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Bradley Haynes

Athens, Ohio

Jul 26, 1970 – Jan 29, 2019 (Age 48)

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July 26, 1970
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January 29, 2019
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Haynes, Bradley1970 - 2019Bradley J. Haynes, 48, of London, died as a result of a helicopter accident on Tuesday, January 29, 2019. Born July 26, 1970 in London; he was a son of Walter V. and Maxine (King) Haynes. Brad was a firefighter for Jefferson Township Fire Department, also working for...

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Think of you everyday Bradley.

My deepest sympathy to Brad's family. I was one of his professors at Columbus State for a web course. Though I never met Brad in person, he made a positive impression on me from the first week class with this thoughtful online discussions. I was very sad to hear of his death.

Sincerely,
Dr. Nicole Brandt

You are in my thoughts and prayers!

Will be missed by Columbus State Community College students and staff.

My deepest, heartfelt sympathy to Brads family and Family. He transported my granddaughter, Kelly, to the hospital many times. He was always so gentle and kind. This is a tragic blow to our community.

We are so sorry to hear of such a great loss to your firehouse community and family. Our heart felt prayers go out to each and everyone of you.
Sincerely, with prayers...
Jim and Lisa Ferlaino
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

John,

We are so sorry to hear about you brother. Such a terrible tragedy.

Sid and Ginny Edwards

Though I didn't know Brad personally, I CAN relate as my date of birth is only two days after his, and because my wife Jennifer and I have taken helicopter rides in Florida at the end of the last two years. We drove through Athens on the way down this last time, so it's a small world no matter where you go. I DID work with Craig at Donatos, and also know Dexter and Dee fairly well. They're just good people, so Brad will be in our prayers. Firefighting and LifeFlighting are two very honorable,...

We are very sorry for your loss. Brad was a great guy and a good mentor for our son as he entered the fire service. Brad will be sorely missed. God bless