Timothy D. Haynes
Date of Birth: September 13, 1960
Date of Death: April 21, 2020
Cuba- Timothy D. Haynes of Cuba passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at Amita Health Adventist Medical Center in La Grange, IL. Born Sept. 13, 1960 in Pekin, IL, Tim was the son of Larry and Judy Anderson Haynes.
By trade, Tim was a skilled finish carpenter and concrete finisher. He loved to garden and preserve his own food. Tim's fondness of books, movies and music, was reflected in his remarkable ability to remember the actors in movies and the musicians in bands.
Happiest when he could be outdoors hiking, Tim was passionate about animals and had no tolerance for their mistreatment. "His" squirrels in the park were very well-fed.
Cremation has been accorded. Henry-Lange Memorial Home was in charge of arrangements.
From: Jeananne Lafferty Apr 24 2020 9:29PM Timmy was such a good friend to have. He always had fun with my dad. They would always get into mischief. I especially loved his laug h. You will be sadly missed brother......RIP & tell my Dad I said hi. From: Genie Apr 24 2020 9:37PM We will miss you Timmy...good man will be very missed?? From: Mary Woodruff Apr 24 2020 10:13PM Fly high my friend. Rest easy as you are now at the right hand of our Lord.
Will miss our chats and ur ornery grin.
From: Penny Stambaugh Apr 24 2020 11:19PM Fly high my friend, I will miss seeing you walk the country mile. Tim I always liked your smile and I tried to be a good friend to you, even when you did realize it. It makes me smile to know you are in a place where you can always be happy. RIP Tim. From: Corby schnarr Apr 25 2020 1:01AM Rip my friend,we had a lot of funny moments over the years,will miss you ole buddy.. From: Bonnie Mottaz Apr 25 2020 12:13PM Bless you Tim, I will never forget all of our inside jokes about “Him” and all the fun times we had. Rest my friend, always remembered with a smile! From: Cheryl Martindale Apr 25 2020 12:15PM So sorry to read this. He was very smart and talented. RIP my friend. From: Jamie Hayes Apr 26 2020 4:45AM Tim was always thereif you need help he was a great friend we had some good times working.on things together i learned a lot from him thete was no stranger to him he would talk to anyone thst he could and help i will always miss him every morning up at Casey's in the morning getting something to drink know you can be up with some of the others ones that you talk and have a good time up there you will be miss From: Betsy Ward Apr 28 2020 11:41AM To Tim's two sisters, I offer my heartfelt condolences. Rachel I met you out at "the farm" in Cuba with your Mom a few times. Tim did lead a hard life but had such a genuine heart. He left a warm impression on my life and will be remembered fondly especially with his contagious smile and hearty laughter. Tim, you were loved by so many and now you can rest in eternal peace with your beloved Deuce ? Love you for always