Ronald M. Haynes

Sunrise: June 11, 1952

Sunset: April 8, 2024
Viewing Wednesday, April 17, 2024 2:00pm - 6:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 W. Berkley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23523 Service COME IN PERSON OR WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Thursday, April 18, 2024 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Chapel Interment Woodlawn Memorial Gardens 6329 E Virginia Beach Blvd. Norfolk, VA 23502

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    Gail Johnson says

    To the family of Ronald Haynes I extend my condolences and prayers.

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    Ronald Collins and Family says

    We send our deepest condolences to the Haynes family. May the Most comfort and be with you during this time of mourning. Ronald will always be remembered for his dedication, service, and commitment. He is a pioneer and example of excellence in protecting and serving the community. Rest In Peace my brother! Peace and Blessings to the family always!

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    Julia and Tony send our deepest condolences to the family of my dear friend Ronald Haynes. He was a Black Pioneer Police Officer in the City of Virginia Beach. He made it possible by shattering that brickwall for others like him to achieve. He will be remembered.

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    Lucian Colley says

    As a 72 year old, some of my fondest memories involve my old and dear friend, Ron Haynes. Hopefully his family will find comfort in knowing that he leaves a reputation of being a good police officer and good and decent person, who was well-liked and respected by all.

    So long Buddy, from your old “Beat 58” walking-beat partner, Lucian “Loosh” Colley.

    See you on the other side. Meanwhile, rest in peace my friend, after a job well-done !

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    Stephanie Peebles says

    Dearest Family;
    What an incredible legacy this gentle
    giant and man left us.
    Ronnie, Larry, Rudy and Uncle Pummie were our ‘Big Brothers’.
    We looked up to them and thought they were the absolute coolest!!
    When we were in high school ALL the girls at Princess Anne swooned over Ron Haynes!
    Ronnie was such a gentleman; kind, gracious and humble.
    Such a beautiful spirit!
    We were so proud of his service to the Virginia Beach Police Department. He was the perfect example of what a Policeman with integrity and fairness looks like. And we prayed for him as he displayed his love and devotion to Cousin Grace during her health challenges.
    It is our prayer that we will all meet again in that sweet land of perfect days..


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    Tammy Hutcheson says

    The Hutcheson family send our deepest condolences to Aavlon and the rest of the Haynes family and friends.

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