Annetta Morrison Haynes (nee Green) of Daytona Beach sadly passed away November 8, 2018 at Halifax Health Hospice in Port Orange, Florida. She was 96 years of age. Born on August 18, 1922 in Warwick, Rhode Island, Ann was the daughter of Arthur and Susannah Green. She married the late Robert Haynes in 1942 and enjoyed 70 years with him until his death in March 2012.
Ann, as she liked to be called, attended Rhode Island School of Design, but WWII interrupted her studies when she and Bob Haynes married in 1942. They moved to Springfield, Massachusetts where Bob joined the war effort. They raised their family in Sturbridge and Southbridge, Massachusetts.
Years later, Bob’s work with The American Optical Company moved them to Frederick, Maryland. There, in her early 50s, Ann finished her education when she graduated from Hood College with degrees in art history and art therapy. Ann’s family cherishes the many wonderful pieces she painted over the years.
Ann and Bob retired to the Daytona Beach area in 1982. Ann became a member of The Ponce Inlet Art League and a docent at The Museum of Arts & Sciences in Daytona Beach. Ann believed the museum was a cultural gem in this area and delighted in sharing her knowledge of their exhibits with school children and others.
Survivors include two children, Merilyn (Edward) Stull, and Sara (Robert) Zimmerman; five grandchildren, John (Natasha) Zimmerman, Jennifer Hubbs, Mark (Merak) Zimmerman, Heather (Devin) Laing, and Cali (Jerry) Hayes; ten great-grandchildren, Caleb, Haley, Ian, Nathan, Adrianna, Alexander, Colin, Ryan, Warrick, and Asher; and four great, great-grandchildren, Jaylen, Landon, Kailani, and Rylie. She is also survived by Ruth Ann Lapp, and Trevor Campos.
She was preceded in death by her parents; by her husband Robert; and by her son Robert Charles Haynes.
A remembrance service will be held in the Port Orange Hospice chapel at 6:00 P.M. on Saturday, November 17th, 2018. The address is 3800 Woodbriar Trail, Port Orange, Florida. Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. To sign the online guest book or write a special memory, go to www.baldwincremation.com