Daisy Louise Haynie Born January 27, 2005 Walnut Creek, California Died January 12, 2018 Atlanta, Georgia Daisy Louise Haynie was a beloved, talented, and spirited girl whose kind heart touched everyone who knew her. She loved her family, friends, art, and especially animals. She is survived by her parents John Neal Haynie and Robin Louise Kirkpatrick; her younger sister Alice ‘Ali’ Robin Haynie; her Grandparents Lee and Mileen Kirkpatrick and John and Dottie Haynie; her Aunts Denise Janeway, Renée Kirkpatrick, Amy Haynie, and Helen Maria Nugent; her Uncles Brandon Haynie, Ronald Kirkpatrick and Barry Janeway; many adored Cousins, Great Aunts and Uncles, and dear friends near and far. Online condolences may be sent to www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. We are so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort continue to be with you and your family during this difficult time. We all look forward to a better future when death will be no more-Rev 21:4. Our prayers are with you.

  2. So, so sorry. I do know families are forever but also know how heavy your hearts are at this time…sending your family prayers and love, JD & Marsha Markham, Medford, OR

  3. I am so sad and so sorry for your loss. I can’t even begin to imagine what you’re going through right now, and don’t know exactly what to say, but I want you to know that I am thinking about you and hope that you are able to get through this time. Sending love and prayers.

  4. To Robin and all of Daisy’s family members and friends, please accept my heartfelt condolences on the enormous loss of an irreplaceable, beloved daughter/niece/granddaughter/friend. My heart goes out to all of you as you grieve and mourn. There are no words to ease the pain of such a sudden ending, one that is hard to comprehend and accept. Know that you are loved and although we cannot imagine the depth of sorrow you are experiencing, you are in our thoughts frequently and we feel great sadness. Although I never met her, I could tell from Robin’s photographs that Daisy was a beautiful spirit. May she rest in peace.

  5. Oh, Robin. There are insufficient words to express how sorry I am about the loss of your beautiful Daisy. As a parent, I can imagine the pain of that kind of loss. You are deeply, deeply in my heart. Sending you love, condolences and healing thoughts of empathy and compassion.
    -Tomás

  6. We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your beautiful Daisy. How difficult it must be to deal with this. Please be assured of our thoughts and prayers.

  7. Hoping that you are all able to hold one another during this horribly difficult, confusing, nightmare with an abundance of love, making space for the tears. I’m trying so hard to say what’s in my heart but I know that nothing comes close to what you all must be feeling. I love you Robin. Reach out. 🌟💜

  8. Robin I’m sending so much love and strength. I’m far away but please know I’m here if you need someone in the middle of the night or any other time.

  9. They say that to have a child is to endure watching your heart run around outside of your body. My condolences and wishes for comfort in memories as you navigate the loss of your heart.

  10. Dear Robin and Ali,
    I think of you both throughout these days. I am sending love and peace to you and yours during this very difficult time. May your moments of peace and cherished memories of Daisy sustain you through this terrible loss.

    Love,
    Monica

  11. Robin, I am so sad for your loss. Think of her and all the joy she brought you and smile at the wonderful memories you had with her. Thinking of you and your family. Doris Garcia

  12. My condolences to all of Daisy’s loved ones. To Robin, my dear friend, I mourn your loss and send you my love. Hug Ali for me.

  13. Robin – I am holding you and all of your family in my heart and my thoughts. You brought a beautiful child into the world and I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Please know that there is a circle of love around you and many people holding you as you mourn this loss.

  14. Robin,

    Words seem wholly inadequate at a time like this. I am heartbroken for you and your entire family. You are in my thoughts and prayers and I am sending you love and wishing you strength for the days and weeks to come.

  15. Oh Robin, I am devastated for you, for Daisy, for John and Ali – but right now for you most of all. I can not begin to imagine your suffering or pain, but I know you will be in it for a very long time. I am here for you any time you’re ready – for anything. I wish there was something any of us could do. I love you dearly and I hope you can rest your heavy, grieving, wailing head on my virtual shoulder for strength and support in your mind if you want to. I love you.

  16. Dear Robin – I am so sorry for your loss and for the pain that you and your family are experiencing. I remember with gratitude the support you gave me years ago and hope that the deep love of your friends and family helps carry you as you grieve for Daisy.

  17. John I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter. I pray you and your family will find peace in these times of trouble. May all of you be blessed with that peace in your hearts and minds. May the Lord comfort and guide you all to a place of understanding. Again I am deeply sorry.

  18. I was just told today, and my heart sank. Daisy was such a beautiful happy girl. My heart goes out to all of her family and friends.

  19. i’m sorry for your loss daisys family i loved daisy so much she was one of my best friends such a sweet girl i know ali must miss her she talked about her a lot and how much she loved her whole family

  20. Oh Robin, I can’t imagine what you have suffered this year. I am sending love to you and your family. I hope you take some comfort in the words of a wise friend, “We are not physical beings having a spiritual experience, but spiritual beings having a physical experience.” You will someday be reunited.

  21. I miss her so much she used to bright my sad days I wished I got to say goodbye and it broke me to pieces when I heard she has passed I miss her so much ❤️

  22. I knew Daisy back when I was in elementary school and was a year younger than her. We were good friends and she was like a big sister to me. I lost contact with her and will regret that till the day I die. I found out the awful news from a friend who had kept in contact with her. I have not looked her up until today because I just did not want to accept that it had happened. If Daisy had not been part of my life I would not be the person who I am today. She told me to take risks but never hurt anyone or anything. She is the person who got me to pay more attention in my studies and to practice even if I am not to good at something. I am forever grateful that she is remembered with the love and respect she deserves. My heart goes out to her family, friends, her teachers, and everyone who was ever graced by her presence. She was a kind, smart, and loving girl and I hope she will forever and always rest in peace. I miss you Daisy.

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