Ken Haynes, age 70, died shortly after Thanksgiving at his daughter's home \nin Castro Valley, California, following seven months of living with a very \naggressive brain tumor. He passed peacefully in his sleep and looked forward \nto being reunited with his wife and best friend, the late Margie Linford \nHaynes.\n\nHe was born on October 29, 1937 in Uvalde, Texas, to the late Gladys Mary \nBlankenship and Lowell Andrew Haynes. The family moved to Orosi, California, \nwhen Ken was a small child. Following high school, Ken attended and \ngraduated from Fresno State University with a degree in Business \nAdministration in 1959.\n\nKen is survived by three daughters, ML Haynes (Jody), Suzy Forrester (Eric), \nand Ashley Haynes; and two step-daughters, April Zahr (Rob) and Shalene \nMoss. Ken also leaves behind his adored grandsons, Cooper, Hayden, Harris, \nZane and Zackary. Ken also is survived by his brother Robert Haynes, nephews \nKevin and Eric Haynes, brother-in-law Lindy Linford, and many other family \nmembers, as well as dear friends that he worked with at ABF.\n\nKen loved driving his truck, four-wheeling and hunting, and doing almost \nanything as long as it involved being outdoors. His family and his dogs were \nthe joy of his life. To the end, the sight of his grandchildren put a big \nsmile on his face. He accepted his fate with grace and dignity, and he never \ncomplained, while those of us who loved him knew we would lose him much too \nsoon.\n\nThe memorial service for Ken Haynes will begin at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, \nDecember 2, 2007 at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley, 1007 W. South Jordan Pkwy \n(10600 So.), South Jordan, Utah. Relatives are welcome for private \nvisitation and viewing from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.; Ken's ABF "family" and his \nfriends are welcome to visit from 3:30 to 4:00 p.m.\n\nBurial services will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, December 3, 2007, at \nthe cemetery in Afton, Wyoming.\n\nThe family would like to thank Vista Hospice in Utah, and Vitas Hospice in \nCalifornia for the loving care and support of Ken and his family. They made \nit possible for Ken to live out his life at home, surrounded by family. In \nlieu of flowers, donations in memory of Kenneth Haynes and sent to Vitas \nHospice would be appreciated. Vitas' toll-free phone number is (866) \n268-4827, and their address is 39899 Balentine Drive, Suite 161, Newark, CA \n94560.