Haynes, Bob

Photo of Bob Haynes and Tom Ludowitz taken by Dick Gardner (circa 1947) at the burned out Mt. Lowe Hotel.

Photo of Bob Haynes and Tom Ludowitz taken by Dick Gardner (circa 1947) at the burned out Mt. Lowe Hotel.

From a photo collage in the 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook.

From a photo collage in the 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook.

From a photo collage in the 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook.

From a photo collage in the 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook.

Bob Haynes 1945

Bob Haynes 1945

 

This photo was taken by Richard Gardner on Mt. Lowe at the site of the burned out hotel that was operated by the Mt. Lowe Railway in the early years of the 20th Century. Richard recalls that back in the middle 40s you could hike to the site along the old railroad right of way, and that is what they did just before the photo was taken. He can't recall the names of their dates (he believes they are not Mar-Ken students – does anyone recognize them?), but the guys are Tom Ludowitz, class of '46 on the left, and Bob Haynes on the right.

This photo was taken by Richard Gardner on Mt. Lowe at the site of the burned out hotel that was operated by the Mt. Lowe Railway in the early years of the 20th Century. Richard recalls that back in the middle 40s you could hike to the site along the old railroad right of way, and that is what they did just before the photo was taken. He can’t recall the names of their dates (he believes they are not Mar-Ken students – does anyone recognize them?), but the guys are Tom Ludowitz, class of ’46 on the left, and Bob Haynes on the right.

Bob Haynes

Bob Haynes, class of 1945, went into the service when the Korean War started. He became a fighter pilot. After the war was over he stayed in the Air Force and was a flight instructor. He was killed in an aircraft training accident some time in the mid 1950s. (Source: Richard Gardner).

From the 1944 Mar-Ken Yearbook, Transvia, “Sophomore Biographies”:
BOB HAYNES was born in Berlin, Germany. He is a proud citizen of this country, however and has traveled around it much. The athletic type he considers swimming one of his favorite sports.

From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, Senior Broadcast page:
BOB HAYNES – was born in Berlin, Germany, August 4, 1938, is principally occupied in the field of sports. His greatest talent is acting and chief characteristic is that terrific sun tan. He can be found saying “Gee Whiz”, at the sight of a steak. Bob is destined to do a great deal of traveling.

Bob was a member of Los Buenos Vecinos (The Good Neighbors, Spanish Club) in 1945.

From a photo collage in the 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook.
From a photo collage in the 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook.
This photo was taken by Richard Gardner on Mt. Lowe at the site of the burned out hotel that was operated by the Mt. Lowe Railway in the early years of the 20th Century. Richard recalls that back in the middle 40s you could hike to the site along the old railroad right of way, and that is what they did just before the photo was taken. He can’t recall the names of their dates (he believes they are not Mar-Ken students – does anyone recognize them?), but the guys are Tom Ludowitz, class of ’46 on the left, and Bob Haynes on the right.
Photo of Bob Haynes and Tom Ludowitz taken by Dick Gardner (circa 1947) at the burned out Mt. Lowe Hotel.