Lissa Danelle Haynes

8 April, 195228 November, 2014

David and Lissa Haynes of San Diego, California died unexpectedly in their home on November 28, 2014. David Ellis Haynes was born to Phyllis and Vital Haynes in Los Angeles on August 9, 1953. He grew up in San Diego and was actively involved in many sports. He had an early interest in reading that developed into a passion for lifelong learning. He went to Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska for college and medical school. He did a surgery internship at University of California Irvine, followed by residency in Emergency Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He was an Emergency Medicine physician who worked in Yuma, Arizona for nearly 20 years. He was well-respected by his peers, nurses, staff, and patients. Lissa was born Lissa Danelle Reeves to Daniel and Eloise Reeves on April 8, 1952 in Los Angeles. She attended Los Angeles City College for nursing school. Her family describes her as a bright spirit who was an excellent nurse because of her optimistic nature. She was an animal lover who supported The Humane Society, as well as an avid tennis player. David and Lissa met while working in the hospital. Everyone described them as a perfect match. They shared a passion for traveling, and frequently explored new countries together. They are survived by a large family, including their two children, Kimberly and Peter. David’s surviving family includes his mother, Phyllis Haynes, and three siblings, Bruce, Kevin, and Karen. Lissa is survived by her mother Eloise Reeves and her brother Charles. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to: Creighton University School of Medicine – Haynes Family Endowed Fund or The Thursday Club Foundation.


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Maria Juarez

December 7, 2014

Lisa,hopping your family just remember your smile and happy memories as lovely you are because I know you still smiling from heaven.

Melinda Shega

December 4, 2014

My Dear Lissa,

We were kindred spirits recognizing the good, happiness, joy, helpfulness, kindness, and love for family in each other. Kimberly and Danielle did swimming lessons together. Peter and Melissa went to Francis Parker and graduated a year apart. We kept the yoga class going when it was just the two of us and recruited more to come. We always smiled at each other when you entered! If a yoga position could be made more comfortable you would accept. I called you the comfort girl! Your yoga spot was the furthest from the front! I know you loved with an open heart no matter what adversity! I love you dear friend and will miss you greatly!


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