HAINES, Harold K.

Date of birth: 26 September 1923 Johnson County, Indiana

Date of death: 25 June 2004 Mount Auburn, Wayne County, Indiana

Martinsville Reporter-Times, 26 June 2004

Harold Haines
  Harold K. Haines, 80, Mt. Auburn,
died June 25, 2004, at his
residence.
  The son of the late Hayden C. and
Fern (Applegate) Haines, he was
born Sept. 26, 1923, in Johnson
County, Ind.  His wife, Ruby G.
(Walker) Haines, whom he married
April 4, 1947, in Nashville, Ind.,
survives.
  Haines retired in 1979 from the
Teamster Union 135 after 20 years
of service as a heavy equipment
operator.  He also worked for
Burnside Ready Mix Cement &
American Aggregate.
  He was a member of the Edinburgh
American Legion Post 233 for over
30 years.
  He was a veteran of the United
States Army, serving from 1943 -
1950.
  He enjoyed going to auctions and
sales.
  Other survivors include three sons,
Harold W. and Terry L. Haines, both
of Mt. Auburn, and Ricky L. Haines,
Nashville, Ind.; a daughter, Judy
K. Newkirk, Mt. Auburn; 13 grand-
children, and 11 great-grandchildren.
  Two sons, Larry E. and Jerel T.
Haines; two brothers, Hayden Jr.,
and Robert Haines; one
granddaughter, and one
great-grandson, also preceded him
in death.
  The service will be 1:30 p.m.
Monday at Meredith-Clark Funeral
Home Cremation & Personalization
Center in Morgantown.  The Rev.
Lewis Burton will officiate. 
Burial with military rites
conducted by an Honor Guard, from
the Edinburg American Legion Post
233, will be in Rest Haven Cemetery
in Edinburgh.
  Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m.
Sunday at the funeral home. 

Franklin Daily Journal, 26 June 2004
Harold K. Haines
	Harold K. Haines, 80, died
Friday, June 25, 2004, at his
residence in Mount Auburn.
    He was born Sept. 26, 1923,
in Johnson County.  His parents
were Hayden C. and Fern (Applegate)
Haines.  He married Ruby G.
(Walker) Haines on April 4, 1947,
in Nashville.  She survives.  Other
survivors include three sons,
Harold W. and Terry L. Haines, both
of Mount Auburn, and Ricky L.
Haines of Nashville; one daughter,
Judy K. Newkirk of Mount Auburn; 13
grandchildren; and 11 great-grand-
children.  He was preceded in death 
by two sons, Larry E. and Jerel T. 
Haines; two brothers, Hayden Haines 
Jr. and Robert Haines; one grand-
daughter; and one great-grandson.
    He served in the U.S. Army
from 1943 to 1950.
    He was employed by Teamster
Union 135 as a heavy-equipment
operator for 20 years, retiring in
1979.  He previously worked for
Burnsides Ready Mix Cement &
American Aggregate.
    He was a member of Edinburgh
American Legion Post 233 for more
than 30 years.
    He enjoyed going to auctions
and sales.
    The Rev. Lewis Burton will
conduct a service at 1:30 p.m.
Monday at Meredith-Clark Funeral
Home Cremation & Personalization
Center, 179 E. Mulberry St. in
Morgantown.  Friends may call from
4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral
home.  Burial will be at Rest Haven
Cemetery in Edinburgh.  Military
graveside rites will be conducted
by Edinburgh American Legion Post
233.

Martinsville Reporter-Times, 30 June 2004
Harold Haines, 80 
June 25, 2004
    The service for Harold K.
Haines was 1:30 p.m. Monday at
Meredith-Clark Funeral Home,
Cremation and Personalization
Center in Morgantown.  The Rev.
Lewis Burton officiated.  Haines,
80, Mt. Auburn, died June 25, 2004,
at his residence.  The musical
prelude included "The Old Rugged
Cross," "Amazing Grace" and
"Precious Memories."  Special songs
during the service were "Far Side
Bank of Jordan" and "Go Rest High
On That Mountain."  Pallbearers
were Harold W. Haynes, Terry L. and
Harold E., Terry L., Kelly L.
Haines, and Bob Applegate. 
Interment was in Rest Haven
Cemetery, Edinburgh with military
honors by the Edinbugh American
Legion Post Honor Guard.  Family
and friends gathered at the
Edinburgh American Legion Post for
a luncheon after the interment.
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