Mr. John P. Haney-Gladney,” Traveled from his old home to his new home over in glory on Wednesday” December 21, 2016. The Service: Tuesday January 3, 2017 1:OOpm at Love Tabernacle 3146 N. Xanthus Pl. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74110 with Rev. Tony Maxville Senior Pastor and Rev. Eric Cotton, eulogist. Burial: Green Acres Memorial Gardens
On March 16, 1980 in Tulsa , Oklahoma a beautiful baby boy was born to Bessie Mays and John Paul Haney, they named him, John P. Haney. John grew up being the epitome of a young boy. He attended school in the Tulsa Public School system. He had a love for life and all that it could offer. John found gainful employment and worked for ABC Pallet Company of Tulsa.
John grew up under the wings of his father. He had the ability to work side by side with him and he often would know that his father had jobs that he would need to get done, John would get it done before his father’s feet would touch the floor.. He looked up to his father and unselfishly showed the love of a devoted son.
On December 21, 2016, John entered into eternal rest. God is the author and the finisher off all things. In life we must know how to enjoy the sun, accept the rain but always thank God for them both. John knew how to cry, how to laugh, how to smile but he also knew that his life was for loving his family and his friends.
Preceding John to the Eternal Gates of Heaven were his grandfathers; Binnie Edward Haney and , grandmother; Ardalia Grace Cotton – Anderson, four brothers; John Haney Jr., Donelle Haney, Ricky Haney and Benny Gladney and sister; Beverly Haney.
He leaves to mourn his memory; mother Bessie Mays- Gladney, father; John paul Haney both of Tulsa, Oklahoma, brothers; Anthony Williams, Ken Gladney, Ronnell Haney, John Edward Haney and Zae Brown and Terry Haney all of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sisters; Karen Warner, Sandra Haney, Bridgette Gladney, Jonniece Haney and Rica Lyons all of Tulsa, Oklahoma; a special niece; Nicole Hope Gladney and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles other relatives and friends. “When caring truly matters, DYER cares.”