Frederick A. Haynes

Frederick A. Haynes, 85, of West Bend, formerly of Wau-kesha, died on Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 at SynergyHealth St. Joseph’s Hospital.

He was born Oct. 28, 1920 in Waukesha to the late Alexander G. and Laura (nee Boyd) Haynes.

At the beginning of World War II, he entered the United States Navy, serving in the Pacific Theater and was also an instructor at Great Lakes Naval Base.

Following his discharge, Frederick returned to Waukesha, where in the late 1940s he served as an alderman with the Waukesha City Council.

On June 14, 1980 he was united in marriage to Patricia A. (nee Downing) Hymes in Nashotah.

Throughout his working life, Frederick worked for various foundries, including the Waukesha Foundry, Bucyrus-Erie Foundry and Appleton Electric Foundry, both located in South Milwaukee, and HowMett Foun-dry.

Following his retirement in 1978, he became involved with Red Bird Missions doing missionary work in Kentucky.

For the past five years, Frederick resided at Cedar Ridge and enjoyed working on projects in the woodworking shop.

He was a former member of the Dousman Lodge 315 F&AM, the Wisconsin Scottish Rite Bodies and was very active in the Episcopal Church.

Survivors include his wife, Patricia; four children, Stephen T. (Karen) of Menomonee Falls, Richard B. and Paul G., both of Burlington and Nancy E. of London, England; four grandchildren, Michael S., Brenda A., Seth G. (Amanda) and Jordan R. (Catherine); two great-grandchildren, Samantha N. and Zachary R.; a former daughter-in-law, Mary of Burlington; a former sister-in-law, Margaret Harris Beeley of Houston; other relatives and friends.

Preceding him in death were three brothers, Gordon, Richard and Alex (Joyce), and a sister, Helen (Herbert) Kline.

A Memorial Burial Mass will be held Thursday, Feb. 9 at 3 p.m. at St. James Episcopal Church, 148 S. Eighth Ave., West Bend, with Rev. Russell L. Arnett officiating.

The family will greet relatives and friends during a reception following the Mass.

The family has requested memorials to St. James Episcopal Church or for the woodworking shop at Cedar Ridge.

The Schmidt Funeral Home, West Bend, is serving the family.