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Another light of this world has faded and gone. On the night of Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Jady was taken from this world in a tragic, horrible accident. She was with the one she loved, Joseph Lane, and was working at taking new items to her and Josephs new business, Jypsy Lane, when the unthinkable happened. In an unbelievable split second, our beautiful Jadys earthly binds were released and she ascended to become a true Angel. Left here still loving, remembering and missing her are a multitude of family, friends, co-workers and just about anyone who was lucky enough to have Jady in their life. Most of all, her three babies, Caden, Brody and Avery. Jadys kids were her life and she was their anchor, their protector, their teacher, their confident, their Mom and their best friend. Jady and her former husband, Cody Abbot, must of have done something right because their three kids are each wonderful, funny, smart, beautiful and loving. They unconditionally loved their Mom, just like she unconditionally loved them. Jady was also a sister/best friend to Sierra Lindsey Haynes, Cody Lee Haynes, Walker Dale Leach and Tosh Ian-Scott Haynes. Jady was a wonderful grandchild to Pat Butler, Ramona Sparks. Jady made her mom and dad, Terri LaRue Haynes and Jeffrey Lee Haynes, proud in all she did. Terri, who gave Jady her unique and memorable name, also died in a tragic accident almost nineteen (19) years ago. Jady was as beautiful as Terri and they could have passed for sisters. Jady never forgot her Mom and was always eager to share memories of Terri with all who would listen. There is no doubt that Terri has watched over Jady and beamed with pride as Jady became such a wonderful friend, relative, mother, cosmetologist and sonogram technician. Jady spent over ten years at the helm of both W.W. Hastings and Tahlequah City Hospitals sonogram department. She loved being able to show expectant mothers the first images of their babies. All those who worked with Jady loved her immensely and loved working with her. Jady made work fun for everybody and when she decided to leave that position to start her new business with Joseph in Muskogee, both hospitals and her co-workers hated to see her go but knew she was chasing her dream. Jady also had a sister, Sophie Hall and the entire Jennings family. Leaving this world before her, Jady lost her mother Terri, her cousin Tyler Ross Seideman, who died defending our nation while on tour in Iraq, her cousin Khai Marinda Haynes, her Paw Paw, Rex Scott Butler, her grandad Robert L Haynes and grandparents Harold and Erlene Jennings. The list of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other family members, friends, loved ones and co-workers who are left behind to keep her memory alive are too numerous to mention here. But anytime you will meet one in the future, all will tell of that time that Jady did or said that made everybody crack up. She loved to laugh, make people laugh, make fun of her family and friends (but almost never in a mean or vicious manner), get made fun of by her family and friends and enjoy life to the fullest. Jady worked hard, played hard, loved hard and made her mark on this world and everyone with whom she came into contact. Not a day will go by that Jady will not be missed by all who knew her. But missing her so assure that we all will keep her memory alive and will see her beautiful face and her contagious smile each time we think of her. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the Boulevard Christian Church, 1700 W. Shawnee, Muskogee OK. On her birthday, April 7, 2017, we have tentative plans to take her ashes to White Rock Mountain in Northwest Arkansas to scatter her ashes where we scattered her mothers all those years ago. Jady will always be a shining beacon to those who knew and loved her.
An educational trust fund has been established to help provide college educations for Jadys three children. The family asks that instead of sending flowers or plants to her memorial, please go to the gofund me page set up for the educational trust fund of Jadys children:
http://www.gofundme.com/jadys-childrens-scholarship-fund
The world is a little darker now that Jady is gone. Godspeed Jady, we love you and will keep your memory alive for your beautiful children, all your friends, relatives and loved ones until we meet again.
Published on December 20, 2016
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