LOUDON, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County native Victor Haynes passed away suddenly last week at his Knoxville home.

On Saturday, Loudon County Sheriff Tim Guider and Chief Deputy Jimmy Davis announced that LCSO Corrections Deputy Victor Haynes had been discovered deceased at his residence in Knoxville from natural causes.  Deputy Haynes served Loudon County as a Corrections Deputy and had a reputation for being kind and funny according to his colleagues who served beside him.
Victor Haynes graduated from CCHS in 1980.
“At an agency our size, each member of this sheriff’s office is a piece of this family, and Victor certainly did his part to bring a lot of positive and good to our family”, said Chief Deputy Jimmy Davis.  Our agency is hurting and mourning the loss of Deputy Haynes, and we want his family to know that we mourn for them as well as they navigate these difficult times.
Services for the 1980 Campbell County High School graduate are today.  Haynes family receives friends Monday from noon until 2 pm at Walters Funeral Home.  Funeral services follow at 2 pm with the interment at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Victor Haynes was 58-years old.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/13/2020-8AM)

One Reply to “Haynes was a well loved corrections deputy”

  1. I’ve asked after Victor for years, but was never lucky enough to find him and reconnect after high school. I’m happy he was serving in law enforcement. Rest in Peace, my long lost friend.

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