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Johnny Ray Haynes
May 22, 1949 ~ October 2, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Johnny Ray Haynes 74, loving husband and father was called home to our Lord, Monday 10-02-2023 in Victoria, Texas.
He was born 05-22-1949 to Mildred Marie Bearden and Jeff Haynes in Odessa, Texas. Johnny graduated from Odessa High School in Odessa, Texas. He is preceded in death by both of his parents along with his mother/father-in-law, RE and Evelyn Mason.
He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Rebecca Haynes of Victoria, TX, his son John Ryan Haynes of Victoria, TX, brothers Mike Haynes (Jackie) of Mineola, TX and Tom Haynes (Pat) of Alba, TX, brother-in-law’s Jeff Mason (Penny) of Midland, TX, Bobby Mason (Teenie) of Andrews, TX, along with numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
Johnny retired 07-17-2017 afer 34 years with CSI Compressco. He was an outstanding large engine Technician and could figure out and fix almost anything (and was also this way at home). Every one of his past coworkers carry some funny story about him from years of working alongside of him. Johnny prided himself on being a hard worker and loyal employee.
Over the years Johnny had a myriad of hobbies and loves too numerous to mention in their entirety. He loved to tinker on cars, loved to bass fish, had a love/hate relationship with golf, hunting, riding four wheelers, and the list goes on and on. We joked that he had so many hobbies that he couldn’t find enough time for all of them. One of his biggest loves was his fur babies, Bobbie and Shelby, and several others that are already waiting for him at the rainbow bridge.
Johnny was a Vietnam Veteran who served in the US Navy on the aircraft carrier USS Hancock CVA-19 as an Ordnance Mechanic. He was proud to be an American and was very patriotic.
If you would like to make a donation in honor of Johnny, he would want you to pick out any Veterans or local Animal charity of your choice.
A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.