Orrin Haynes

Orrin Kent Haynes

September 11th, 1947 - February 9th, 2020
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Orrin Kent Haynes (Kent), age 72, passed away in Colorado Springs on February 9th.
Kent was born to parents Orrin R. and Marjorie H. Haynes (Lyons) in Quincy, Illinois on September 11, 1947. His parents moved the family to Colorado in 1958 and eventually settled in Colorado Springs, where Kent and his three brothers grew up. He graduated from Palmer High School and enrolled in the College of Engineering at the University of Colorado (Boulder). After leaving the University upon completion of his Sophomore year, he began a career in Land Surveying which spanned more than four decades. Kent spent parts of the last 25 years running his own surveying firm, Haynes Surveying, and was still enjoying working part-time at the time of his passing. Kent enjoyed playing and watching baseball, skiing, road trips, Christmas tree cutting, and spending time with family and friends.

Kent was preceded in death by his parents and is survived by three brothers Gary (Lenetta), Mark (Marta), and Bruce (Julie), a sister-in-law, Gladys, nephews Greg, Aaron, Matthew and Russel, nieces Shannon, Sarah and Samantha, four great-nephews and four great-nieces.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, March 21st at 11 a.m. at Pikes Peak United Methodist Church, 2927 West Pikes Peak Ave. Colorado Springs. Lunch reception to follow (details to be provided at the church).

In leu of flowers donations may be made in Kent’s honor to:
Colorado Springs Little League
P.O. Box 76742
Colorado Springs, CO 80970
Donations will go to help supply baseball and softball equipment, uniforms, etc. for Colorado Springs area underprivileged and/or at-risk youth.
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    Saturday March 21st, 2020 | 11:00am
    Saturday March 21st, 2020 11:00am
    Pikes Peak United Methodist Church
    2927 W. Pikes Peak
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Amir Safayan

Posted at 12:07am
I was introduced to Kent by Chuck Englund many years ago. From that moment until a few months before his death, Kent faithfully helped us with all of our commercial and residential real estate. I can't think of one time in which I called Kent and he didn't offer his assistance. He was greatly appreciated by many of our tenants who would send him Christmas cards and gifts. Many of those tenants and many of the other contractors who work for us had every intention of attending his service - only to be impacted by COVID. He was exceptionally honest and humble. When working on projects with our various crews, Kent was often the source of much laughter and entertainment. I last visited him at the hospice a few days before his passing and my wife visited him the day of his passing. Rest easy Kent and thank you for all your hard work.

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