Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Olmond Emanuel Haynes
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Title: Funeral Booklet for Olmond Emanuel Haynes
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Olmond Emanuel Haynes
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
Subject: Haynes, Olmond Emanuel
Human relations
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
Abstract: The Enid M. Baa Library of the Division of Libraries, Archives and Museums (DLAM) has acquired an extensive collection of memorial booklets since the early 1970's for U. S. Virgin Islands residents. Booklets are usually more than 10 pages long and give details of the life and family connections of the deceased.
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Bibliographic ID: CA01300144
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of the Virgin Islands
Holding Location: Enid M. Baa Library and Archives, Virgin Islands Department of Libraries, University of the Virgin Islands
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

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You were always there,
Letting me know in your lovingway
SThat nothing as more important -
in your life
And nothing was dearer to your heart
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Olmond Emanuel Haynes was born on June 15, 1917 on St. John,
Virgin Islands. He was the only child born to the late Alexander Haynes
and Alice George.
Olmond attended the Thomas Jefferson School, now Jarvis Annex, and
later the Abraham Lincoln School, now the Antonio Jarvis Elementary
School under the principalship of E. Benjamin Oliver.
Olmond as a very serious and quiet young man. His guardian, Mr.
Amos Hughes, and his strict teachers saw to that. Under their strict
tutulege no one could stray. Olmond became a very efficient carpenter
and loved baseball very much. He was a member of the Browns baseball
team. His position was centerfield and he was an asset to the team
because he was a fast runner.
On May 12, 1943, Olmond married the late Consuelo Hethelinda Niles.
Out of this union Lydia Haynes was born. Olmond had two other
children, Mydia and Orville Haynes.
Olmond leaves to mourn: one sister, Elvria; two daughters, Mydia and
Lydia, one son, Orville, one son-in-law,
many grands, 3 great-grands and a host
of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
He will be missed. We all loved him but
God loved him best.

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Mydia Haynes, Lydia Haynes Boschulte
Orville Haynes
Melissa Brinn, Marion Brinn, Lionel Boschulte I, Lynda Boschulte,
Laura Boschulte, Luz Boschulte, Nydia Haynes, Nickolette Haynes,
Renee Haynes, Mark Hayes
Lynnette Boschulte, Hasheen Brinn, Hasuni Brinn
Elvira Frazer
George Wade
Gloria Lewis Cooper, June Steinbergen Stuart,
Joan Bishop Robinson, Cavina Petrina Bishop
Gerard Emanuel Steinbergen, John Bishop,
James A. Bishop, Kenneth Cooper
Lionel T. Boschulte
Robert and Richard Wade, Eva Stephens
many other nieces, nephews and cousins

Lionel Boschulte, Lionel Boschulte II, Randolph Boschulte
Water Niles, Kiddo Hendricks

Mario Reovan, Rosalvo Muller, Kenneth Cooper, Raymond Chesterfield

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REFLECTIONS ................................. Roselio Muller

PRELUDE: Ave Maria ............................. Faye Moon

EULOGY ............................... Ms. Josephine Francis

OPENING HYMN .............................. Precious Lord

LITURGY .................................. Burial of the Dead

FIRST SCRIPTURE READING: Psalm 23 ........ Ms. Lola V. Richards

HYMN ......................... What a Friend We Have In Jesus

SECOND SCRIPTURE READING: John 14:1-14 .... Ms. Alice Venzen


LITURGY continued .............................. pages 89-92

HYMN .................................. How Great Thou Art


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It is hard to realize, but it is true
That our battle for the prize must
go on without you.
But you finished your task the other day,
Folded your tent and went away.
You left us, yes you left us,
and this we can't undo;
And while you cannot come back to us,
We're glad we can come to you.
'They tell me that the records will show,
That you died the other day,
But from the records I can show,
You just went away.
We're going to miss your singing,
and the power in your prayer,
The sunshine and joy you were always bringing
doing your best from year to year.
Oh, we just know that you're not dead,
and that's not the word to say,
You fit too well the Scripture we've read,
You're just away, you're just away.

Sleep Peaceful





We mourn a loved one who's
everlasting peace has now unfolded.
No pain, no worldly possessions do they hold.
When grief has touched our very souls,
but life goes on whether you're young or old.
Dark clouds has cast a shadow before the sunlight.
Tomorrow the sun will shine all so bright.
So dry your eyes, and do not cry,
because we will meet one day;
in the sweet bye and bye.

-By Wilson D. Daughtry

The family wishes to express
their profound appreciation to
each and everyone for the many acts
of kindness and expressions
of sympathy shown to them
in their hours of bereavement.
May God richly bless each of you...


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