James E. Haynes, May 28, 1924-Feb. 16, 2010

Jul 24, 2014

FREMONT

James E. Haynes, 85, of Fremont died Tuesday evening, Feb. 16, 2010, in the emergency room of St. Charles Mercy Medical Center in Oregon.

James was born May 28, 1924, in Fremont, son of the late George and Estella (Freeh) Haynes. A graduate of St. Joseph High School, he worked as a supervisor of shipping and receiving at Dayton Marine. Later he worked as a custodian at St. Joseph Grade School, where he was well known to be a character and appreciated by the children. He retired in 1993.

James was truly a family man and a 3rd Degree Knight of Columbus. He enjoyed golfing, reupholstering furniture, and woodworking. He was also an Army veteran, serving during World War II, being discharged as a staff sergeant of the 167th Quartermaster Bakery Company in October 1945.

On January 10, 1948, he married Mary M. Ryan at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Sandusky. She died March 3, 2000.

Surviving him are his children, Sr. Mary Brenda, SND, (Nancy Haynes) of Toledo, Michael (Barb) Haynes of Fremont, Mark Haynes of Sandusky, Patricia (Gary) Miller of Dayton, Ohio, Margaret (Fred) Barth of Aurora, Ind., and Elizabeth (Allen) Shreffler of Gibsonburg, Ohio; son-in-law, Tom Vollmar of Fremont; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and siblings, Walter and David Haynes of Fremont, Donald Haynes of Williamsburg, Va., and Shirley Morrison of Fremont.

James was preceded in death by his wife; daughter, Barbara Vollmar; parents; granddaughter, Christine Vollmar; and siblings, Robert and Betty Haynes.

Friends will be received 2-8 p.m. Friday at Herman-Kinn-Karlovetz Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Fremont, with wake services that evening. A mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Fremont. The Rev. David Bruning will officiate. Burial will be at St. Joseph Cemetery, Fremont.

Monetary donations in James' memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association, St. Joseph Church or to Sacred Heart Little Sisters of the Poor, Oregon, Ohio.

To view his video tribute or to express condolences, please visit hermankinn.com.

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go22gators
Im very proud today to see america has overcome the evil that racism represents. to elect a democratic african american man to the highest office in the land is something we will remember always. congratulations Barack Obama, Hail to the Chief!
Anonymous
The watershed yr. for the Dems was 1968. An equivalent for the Repubs is '08.<br /><br />Not-to-worry. Like a pair of viruses, the two major dystopian political parties reconstitute their RNA and await their next host for infection and subsequent pandemic. <br /><br />I’ve lived in Cook Co., trust me, the Machine still exists. The election of Todd Stroger, Cook Co. Board President and political crony is living proof of its existence. <br /><br />As the Chicago Tribune once stated regarding the 1960 presidential election: ‘once an election has been stolen in Cook County, it stays stolen.’<br /><br />I vote against tyranny and not for skin color. BO didn’t even make the first cut.
Anonymous
The great Mayor Daly also said, &quot;Vote Early, Vote Often.&quot;
Crackhead
does anyone know when they shut down the gyro cart for the year?
Anonymous
Hey Nicholas,<br /><br />Why are my comments being deleted from the news comments section? It appears to me that any attacks against private citizens, racial comments, attacks on minorities, making fun of people that die or have misfortunes and posting libel, slander and lies about known people seems to be all right.<br /><br />Can you tell me why my comments are being removed?