Kenneth “Drew” Haynes was born on May 5, 1958, in Amarillo, Texas, and passed away on Tuesday evening, April 8, at St. Paul University Hospital where he was diagnosed with liver cancer. Drew was surrounded by many of his loved ones. His passing was peaceful.
He is survived by his partner of 8 1/2 years, John Bosch; his mother, Dorothy Jane Haynes; his sisters, Nikki Bora and Dorothy Kay Sullivan; brother-in-law, Berry Sullivan; nephews, Brian Gray and Clint Gray and their wives, Christen and Julie; and niece, Brandy Bora. He was preceded in death by his father, Lovell Haynes. Drew was an avid participant in the geocaching community, spending many weekends with John and other hobbyist friends enjoying the outdoors. On Saturday, May 3, family and friends will gather in Round Rock, Texas, to celebrate Drew’s life.
Kevin A Moyer of Dallas passed away on April 3 near Beaumont, Texas. Kevin was from Reading, Penn., and was a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. He moved to Dallas in 1981 where he worked for Sanger Harris. His career took him to various cities, including metro New York City, Philadelphia, Orlando and then back to Dallas where had had lived for more than 10 years prior to his death. He had been the Regional Sales Executive for Royal Crown Derby prior to his passing.
Kevin is survived by his parents and a brother, all of Reading, and a host of friends considered to be his Dallas family. He was a kind and gentle man who inspired others to be the best they could be. He had a positive impact on the lives of many people as they trudge the road of happy destiny. He will be greatly missed by everyone.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition April 11, 2014.