Joel Joby Barry Haynes passed away on January 27, 2021 at the age of 78 in Atlanta, GA where he had lived for the last 35 years. Joby was born on May 18, 1942 in Cincinnati, Ohio to Amanda May and William Tennyson Haynes. His one living brother is David Jason Haynes of Cincinnati, Ohio. Joby held his Bachelors and MBA degrees from the Ohio State University where he was a scholarship basketball player from 1960-1964. He also received his PhD in Marketing from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He was a university professor for 40 years, spending most of his time teaching at Florida State University, Loyola University New Orleans, and State University of West Georgia. He taught Real Estate and Marketing and did real estate home appraisals on the side. He will be remembered for his accomplishments as a stand out basketball player. At the time of his graduation from high school, Joby held the career scoring record for most points at Withrow High School and the career scoring record for most points in the city of Cincinnati 1,365 points. He also held the record for the most points scored in a single game 65 against Walnut Hills High School. Most importantly he is remembered as a loving father and caring friend who had a great sense of humor. He is survived by his daughter Amanda Haynes Tucker, her husband Michael Tucker, his youngest daughter Laura Haynes Hostetler, her husband Joe Hostetler, his grandchildren Mike, Tommy, Haynes, Jack, and Andie, and his brother David Jason Haynes. His funeral service will be on Saturday, February 6th, 2021 at 10:00am in the Cedars of Lebanon Chapel at Spring Grove Cemetery.
|Funeral Service||Spring Grove Cemetery- Cedars of Lebanon Chapel||February 6, 2021||10 am||Directions|