Name: Ms. Jean E. Haynes

Date: July 17, 1937 - March 10, 2021


City of birth: Wellston , OK

Mother: Hazel Williams

Father: Fred Williams

Daughters: Equlla Brothers (Adopted Daughter), Earnestine Thomas (Adopted Daughter)

Sons: Theodore Haynes Jr., Troy Haynes, Travis Haynes, Todd Bramwell

Sisters: Queen E. Vick (Deceased)

Brothers: Robert Williams (Deceased)

Education: Douglas High School / Langston University

Occupation: Educator/ Postmaster

Visitations: 12pm-7pm Monday, March 15, 2021

Cemetery: Summit View Cemetery, 1808 N. Pine, Guthrie, OK 73044

Services: Earl M. Temple Memorial Chapel, 2801 N. Kelley Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Services date and time: 11am Tuesday, March 16, 2021





(2021-03-10 4:54pm) Tracie Robinson wrote:
I love you so much Ms. Haynes. I thank God for the time we shared and your wisdom. You were an amazing wonderful woman and you will be deeply missed and never forgotten. My deepest condolences to the family.

(2021-03-11 8:59am) Joyce Boyd wrote:
My deepest sympathy. Rest In Heaven.

(2021-03-11 11:15am) Sande James wrote:
I will miss you. We go back a long ways Langston PO. Rest in Heaven.

(2021-03-11 3:19pm) Wanda Henderson Hearn wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-03-11 3:56pm) Keristy Nieto wrote:
My deepest sympathy. Mrs. Haynes and I spent many years together at Centennial and taught crocheting together after school. She taught me more in those after school hours than I ever learned in teacher prep programs. Rest In Peace.

(2021-03-11 4:16pm) TERACIA DAVIS wrote:
I was her hairstylist for 8+ years. She was my spiritual mother and my friend. I enjoyed every single moment with her in the salon and on the phone. I love you Sis Haynes! You will be terribly missed! My deepest condolences to her sons. She was a Divine Woman of God! Much love

(2021-03-11 5:43pm) Deniss McDonald wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-03-11 8:55pm) Gail Ramirez wrote:
Aunt Jean was my support line during the time that (Mrs. Queen Vick) was alive, Auntie was a hard working Christian woman who I deeply love and appreciate. She will be missed deeply . And as for her sons I will keep them in prayers.

(2021-03-11 11:15pm) Yolande Jacobs wrote:
My deepest sympathy. You will truly be missed you have your wings fly high

(2021-03-12 10:56am) Richard And Carol Reeves wrote:
Very sorry for your loss, will miss her and her knowledge of the Bible. She was a kind and faithful servant to the Lord and saviour Jesus Christ.

(2021-03-12 11:25am) Jeanette Brown Vick- wrote:
How do you say goodbye to a friend. Praying for your family and I will miss you. RIP. Love you!

(2021-03-12 11:52am) Mary Crook wrote:
My heart is heavy and saddened by this news. Praying for the family and all of her loved ones. It is and will be a trying time. I will miss you.

(2021-03-12 1:35pm) Passion Bradley wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-03-12 8:57pm) Catherine Ford wrote:
You are in my prayers. Mrs Haynes touched so many people with her love smile and heart. Praying for your comfort

(2021-03-13 4:13am) Juanita Perry wrote:
God knows your heartache and shares your grief.

(2021-03-13 6:20am) Rose V. Payne wrote:
My deepest sympathy. Langston University classmate.

(2021-03-13 10:07am) Rodney Traylor wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-03-13 11:55am) Winona Stevenson Murray wrote:
Praying for renewed hope.

(2021-03-13 2:22pm) Yolanda Ballard wrote:
God bless you and your family richly.

(2021-03-13 7:39pm) Michelle Chambless wrote:
My deepest sympathy.

(2021-03-14 4:45pm) Gloria Prewitt Cooke wrote:
My deepest sympathy. So sorry to hear of your loss.

