Photo courtesy of Clay Funeral Home - Lincoln

Clinton Haynes

Lincoln, Maine

Jul 7, 1926 - Jan 4, 2014

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Dolly, Roger, Gary and Debbie - I'm sorry to hear such a good man has passed away. Clinton was such an important, influential person in our lives growing up. He was always responsible, kind, respectful, and kept us safe. He saw each of us as important and worth respect - it made us want to live up to his view of us. I have many positive memories of Clint and your whole family, who always welcomed me warmly to your home, let us play in your yard, and were wonderful neighbors. He gave structure...

Dolly, Roger, Gary, Debbie and Families My heart goes out to each and every one of you. Clinton, with his smile and quiet ways will be missed by many. I'm so sorry that the weather didn't cooperate yesterday so that we could get to the school. Cherish the wonderful memories. Linda King Kimball

Dear Roger and Family,

Cathy and I are so sorry to learn of the loss of your dear father. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

I'm so sorry to hear about Mr. Haynes passing. I had him as a bus driver and will never forget him.

We moved to the mill yard in Winn in 1964, I would have been 2 but I had an older siblings already in school, Clinton was our bus driver until I graduated 8th grade in 1977. He was always nice. I hadn't thought of this until now but I never thought of him as a bus driver, he was Our bus driver.

So sorry to hear about your fathers passing Debbie....Can remembering him driving the bus......May God Bless you at this time.....Randy & Patty Dicker Sr.

So sorry to here of Clinton's passing, he was a great presence in our community, he will be missed by all who new him, may God be with his family & loved ones at this time of loss, God Bless.

As a teacher at the Clinton Haynes school, I got to know Clinton and Dolly quite well. On the first day of school he would cross out the day and say there were only 174 more days left. As he went about his duties at our school , he was most pleasant and friendly. WE all loved him. May God be with Dolly and his children and grandchildren to console them in this difficult time. So sorry to hear of your loss. Can't make it to the funeral because we are in Florida. Our thoughts will be...

Our most sincere condolences go out to all the Haynes family.It was our good fortune and pleasure to know Clint and to appreciate all the time and devotion he gave to S.A.D.30. He was a friend to all who worked there and a much loved bus driver and custodian when I(Marge) taught at the
Winn school. He and Dolly were two very special people I looked forward to seeing as Dolly spent many days there too. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May those cherished times you spent...


Clinton's Obituaries

WINN - Clinton Haynes, 87, born July 7, 1926, went home to be with his Lord, Jan. 4, 2014. He passed away after a long life filled with devotion to his wife and family and to his community .He is survived by his beloved wife of 65 years, Beatrice "Dolly." He is also survived by his...

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