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Nichol Wayne Haney
Services for Nichol Wayne Haney, 32, of Temple, will be held at Heights Baptist Church on Saturday, December 4,2021 at 2:00 PM, with Billy Knion officiating. Burial will follow in procession to Holland City Cemetery.
Nichol Wayne Haney died on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at a local hospital.
Nichol Wayne was born on April 18, 1989 to Joe Allen Coffman & Debra Lee Haney in Temple, Texas. He graduated from Troy High School in 2007 and furthered his education at Temple Junior College in the nursing program where he obtained his Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate. He later ventured into sales. He spent his time playing or watching sports, fishing and playing video games. Nichol was a Pokemon and action figure collector. Nichol Wayne loved guns and was an excellent marksman. He was a standing member of the NRA. He took pride in his appearance and loved to dress well, travel and had an adventurous heart.
He is preceded in death by his father, Joe Allen Coffman, Uncle, David Wayne Haney, and grandfather Kelton Wayne Haney.
Survivors include his parents, Debra Lee Haney of Temple, and Janice and Kenneth Ralston of Little River; one brother, Robert Luke Haney of Little River, TX; two sisters, Hunter Lee Anne Haney Anderson Bowman and husband William Bowman of Daphne, AL, CharLee Rae Lynn Haney of Little River, TX; one nephew, William Chandler Bowman, six uncle's, four aunts, 34 cousins and countless friends.
Overnight viewing will be held at Young's Daughters Funeral Home on Friday, December 3, 2021 starting at 5:00 PM.
The Family requests in Lieu of Flowers please make a memorial donation in honor of Nichol Wayne to ILOF.com https://www.ilof.com/young-s-daughters-funeral-hom... or directly to funeral home at 4235 E. Bus 190 Temple, Tx 76501
Arrangements are under the care of Sabrina N. Young of Young's Daughters Funeral Home.
A candle was lit in memory of Nichol Haney
Tom and Karen Hurst Dec 7 2021 1:39 AM
Nichol was my nephew and bingo partner and he always had a smile on his face no matter how much pain he was in. He lite up a room with his infectious smile. He never had an unkind word to say about anyone. He will truely be missed.
Tracy Ralston Dec 3 2021 10:30 PM