(2021-03-14 7:03pm) Ron Vick wrote:
My deepest sympathy. Aunt Jean will be missed and her work is done, Rest in peace in Heaven.

(2021-03-15 4:20am) Maureace Taylor wrote:
My deepest sympathy.I will truly miss you,Rest in the arms of Jesus, Family are in my prayers

(2021-03-15 7:02am) Marjorie Glover wrote:
Rest now, your work is doing. You will surely missed.

(2021-03-15 8:49am) Kenneth & Sharmaine Mckee wrote:
May you feel the Lord's loving presence. She will truly be missed. God bless

(2021-03-15 8:55am) Equlla M. Brothers wrote:
What a phenomenal woman!!! Momma Haynes will live forever in my heart! She leaves behind so many precious memories. Her living has not been in vain! Love you

(2021-03-15 9:03am) Linda Whitlow-Williams wrote:
"For the Lord Himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and wit the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord." I Thessalonians 4:16-17. Mrs. Jean E. Haynes will be missed but not forgotten. Take your rest.

(2021-03-15 9:51am) Cleo L Hearn wrote:
You are in my prayers.

(2021-03-15 11:44am) Earnest Haynes wrote:
My sister in law Jean Haynes was a truly kind, generous and loving person.She will always have a special place in my heart, heaven just got a new angel. Prayers and condolences to her four sons.

(2021-03-15 7:33pm) Earnestine Clinton-Thomas wrote:
What can I say. Momma Haynes was a pioneer. Anything she set her mind on doing, she wouldn't stop until it got done no matter how many obstacles got in her way. She had such a caring and giving heart. She enjoyed helping people even those that took advantage of her. She knew whose child she belonged to and He had her back. I can't begin to tell how she gave to the sick, homeless and the hungry. She not only helped financially but spiritually too. One thing I do know, she loved the Lord and studying His word. We talked almost everyday. I'm gonna truly miss her and her wisdom. She's absent from the body but present with the Lord. To God Be The Glory. Rest in Peace Mom, Your adopted daughter Earnie, Love Always. My sincerest condolences to the family. Praying for you all.

(2021-03-16 6:50am) Latasha Vick wrote:
I will always admire Aunt Jeans determination and strengh. She is missed.

(2021-03-16 6:57am) James Moore wrote:
A true friend and mentor for all who know her,will be greatly missed.

(2021-03-16 8:43pm) Von Miller wrote:
Travis and family, I am so sorry to be advised of the loss of your Mother. I am floored but keeping you all in fervent prayer at this time and beyond. My heart aches right along with yours. I pray for the blessing of comfort for you all.

(2021-03-17 8:29am) Terri Thomas wrote:
Ms. Haynes made a tremendous impact on the students she taught. She was an excellent teacher. I will miss talking to her and getting her advice. I loved her very much and I will keep her family in my prayers.

(2021-03-18 9:37am) Carolyn wrote:
I vividly remember Mrs. Haynes as a Business Clerical instructor at the Guthrie Job Corps. She instinctively gained attention when she entered the room and treated every student as an individual and with compassion. She was an amazing example of a Christian woman and a little bit of a comedian. It is a pleasure to say that I had the opportunity to be taught by her. Rejoice in Heaven Mrs. Haynes and enjoy your reward.

(2021-03-18 4:17pm) Terri Thomas wrote:
Ms. Haynes made a tremendous impact on the students she taught. She was an excellent teacher. I will miss talking to her and getting her advice. I loved her very much and I will keep her family in my prayers.

(2021-03-21 12:44am) Nancy L. Davis wrote:
Words do not exist to describe the extraordinary impact that Ms. Jean Haynes had on my life. For she was wise, savvy, and smart. Her pride in and unconditional love for her family were unquestionable. Similarly, she showed unbridled compassion, love, and concern for her students, colleagues, and friends. What a stalwart, majestic African American woman and "role model" was she for all of us who were blessed to have known her. What an noble woman was she. For I will forever celebrate her incredible life. Prayers and blessings to Ms. Haynes's family.