Marylin Haynie

Marylin Haynie, 90, of Denton, who helped establish the John and Marilyn Hayne Trumpet Scholarship with her husband, the late John Haynie, Professor Emeritus of music, died June 21. She met John at the University of Illinois, where she attended school, and served as principal flute in Concert Band and Symphony Orchestra. She and John married in 1951, and the couple moved to Denton when John came to UNT’s College of Music. Marilyn traveled alongside John, playing piano during his trumpet performances, and assisted in recruiting students for his UNT trumpet studio. She also taught piano and flute, volunteered at Hodge Elementary School and was involved in Pi Beta Phi, Meals on Wheels, the Women’s Association and more.

 

Marylin Haynie, 90, of Denton, who helped establish the John and Marilyn Hayne Trumpet Scholarship with her husband, the late John Haynie, Professor Emeritus of music, died June 21. She met John at the University of Illinois, where she attended school, and served as principal flute in Concert Band and Symphony Orchestra. She and John married in 1951, and the couple moved to Denton when John came to UNT’s College of Music. Marilyn traveled alongside John, playing piano during his trumpet performances, and assisted in recruiting students for his UNT trumpet studio. She also taught piano and flute, volunteered at Hodge Elementary School and was involved in Pi Beta Phi, Meals on Wheels, the Women’s Association and more.