Julie Haynes Wiki – Julie Haynes Bio
Julie Haynes was born in Bennington, Vermont on March 2, 1969, and lived in Pownal with her husband of 28 years, Kenneth Held, and their three adult children “that she loved very much and was proud of,” according to an obituary on the Shea Funeral home.
Julie Haynes Age
She was 51 years old.
Julie Haynes Work & Career
she worked in a variety of jobs centered around giving back to others, including human resources, social services, and education.
Julie Haynes Husband & Children
She’s survived by her husband and children, as well as her parents, siblings, in-laws, nieces, nephews and grandchildren.
Julie Haynes Death & Cause
Colton Haynes is mourning the loss of his sister, Julie Haynes, who died on Monday at the age of 51.
Colton Haynes Tributes
The Arrow star, 31, shared a loving tribute to his sister on Thursday, posting an emotional caption alongside a gallery of family photos of the two over the years on Instagram.
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I’m at a loss for words. My beautiful sister Julie passed away from a long battle with Cancer. My heart hurts. Trying my hardest to focus on being grateful that she doesn’t have to suffer any longer & remembering all the incredible times we’ve had together…but I just feel absolutely gutted that our family can’t be together to hold one another during this crippling time. I love you❤️
“I’m at a loss for words,” he wrote. “My beautiful sister Julie passed away from a long battle with cancer.”
“My heart hurts,” the actor added. “Trying my hardest to focus on being grateful that she doesn’t have to suffer any longer and remembering all the incredible times we’ve had together… but I just feel absolutely gutted that our family can’t be together to hold one another during this crippling time,” he said. “I love you.”
Sadly, all can’t come together for her funeral, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“Due to the current COVID-19 situation, a time to honor Julie’s life will be held at a later date,” the obituary stated. “Please keep her family in your thoughts and prayers in the days and weeks ahead.”
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