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Charles D. Hayne

SoVaNow.com / March 14, 2017


Charles D. Hayne died Friday March 10, 2017 at age 83.

He was born in Long Island, N.Y. and moved to Spring Lake, N.J. in 1942, where he grew up. He attended Saint Margaret’s Grade School, Red Bank Catholic High, Montclair State (BA), Newark State (MA), Univ. of Wyoming (6 year Level), NSF Institute, and RUTGERS-The State University (ED.D.). He began teaching in 1956 in Manasquan ( eighth grade science and math). He spent two years on active service in US Army Chemical Corps (one year at Seventh Army HQ, Stuttgart, Germany). He returned to Manasquan Elementary School in 1958 and moved to Manasquan High School in 1959 (science). Charles was appointed chairman of the Science Department in 1971, teaching chemistry and qualitative analysis.

He was a life member of the National Education Assoc., former member of the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, member of the NJ Science Teachers Association, the Monmouth County Education Association, and the NJ Education Association. Charter Member of Council 5611 Knights of Columbus (third degree). Corresponding secretary of the Spring Lake Area Chapter of Deborah Hospital Foundation. He was a member of St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church. He was a member of the Clarksville Ruritans, The United States Power Squadron, and Durham Sail & Power Squadron and a fourth degree member of the Knights of Columbus.

Charles loved to travel, cook and telling stories. He traveled most of the United States and all of western Europe as well as China and Africa. He occasionally cooked meals for the Ruritans and the Knights of Columbus. The man did not eat to live, but rather lived to eat. Based on his audience, Charles would embellish his stories with alternative facts.

He is survived by his brother, Raymond G. Hayne and sister-in-law, Madolyn V. Hayne; his nieces and nephews, Frances L. Moore, Raymond T. Hayne, Patricia Ann Hayne and Charles R. Hayne, 11 grandnieces & nephews, and 13 great grandnieces & nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles G. Hayne and Thelma L. Hayne.

A mass will be held Friday, March 17, at 9:30 a.m. at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Clarksville, VA.

In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice.

Watkins Cooper Lyon is serving the family and invites you to share memories and offer condolences at http://www.wclfh.com.

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