Ronald B. Haynes

  • Born: December 19, 1939
  • Died: February 20, 2020
  • Location: Brockton, formerly of Easton, Massachusetts

Farley Funeral Home

358 Park Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Tel. (781) 344-2676

Tribute & Message From The Family


Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Ronald by adding your memories and photos.

Ronald B. Haynes, 80, died Thursday, February 20, 2020, at the Boston Medical Center in Boston. Born in Boston, he was raised and educated in Boston and was a graduate of Boston Tech. After graduation, he joined the United States Air Force, serving for eight years, and was stationed at various bases, including lengthy assignments in Maine and Liverpool, England. Ronald was a resident of Brockton for over 10 years, previously living in Easton for 20 years. He worked as a Research Technician for Polaroid in Waltham for many years, retiring several years ago. He was a longtime friend of Bill W. He was an avid and talented bowler at Westgate Lanes in Brockton and won several trophies over the years. In his free time, he enjoyed cooking, listening to jazz music and spending time with his nieces and nephews.

Ronald is survived by his two sisters; Marjorie O'Reilly of Newton and Deborah Pearson of Stoughton. He was the step father of Peter Barrett, Elizabeth Tate and Tonya Barrett. He was the beloved uncle of Michelle Henson, Sherice Pearson and Evan O'Reilly and the great uncle of Cierrah Bridges, Dana Brown, Isla Brown, Seana Brown, Mateo Tang O'Reilly and Milo Tang O'Reilly.

A Visiting Hour will be held in the Farley Funeral Home, 358 Park St., (Rte. 27) Stoughton on Monday, February 24, 2020, from 11 AM-12 Noon, followed by Family Sharing Services at 12 Noon. Interment will take place at Knollwood Memorial Park in Canton. Donations in Ronald's memory may be made in honor of the Garden at the VA Hospital by making donations to the VA Hospital, c/o Voluntary Services – The Garden, 940 Belmont St. Brockton, 02301.


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

Ron has been a Westgate regular for many, many years. He always had a smile on his face. He will be missed by many people. Rest in Peace Sir.

Posted by Lori Hagman - Bridgewater, MA - Friend   February 27, 2020

Ron was a great man and an even better bowler, I will miss him greeting me with a hug before bowling on Friday night. May you find comfort in knowing he will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Robin Ferris - Raynham, MA - friend   February 24, 2020

Ronnie Haynes you were part of our family, Ingram and Busby family. I can still remember the Giant stuffed Easter rabbit you gave me on Easter when I was 4 years old. Rest easy....the crew is back together again Uncle Leon and Auntie Grace. :-). Love and miss you.

Stephanie

Posted by A friend   February 24, 2020

Ronnie Haynes you were part of our family, Ingram and Busby family. I can still remember the Giant stuffed Easter rabbit you gave me on Easter when I was 4 years old. Rest easy....the crew is back together again Uncle Leon and Auntie Grace. :-). Love and miss you.

Stephanie

Posted by Stephanie Ingram-Fields - Stoughton, MA   February 24, 2020

Ron will be missed. We all looked forward to seeing him on Fridays when he would check the specials in the bar. We always chatted about whatever. I can not make it to funeral but he is in my thoughts and prayers. Rest easy my friend.

Posted by karen tobin - brockton, MA - Friend   February 24, 2020

I am so sorry to hear Ron has passed. I bowled with him for many years. He was a sweet and gentle man and will be greatly missed. My prayer and condolences go out to his family.

Posted by Miriam Gleason - taunton, MA - Friend   February 24, 2020

We will miss you. We have bowled with you for more than 30 years.

Posted by Mike and Theresa Botelho - North Dighton, MA - Friend   February 23, 2020

Candle

Ron was a every happy n reapectful man..always ordered the same food right nefore bowling was over...rip .my condolences to the family

Posted by Michelle Madden - Wareham, MA - Acquaintance   February 23, 2020

I knew rom from Westgate lanes...always so soft spoken n respectful...could always pit a smile on your face..hed always order his food usually the same thing right before bowling ended..great man.may he rip condolences to his family

Posted by Michelle Madden - Wareham, MA - Acquaintance   February 23, 2020

Gonna miss your competitive drive Ron! Kicked my butt over and over. Rest easy my friend.

Posted by Devon Mcgregor - Randolph, MA - Friend   February 23, 2020

You always made us smile good old times Westgate Lanes bowling buddies!!! RIP Shirley & Bill Major

Posted by Shirley Major - Bridgewater, MA - Friend   February 23, 2020

Candle

Posted by steve travers - brockton, MA   February 22, 2020

I have bowled in the Wednesday Night Mixed Couples lesague with Ron the last 5 years. He was always a kind, nice person who enjoyed bowling and competing with everyone! Ron and I were both Air Force veterans and we would see each other and often had lunch together at the VA Hospital in Brockton where we received our medical treatments. A very good man! May God Bless Him!!

Posted by Richard Rodel - N Dighton, MA   February 22, 2020

Great Guy, Enjoyed bowling & seeing him at lanes . RIP Ron

Posted by Peter - friend   February 21, 2020

So sorry to hear about Ron. My husband bowled with Ron for several years and getting to know him was a pleasure. He always spoke highly about his family. May he Rest In Peace

Posted by Diana Garcia - Norton, MA - Acquaintance   February 21, 2020


Family Album