Nathan D. “Major” Haynes


Nathan Demaine Haynes, age 17, also known as “Major”, of Columbus, Ohio , entered this life on August 3, 1995 in Youngstown, Ohio to Nathan Haynes and Nekeya (Johnson) Fisher.
Nathan went Home to be with the Lord October 3, 2012 leaving his family mourning their loss but rejoicing Heavens gain.
Nathan loved his rap music and had interest in playing football and basketball. He was also our family comedian during his times spent with his family and his friends although he never liked staying in the house.
Nathan had his visitation with the Lord which turned his life around. He attended Life Skills in Columbus, Ohio where he received his High School Diploma.
Nathan was preceded in death by his grandmother Mytoria Johnson, grandfather Alexander Jones, grandmother Edith Haynes, grandfather Macauther Haynes, Sr., great grandfather John “JD” Johnson, great grandmother Shirley B. Johnson, great grandfather William Jones, great-great grandparents John and Pearlene Thomas and cousin Rondale Johnson
Nathan leaves to cherish his memory, father Nathan (Tamala) Haynes of Youngstown, Ohio, mother Nekeya (Dacee) Johnson-Fisher of Columbus, Ohio, brothers Andre Jacobs of Youngstown, Ohio, NaQuon Haynes, Dacee Fisher and Phil Wiggins all of Columbus, Ohio and Jaeyon Fisher of Cleveland, Ohio, sisters Drelynn Jacobs, and Shanay of Youngstown, Ohio, Dalyah McCory, Dana McCory, and Dacia Fisher of Cleveland, Ohio and Nakhyyia Johnson of Columbus, Ohio, great grandmother Pastor Cora Jones of Youngstown, Ohio, grandmother and grandfather Latonya and John Grace of Cleveland, Ohio, grandmothers Teresa Davis of Youngstown, Ohio, and Deborah Mauzy of Columbus, Ohio, grandfather Allen Milton of Columbus, Ohio, Godmother Kimona Anderson of Youngstown, Ohio, girlfriend Kyley Martin and a host of loving aunts, uncles cousins and dear friends.

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  1. may the good lord continue to bless and cover your family. in jesus name.

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