Linda Wynn Haynes

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Linda Wynn Haynes passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2019. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 67 years at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 22, 2019, at Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Lubbock, Texas.

Linda Wynn Haynes was born on January 27, 1952 to Cecil and Patricia Kerns Wynn in Perryton, Texas. Linda married Steve Haynes on May 20, 1972 in Follett, Texas. She graduated from Follett High School where she was a member of the 1970 State Championship basketball team and graduated from West Texas State University.

Linda called it “a pleasure” to teach 5 & 6-year-old students at Stratford ISD for 36 years. She loved a ball game and any event her kids or grandkids were involved in.  She loved to watch the Stratford Elks and Lady Elks, the Red Raiders, Duke Blue Devils, and more than anything watching her kids and grandkids play and participate in their events. For 43 years she was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Stratford, Texas, where she enjoyed playing the piano during Sunday services and she was active in Walk To Emmaus. She loved her family and enjoyed everyone gathering by the creek in Lipscomb County for a picnic and an afternoon of fishing. For her, God and family were always first.

Survivors include her husband, Steve; their children, Jennifer Lynn and husband, Toby; Christopher Wynn Haynes and wife, Mandi; Tyler Jordan Haynes and wife, Brittany; six grandchildren, Kaleb Gentry Lynn, Emma Grace Lynn, Timothy Wynn Haynes, Lindsay Nicole Haynes, Jackson Lee Haynes, Hudson Walden Haynes; mother, Pat Wynn; brothers, Daryl Wynn and wife, Susie; Kevin Wynn and wife, Pat; and Clay Wynn and wife, Jill.

She was preceded in death by her father, Cecil Eugene Wynn; and brother, Kelly Wynn.


The family of Linda Wynn Haynes would appreciate contributions to be given to Faith City Mission, P.O. Box 870, Amarillo, Texas 79105 or Stratford ISD Education Foundation, P.O. Box 121, Stratford, Texas 79084, in her memory.


6 thoughts on “Linda Wynn Haynes”

  1. Frank & Renee McCullough

    We are so sorry for your loss. At the same time we rejoice with you that she is in her eternal home where we all long to be, in the presence of our Lord and Savior. We pray you feel the comfort of family, friends, and most of all, your Heavenly Father. We are praying for you all.?⚓️

  2. Steve,
    Sorry for your loss. Better friends could never be had than you and Linda. Great memories of our college days together. I will never forget yours and Linda’s hospitality for letting me stay in your home. I will surely miss her.

  3. So sorry to hear this. Linda was such a sweet lady; seemed like she always had a smile. PrayI got for the family.

  4. Linda is one of the finest women I have ever known. I’ll always remember my roommate and buddy Steve, Linda, and the good times and laughs we all shared during our days at WT . She was a lady I was proud to call a friend, and one that was a blessing to others because of her big heart, giving soul, and fighting spirit. Steve, I pray for peace and comfort for you and the rest of the family!

  5. Our family was fortunate to know and work with LInda at Stratford. She was a great teacher who loved her students and wanted only the best for them. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Vernon, Connie,and Steven Paul

  6. J. Moore/Volunteer

    To the Family of Linda Wynn Haynes,
    So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Linda. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Linda.
    (John 11:41-44)

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