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Mr. Alfonsa Haley
May 12, 1942 ~ January 17, 2024 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Alfonsa "Fonny" Haley, born on May 12, 1942, to the late Robert and Hanna Haley, was the youngest son of nine children. Known affectionately as "Fonny", he passed away on January 17, 2024.
Alfonsa engaged in diverse manufacturing roles other the course of his life. However, true fulfilment came in June of 1977 when he embarked on a dedicated and lengthy career at the Monsanto Chemical Plant in Trenton, MI, where he faithfully served for 30 years until his retirement.
In 1993, Alfonsa embraced active membership in Peoples Community Missionary Baptist Church, a sacred haven where he deepened his spiritual connection and forged a lasting bond with his beloved Juanita. Their union became inspirational beacon, characterized by years dedicated to mentoring and nurturing young Christian boys and girls, alongside serving countless years with the Men's Ministry.
Alfonsa is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Juanita, as well as sisters: Katherine, Vivian, Dorothy, Alice, Rosie, brothers: Robert and Rudolph, and step-son Napoleon has also passed away.
Surviving Alfonsa is his sister Marietta, along with three children: Toni Watkins, Lorenzo Haley, and Joy Haley. His legacy endures through not only his nine children-James Haley, Tiffany Findlator, Mary Riley, Collette Watkins, Brian Simmons, Dennard Bryant, Lorenzo Bonner, Morgan Bonner, and Gavin Haley-but also through step-son Octavius and step-daughter Trea. Futhermore, his memory is warmly embraced by five great-grandchildren, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, family members, and friends.