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Julius Haynie

By Taylor Massey, 01/12/22 7:30 PM

Mr. Julius Haynie, 56, of Rosston, Arkansas passed away at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas on the morning of January 6, 2022.

Mr. Haynie was born to the late Mr. Frank Haynie formerly of Waterloo, Arkansas, and Mrs. Helen Gulley-Haynie formerly of Bluff City, Arkansas.  

He was a truck driver by profession and drove for North American Van Lines and later for Freer Trucking of Fordyce until he was not able to work.  In his younger years he was an extremely good basketball player.  He had spent all his adult life with his high school sweetheart who became his wife shortly after graduation.

He was preceded in death by his father, Mr. Frank Haynie, one son, Lamar Haynie, his brother Franklin Haynie and both his maternal and paternal grandparents.

He is survived by his wife of 36 years Marrian Moss-Haynie, his two sons, Alberto Haynie and Marcus Haynie both of Rosston, Arkansas and one brother James Haynie and his wife, Janie of Texarkana, Texas.  He was blessed with a bonus grandson Claderious Burnell and an extra special bonus great grandson, Jordan Burnell.

Funeral service will be held at Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Chapel, 415 East First Street; Stamps Arkansas, Saturday January 15, 2022, at 1:00 pm under the direction of Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home and Staff where Pastor Willie Flowers will serve as Officiant and Eulogist.  Interment will be at the Harrison Chapel Cemetery immediately following the service. A walk-through visitation will be held at Hamilton-Davis Funeral Home Chapel, 415 East First Street, Stamps, Arkansas, Friday January 14, 2022, from 11:00 until 4:00 p.m.

Because of CDC guidelines from COVID and the rise of cases, all who intend to attend will be required to wear a mask and adhere to current social distancing guidelines.

MASK ARE REQUIRED DURING THE FUNERAL SERVICE AND THE VISITATION.  YOUR CONSIDERATION AND COOPERATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.