Daniel Ray Haynes

August 25, 2019

Daniel Ray “Danny” Haynes, 67, of Pensacola, went to be with the Lord, on August 19, 2019, after a courageous battle with cancer. Danny was born in Asheville, North Carolina on May 9, 1952. He graduated from Escambia High School in 1970. Danny retired from Chevron in 2016 after nearly 40 years in the offshore oil industry. He was a born again Christian and attended Hillcrest Baptist Church. Danny was an avid golfer and loved to bass fish.

He is survived by his loving wife of 39 years, Joy Haynes; a daughter, Misty (Phil) Hiatt; a son, Daniel Adam Haynes; his mother, Ann Arnold; his grandchildren, Madison, Morgan, Mackenzie, and Jackson Hiatt; and his brothers, David and Rick Haynes, all of Pensacola. He is also survived by many other family, friends, golf and fishing buddies.

He was predeceased by his father, Vernon Haynes; and his step-father, Bill Arnold.

Funeral services were held Thursday, August 22, 2019, at Faith Chapel Funeral Home North with Bro. Buddy Boles officiating.

Burial was in Eastern Gate Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Daniel Adam Haynes, David Haynes, Rick Haynes, Phil Hiatt, Jackson Hiatt, and Shane Haynes.


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