Harold Haynes

July 26, 1946 - December 10, 2022

Harold Glenn Haynes born  July 26, 1946 in Annona, Texas, passed away on Saturday, December 10, 2022 in Humble, Texas.

Harold was born to Orbon and Mary Haynes. There was nothing that he loved more than going to the deer lease and deer hunting, and his family and friends. If it was deer season you would find him out hunting deer every chance he could get. He enjoyed going on family road trips, whether just a quick day trip or 2 week long vacations through several states. Harold loved to go to the casinos as well, he would make yearly trips to Choctaw with his wife Donna Ruth for their birthdays with family to celebrate. He loved all of his family dearly and enjoyed visiting and spending time with them as often as he was able to.  He loved spending time with his grandkids and was over the moon especially for his great-grandson Justin. To know Harold was to know an extraordinary man.

Preceded in death by both parents, Orbon Haynes(father) and Mary Haynes(Mother), Brothers: O.J.(Junior) Haynes and Billy Haynes, and his wife Donna Ruth.

Survived by:

Daughter: Stephani  and her husband Eric Russom

Granddaughter: Mikaela and her husband Ryan Hart

Grandson: Jayden Russom

Great Grandson: Justin Hart


Tommy Gene and his wife  Kay Haynes

James Haynes

Paul David and his wife Linda Haynes


Ruby Campbell

Barbara and her husband Kirby Mills

Mary Ann Parks

Numerous nieces and nephews

Service Information

A memorial service will be held for Harold at Darst Funeral Home at 2 PM on Saturday, 12/17/2022.

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4 replies on “Harold Haynes”

Yancey Jacob says:


Greg Silva says:

Harold was one of the real characters of the Wire Rope Industry and I mean that in a good way. I will miss his happy demeanor and his willingness to help with any problem that I might have had. He will be missed by me and many others. Rest in peace old friend.

Frank A Olvera says:

My Condolences to the family. Mr. Haynes was my first civilian supervisor after my hitch with Uncle Sam. I worked at Manchester Sling for a few years. He and my 3 brothers (Deceased) used to handle that 2 1/2” wire rope with ease. Harold was a good Boss and person. We played poker and socialized after work. May he rest in Peace. 🕊 Prayers for the family

Fam. W. says:

Harold forever in many hearts. He was a good man. He is now at peace – Job 14:14 & 15

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