Jennifer Jennie Haynes, 33, of Lawrenceville, GA, went to be with God on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. She was born September 19, 1980, in Jacksonville, GA., to Johnny and Betsy Davis. She was a 1999 Graduate of Liberty County High School, Hinesville, GA. and attained an Associates Degree from University of Phoenix. She married Travis Haynes on May 31st, 2003 and they lived together in Montgomery, Alabama before settling their family in Lawrenceville in 2008.

Jennie was an inspiration to all she met. Beyond spending time with her family and friends, she was an avid believer of paying it forward and asking others to touch a strangers life with no expectation of reward except for the knowledge that you can make a difference. Jennie's personal motto, What did  you spend your 15 minutes on today? was the basis of her dream that everyone could be part of the solution in making the world's problems smaller and solvable. She always encouraged others to do the things that brought happiness to themselves as well as those around them. Jennie was very spiritual and believed that God had his hand on her family. She will be greatly missed by her family, friends and  acquaintances.

Jennie is survived by her husband, Travis; two sons, Seth, 10, and Julian, 6, of Lawrenceville; Father, Johnny E. Davis of Hinesville, Ga; Mother, Betsy A. Davis of Jacksonville, FL.; Brothers, Earl Davis of Lake Jackson, TX and Joseph M. Connors (Melissa) of Savannah, GA; Sister, Connie Graham (Jared) of Columbus, GA; Mother-in-law, Irene Dees (Earnest) of Branford, FL. Sisters-in-law Tracy Martin (Scott) of Eatonton, GA,  Carrie Leiby (Randall) of Waynesboro, GA and Brandy Haynes of Branford, FL Brother-in-Law Ray Haynes (Teresa), Vidalia, Ga. She is also survived by, four uncles, five aunts, eight nieces, four nephews, four great-nephews,countless friends whom she considered family, and her first baby, a 13 year old terrier named  Marilyn.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made at

Visitation will be from 1-3 pm. and Funeral services will be at 3 pm. Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Wages and Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550. Remembrances can be made on Jennie's Facebook, or at


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  1. Our hearts are broken into a million pieces! We love you to the moon & back! You will always be my sister! Spread those beautiful wings & fly high sweetheart!

  2. Our deepest heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family… Irene, so so sad to hear this.. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time of loss… She is free now and in God’s hands. No more suffering.. God bless all of you…

  3. My deepest heartfelt sympathy goes out to my nephew Travis and his family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time. She’s in God’s hands. May God bless each and everyone of you.

  4. Our deepest sympathy To Ttavis, Seth, Jullian, and to The rest of The family. Jennie was a beautiful person inside and out. We will miss her deeply! John 5: 28,29

  5. Our Hearts are Full of Sadness and Loving Memories of a Wonderful Young Woman taken away to soon! Our Deepest Sympathy to Jennifer’s whole family and may she be remembered always in our hearts and minds. May Jennifer Rest in Peace in God’s Arms. Love Uncle Eddie

  6. Heartfelt sympathies to all of Jennifer’s family. May GOD Bless Jennifer and keep her safe. My thoughts and prayers are with you and for you all at this time of sorrow. Smile and fondly remember her in your hearts and minds.

  7. My sincerest sympathies to Jennifer’s family and friends that lost an young lady way before her time. I am so sorry for your lost John D. and God bless you and your family. My candle is lit for the next 24 hours to give her the light she will need for her next journey.

  8. Johnny, my deepest sympathy for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers. May God bless and comfort you as only He can.

  9. Our deepest Sympathies and prayers are with you. May God keep, guide and, comfort your family during this time of sorrow

  10. Much too young to go, but not so young that she didn’t touch many people and leave beautiful memories.
    Johnny and family have our deepest sympathy.

  11. Too young to go, but not so young that she didn’t leave many beautiful memories and touch many people during her lifetime. Johnny and family have our deepest sympathy. Charlie & Nordene

  12. Travis, We know that this is a very sad time for you and the children. You and the entire family are in our prayers. Be it known that you are in THE PALM OF GOD’S RIGHT HAND ! We love you. Myra & Wayne Barrow

  13. Our deepest Sympathies and prayers are with you. May God keep, guide and, comfort your family during this time of sorrow. Signed FSGA IG Office

  14. We are sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. Please accept our condolences in your time of grief.
    Know you are not alone during this difficult time.

    With our deepest sympathy,
    Christi & Rolf Katholnigg

  15. Our deepest sympathies during these trying hours. Death is always hard on the loved ones, but even more so when the person was so young. Always remember that you are never alone and there are people around you to help you, and she will never be home as long as she lives in your heart.

  16. I extend my deepest condolences. Continue to pray to the Almighty God, the Hearer of prayer for comfort. Pour out your heart in supplication for insight, for strength by drawing close to him. The God of all comfort” will give you the courage and the strength to cope.—2 Corinthians 1:3,4

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