Jennifer Haines

Jennifer Lynn Haines, 37, a life-long Beacon resident, recently of Highland Mills, died suddenly on May 3, 2019. She was born on October 25, 1981 in Mount Kisco, NY, the beloved daughter of David A. & Nancy P. (Lupis) Haines.

Jennifer was a graduate of Beacon High School, Class of 1999; she went onto further graduate from Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY, with a Bachelors in the Arts. She loved the arts.

Jennifer was a lover of life, she greatly enjoyed her cats and loved watching for butterflies & birds.

Along with her parents, David & Nancy Haines; Jennifer is survived by several aunts, uncles, cousins & dear friends. And she will be greatly missed, but her memory will live on in all their hearts & minds.

SERVICES FOR JENNIFER WILL BE PRIVATE, AT RESPECT FOR HER PARENTS… To offer her family words of condolence & support at this most difficult time, or to even share a memory of Jennifer that you will hold dear, please visit: www.www.libbyfuneralhome.com

PLEASE IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, THE FAMILY WISHES, for memorial donations to be made in Jennifer’s memory to the Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF); 54 Simmons Place, Beacon, NY 12508

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  1. Roxanne Meyer says:

    Nancy and David,
    My heart is breaking for you. I cannot imagine any greater pain. I will never forget her and the gang at Sargent Elementary. May the love of God help you through this most difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. RIP Jennifer. Such a sweet and beautiful girl/woman.
    Sincerely,
    Roxanne Meyer and family

  2. dezi sienty says:

    Nancy and David-I am so sorry. It’s been awhile since I saw Jenn and the news is devastating. I will always remember how , thoughtful and caring she was. My favorite moments were driving to and from Bard with her talking about art music, and joking about her taste in horror movies (the main culprit being the movie Bats with Lou Diamond Phillips). She was intelligent, kind and thoughtful and my heart goes out to you.

  3. Evan Krutchik says:

    RIP my dear Jennifer. You’re an amazing individual and you will be deeply missed.

  4. Kate Dowell says:

    I worked with Jennifer at Dia. She was always so kind, sweet, and funny. I am so sorry to hear of her passing, she put so much positivity in the world and will be deeply missed.

  5. Randie Gerena-Maldonado says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Jennifer and I went to high school together and she was always sweet. Praying for your family.

  6. Virginia Cruz says:

    Dearest Jen, I’m so sorry. I just found out and I still can’t believe you’re gone. I’m going to miss seeing your smile every morning and our nights at Applebees. I love you and I’m so going to miss you terribly.

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