He was born May 5, 1936, to Claude and Clara Mae (Goodman) Haynie, in rural Tipton, Oklahoma. His mother died when he was six weeks old and he was then raised and adopted by his step-mother, Nancy Laing and his father. He graduated from Laing High School and attended Panhandle A & M College. He was in the Army Reserve. He married Delores Ann White and they were united in marriage for 49 years. He worked at Lone Star Gas Co. and also farmed. He coached little league baseball and served on the Teen Town Board. He loved working with young people. Jerry loved the land and his family and he had never met a stranger. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and the Frederick Golf and Country Club. He loved his church and his community and enjoyed spending time playing golf. He was preceded in death by his parents; his step-mom; and one brother: Claude Walters. He is survived by his wife Delores, of the home; one son: Mike Haynie and wife Janet, of Lawton, OK; one daughter: Debra Amyx and husband Clyde, of Frederick, OK; one brother: Harlie Haynie and wife Peggy, of Snyder, OK; three sisters-in-law: Carol Walters, of Maryland; Bonnie Lindsey, of Frederick; and Francis White, of Davidson; four grandchildren: John Scott Amyx and his fiancée Mercedes Kinder, of Moore, OK; Charlcie Smith and husband Tanner, of Norman, OK; Leslie Choate, of Lawton, OK; and Lisa Dunn and husband Jeremy, of Smyrna, GA; four great grandchildren: Lily and Layla Smith; and Boomer & Betsey Dunn; and a host of nieces and nephews.