less of the rest of us NORTH-ENDERS forever. MAY GOD REST YOUR SOUL my BROTHER . YOUR DAD REV. AND Mother Haynes preceded you they both were an inspiration to us All growing up . MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS ❣️ FAMILY ELDER TILLMAN FRANKLIN JR AND FAMILY ❗

  5. My heart goes out to you prayers and thoughts are with you and Cora today.
    Rest in heaven Authur…
    Lisa Bandagski

  6. Margie R. Williams Morris

    Sincere condolences to the family

  7. Carolyn Adkison

    My prayers goes out to the family of Arther. We
    are going to miss him especially on Saturday morning helping with the food give away. May God
    bless each one of you.

  8. I want to extend my heart felt prayers and condolences to Arther’s family. I cherished and enjoyed his accepting love, friendship, and kindness. I will always appreciate how he welcomed me into the family. I will miss him greatly.

    God bless and keep you always.

  9. Lorraine Carter-Taylor

    To my family and friends during our bereavement my heart felt condolences. I thank God for the time Arther (Poochie, which I lovingly called him) and I spent together. Arther you were more like a Big Brother than a cousin. You graciously and lovingly extended a warm welcome into your home and made me and others feel extremely special.
    From pulling me on a sled as a child
    Taking me roller skating
    Sending Jones potato chips
    Housing, transporting and feeding me
    Being my confidant
    I love you cousin
    You will always be my HERO
    I will miss you dearly. I draw peace and comfort in knowing you are safely in the arms of Jesus. I will see you again one day.

  10. Diane Niedermeier

    Cortney and your mother Cora. You have my love and prayers. I only met Arther twice. But the stories you told me Cortney showed he was a loving and unique man. May God watch over you and your family.

  11. Betty Palmer-Harris

    My sincere condolences to the Haynes family in the loss of Arthur. He will be missed at the Westinghouse Luncheons. My prayers are with family and friends. RIP

  12. Betty Palmer-Harris

    My sincere condolences to the Haynes family in the loss of Arthur. He will surely be missed at the Westinghouse luncheons. Praying for family and friends. RIP

  13. I want to send condolences to the family of Arthur Haynes. He was a very nice person and always had a smile and positive attitude. He will be missed but never forgotten. RIP my friend sincerely Betty Edwards

  14. Queen Dulin and Ronald McKinney

    Rest in peace Arther. Such a sweet person to be around always. So long my fellow soldier, Sargent to Sargent. May God bless you.

  15. To the Family of Arther Hayes,
    You are all in our hearts and prayers during this difficult and trying time. God will see you through!
    With Love,
    Ruthie Johnson and Family

  16. Richland B&O Bike Trail Friends

    Arther was our bike trail friend. We will greatly miss his warm, friendly smile and kind words. We are not surprised to read in his obituary about his life of service and his love of family and humanity. We hope to honor Arther’s legacy of unity and love by modeling the same in our interactions with others. May you rest in peace dear friend. You were a beautiful gift to all who came in contact with you.

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