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Anna Mae Haynes
8 juin , 1919 – 9 mai , 2019
Anna Mae Haynes passed peacefully from this earth on May 9, 2019, just one month before her 100th birthday. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 PM Monday, May 13, 2019 at the Electra Memorial Park, Electra, Texas under the direction of Dutton Funeral Home in Iowa Park, Texas. Anna Mae, one of nine children, was born June 8, 1919 to Albert Kohl and Hattie Walbrick Kohl in Harrold, Texas. Anna Mae grew up on the family farm and attended Harrold schools. On October 21, 1939, she married Elwood Haynes. Together they lived, worked, and farmed in the Electra community for more than 50 years. They were long-standing members at the Southside Church of Christ in Electra. Anna Mae lived in the Electra area for 86 years, then relocated to Fort Worth, Texas to live next door to her daughter and son-in-law for ten years, and later to the Legend Senior Living for four years. Surviving relatives include her daughter, Barbara and son-in-law Amos “Mac” McAlister of Fort Worth; a brother, Gilbert Kohl of Iowa Park; grandson and wife, Doug and Tina Haynes of Junction; grandson and wife, Donnie and Donna Haynes of San Marcos; granddaughter and husband, Debbie and Jim Balsam of Burnet; grandson and wife, Jeff and Teresa McAlister of Highlands Ranch, Colorado; granddaughter and husband, Jana and Scott Fuller of Keller; nine great grandchildren; three step great grandchildren; and seven great-great grandchildren. Anna Mae was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years, Elwood, and her son, Morris Haynes.
- Graveside Service lundi, 13 mai , 2019
Anna Mae Haynes
Judy Clynch Holmes
23 mai , 2019
I received the Electra Paper this week (always a week late to me) and we read that your dear mother had passed away. I am so sorry but she had a great many years being almost 100. So glad you got to have here as long as your did. I too, lost my mother last June 20th. She was almost 97.
I didn't know that she was a Kohl. Mother talked about them so very often, being they were neighbors as young children...Just down the hill.
If and when you can e-mail me and I think I have some of mother's old pictures of your mother and your uncle. She often told me of how your grandmother always had cookies ready when she would go visit them. I hope you and your family are doing well. Tell A.L. hello and that the Electra class of 64 is having a 55 reunion in October. Even though we moved across the county line during my freshman year and I finished at Harrold I still keep up with several.
God Bless and and again, our deepest sympathy.
Johnny & Judy Holmes (Arlington, Tx.)