Jimmie Sue Haynes
Funeral Date: 4/19/2011

Obituary:
Jimmie Sue Haynes, age 70, of Little Rock, AR. died Sunday April 17, at Baptist Medical Center. Born March 2, 1941 at Hampton, AR. a daughter of the late Haywood D. Haynes and Helen Avant Haynes she was a retired secretary for Brandon Company and a Baptist. Also, preceding her in death was a brother Ronnie Haynes and sisters Mae Bowman and Eula B. Wilson. Survivors are 1 brother Wallace Haynes, Gulf Shores, AL. 2 nephew’s Woody Bowman and spouse Connie, Hensley, AR. and John Bowman and spouse Valerie, East End AR. Doyle O. Wilson Jr. and spouse Marilyn, Hot Springs, Ar. Terry Haynes and spouse Laura, Carl Haynes and spouse Dianna and Larry Haynes, a niece Melissa Ward, Wynne, AR.and Sherry Killingsworth and spouse Steve. Graveside services were 3:00 p.m. Tuesday April 19, Friendship Cemetery south of Hampton, AR. with Rev. Wayman Mann officiating. Arrangements by Frazer’s Funeral Home.

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Name: steve and sherry killingsworth
Message: our thoughts and prayers are with you. I know you blessed her with your love and attention all these years.

Name: Hubert Reed
Message: To the Family. Sue has been a dear Friend since I was in high school. Ronnie and I ran together during that time. Just know I feel for our loss. She is missed.

Name: Melissa Ward
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Name: Doyle Wilson,Jr.
Message: Aunt Sue was one of my favorite Aunts and I have and always will Love Her. ,Pug

Name: Doyle Wilson,Jr.
Message: I am her nephew, Eulah Wilson's son,but I'm not printed in Aunt Sue's obituary,and I don't know why.

Name: Bryan Tull
Message: Sue was a wonderful lady and a much appreciated employee of Brandon Company for 44 years. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and her friends at Brandon Company will miss her very much.

Name: Judy Fulmer-Smith
Message: I was saddened to read about Sue. She was a great lady and I enjoyed many years with her in the Diamond Charter Chapter of ABWA. Sue was well liked by many and always, always was there to help in any way she could.