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Lisa Mary Haynes
  • January 11, 1964
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  • October 31, 2019

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Obituary

Lisa Mary Haynes
01/11/1964 – 10/31/2019

It is with great sadness that the family of Lisa Haynes announces her passing on 10/31/2019.  Lisa was born in Jersey City, NJ, grew up in Connecticut while also living several years in New York City in between.  Lisa’s professional career was as an Events Planner, a career she thrived and excelled in. She had a shift in career to retail when moving to Port Orange, Florida in 2013 when she later joined the Marshall’s team at the Pavilion.  She was preceded in death by her father, Romuald (Ron) Haynes in 2018.  She is survived by her mother, Joyce Haynes, and her sisters Deborah (John) Lewandoski, Julie Anne (Nick) Campasano, and Donna (Kevan) Hall; nephews Christopher Lewandoski and Nicholas (Caitlin) Campasano; great-nephews Hayden and Ryan Lewandoski; great-nieces Emma and Layla Campasano.

Lisa loved life to the fullest. She was passionate about anything she put her mind to.  Her family was the center of her universe with her friends always close to her heart.  Lisa loved the beach, sunrises, sunsets, and everything in between.  She enjoyed travel and adventure, but also loved the planning and anticipation almost as much as the events themselves.  She would walk into a room and it would automatically light up – her laughter and smile were equally contagious.  Lisa will be remembered for her true love of life, and the many amazing memories for anyone who was lucky enough to share with her.

Lisa was our Wonder Woman with a halo, as she lead her life with such strength and grace, all while battling the cancer odds for the past 15 years.  Look out heaven!!

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, Nov 2nd from 3pm – 6pm at a family home.  For details, please email hallkev007@gmail.com.  Baldwin Brothers is in charge of funeral arrangements.


Service

Location:
At a family home

Date & Time:
November 2, 2019 at 3:00 PM


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  1. 10 Nov 2019
    Shoba Lemoine says:
    I was so saddened to hear the news about LIsa but reflected upon what positive moments we had together. I worked with her for a few years, and in that time, we became friends. She always left a lasting impression. She was strong, she was funny and she was one-of-a-kind fabulous. We used to get together now and again outside of work, and I'll never forget when she told me that she always had a beach chair and sweatshirt in the trunk of her car at all times...because you never knew when you were going to catch that beautiful beach sunset. My condolences to Lisa's family--I always admired how close and loving you all are. Here's to Lisa's beautiful beach sunset.

  2. 07 Nov 2019
    Scott Verhagen lit a candle:
    Lit since November 7, 2019 at 11:19:29 AM

  3. 07 Nov 2019
    Ketav Shah says:
    My deepest condolences to the family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. 03 Nov 2019
    Lucy Bourgoin Harris says:
    I was so very sad to hear about Lisa’s passing today. Such a beautiful lady, inside and out. We had fun times in High school and beyond when we attended CCSU together. We had dinner together maybe 8 years ago.. she was as lovely and spunky as ever. I am so very sorry for your loss.. I’ll never forget Lisa. Heaven has gained another angel.

  5. 02 Nov 2019
    Donna Belmont lit a candle:
    Lit since November 2, 2019 at 11:33:43 AM

  6. 02 Nov 2019
    Lillian E Desenti says:
    RIP Lisa....I was so blessed to know and work with you. I remember the many times we laughed and cried together. You do and always will hold a special place in my heart. My prayers are with your family and many friends, we have all lost an amazing woman however we all now have an amazing angel in Heaven.

  7. 02 Nov 2019
    Rob Makowski says:
    My heart is sore thinking that you are no longer with us but I find solace in knowing you are no longer in pain. You brought such joy to those around you and the world is a better place because you were in it. God bless.

  8. 02 Nov 2019
    Kathy Woods says:
    My sincere condolences to Lisa’s beloved family and friends. Lisa’s beauty, passion for life, strength, courage and determination was inspirational and amazing. I pray that Lisa’s zest for life and your fondest memories will bring you comfort and peace always.

  9. 02 Nov 2019
    Kathy Woods lit a candle:
    Lit since November 2, 2019 at 11:25:11 AM

  10. 01 Nov 2019
    Dee Murray Hill says:
    Lisa , My gift from Deb , as are Julie & Donna .The little sister's I always wished for .I will miss your determined little self more than words can say .You were always ready to give advice , share your opinion & give a nudge in the right direction . It must have been exhausting being so brave .A bright light has gone out & taken a piece of many hearts with it . Love you always .Thank-you for the joy you brought as a loving sister ,friend & a dear Auntie Lisa .

  11. 01 Nov 2019
    Donna Belmont says:
    Lisa was an inspiration to all who ever met her, as her smile and positive energy could always command a room. Through her difficult journey, I not only noticed her strength, but the strength of those affected by her condition. I admire each of you for your continuous fight through this tough battle
    You gave Lisa the will to keep fighting. And every step along the way, you fought to make sure that she lived a full life. You fought to keep her in your life for as long as possible and to make as many memories as you could.
    You made Lisa’s life worth living. You were there through the good and bad, all the pain and tears, and you never failed to do everything you could to help her.
    From the day Lisa was diagnosed until today, I thank you for your strength, I am grateful for her strength and for the day I was blessed with her love and beautiful friendship.
    With loving memories,
    Donna Belmont