William "Bill" E. Haines

September 24, 1937 - September 12, 2020
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William "Bill" E. Haines beloved husband of Judith M. Haines (nee Schafer), devoted father of William E. (Tanya) Haines II, Robert D. (Shannon) Haines, and Alison A. (Dave) Howe, dear brother of Barbara Johnston and Joyce (Wayne) Swearingen, loving grandfather of Erika, Nathan, Sam, Myla, and Kyler, great-grandfather of Ava, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Died Sept. 12, 2020 at age 82. Residence Mt. Carmel. No Service, No Visitation due to the Covid 19. A Private Family Prayer Service was held. Memorials to Hospice of Cincinnati. Bill served in the U S Air Force during the Vietnam War.
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Mike Hazard

Posted at 11:51am
My prayers are with Bill's family on this great loss. I know Bill is in a good place now. Bill was a good friend at GAO. I remember as a new employee Bill would watch over you like a mother hen. He would give you guidance on what to do to keep you out if trouble. Most importantly he befriended you making you feel like a member of the family. He would invite you to lunch and talk like he knew you forever. I had not seen Bill much after retirement but he will always have a place in my heart.
May he rest in peace.

Karen thompson

Posted at 08:56am
Judi and children/grandchildren,

So sad to hear about Bill’s passing. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Sherrie Heyse

Posted at 09:31am
I will miss Bill and his support of all those in need. The IHM Social Action Coordinating Commission will miss his leadership in helping the Christmas Giving Tree project. Bill help to organize this for many years. He always had a smile and a willingness to help.

Robert Haines

Posted at 10:13pm
My Dad was not much of a talker, and in a way I always appreciated that. Mom was more the one to keep the air full 😂 , but you were always the type to teach by example. You taught me what I needed to do by showing me how you would do things. Some of the most important lessons I learned from you was the value of keeping one’s word,respect and honesty has always been some of the most important virtues to you. You also taught me the importance of fulfilling promises to others. Because of you, I have been careful about who I would give my word to, and thus, I am known as a man of integrity. ‬‬ “The discretion of a man makes him slow to anger, And his glory is to overlook a transgression.”
‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭19:11‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ You were always calm despite the obstacles ahead and that demeanor I learned as well.
Thank you for these lessons you taught me. I would not be the man I am today without your guidance and love.
I wish I could see the joy on your face when you meet Jesus and he says “welcome home and well done my faithful friend”
You will be and are truly missed but one day we shall me meet again.

Marcia Howe

Posted at 09:47am
Bill will truly be missed. Listening to my daughter in-law Alison talk about her dad all these years is a testament of how great and loving he was. Rest in peace.

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