Another Angel in the Outfield Marty Brett Haynie 46, passed away at his home in Giddings, TX surrounded by his loving dedicated family, after fighting a courageous battle with ALS, (Lou Gehrigs Disease). Marty was born in Salt Lake City Utah to Paul and Mary Lee Haynie on July 25, 1967. He grew up in West Valley City, Utah where he graduated from Granger High School in 1985. Marty married Cindy Berry and her children, Stormie and Quade on October 29, 1993. Together they lived in Utah, Nevada, Arizona and Texas, where they shared many great memories of meeting new people and making everlasting friends. As a father he was heavily involved in Little League Baseball, Football as well as an undefeated Softball team. The hours he spent at the practice pen and at the motocross track helping us achieve our goals are deeply appreciated and will never be forgotten. Marty was an avid sports fanatic. He was involved in football, basketball and baseball from Little League through High School. Marty inherited his dads love and knowledge for the game of baseball. After a lot of hard work and dedication he earned a baseball scholarship and played for Dixie Junior College and Eastern Washington University, where he was selected as an All-Conference Player. Marty later graduated from Southern Utah University with a Bachelors Degree in Science. He started his baseball coaching career at Dixie College in 1989, under Coach Gordon Jolley. His ability to inspire players and others to play or perform to the best of their ability was one of his greatest qualities. After beginning his coaching career at Dixie College he went to Riverton, WY and coached the American Legion baseball team for 2 years. After returning to Southern Utah he began coaching the Cedar American Legion team, he also coached at SUU, Beaver High School, Texas State College, UTPA, and Wharton Junior College. Many will agree that Marty was fair as a coach and was respected by all that crossed his path, he changed the lives of many, what made him great was he held everyone accountable for their actions. While coaching he still worked fulltime jobs for J&J Building Supply, Anderson Lumber and Sunroc products. While living in Texas he started working in the oilfield where he was presently employed by Gasfrac, Energy Solutions. He was as dedicated to his work as he was to his coaching, throughout all he always found time for his family, and for that we are very grateful. Marty loved to have fun and was usually the life of the party. When not coaching he enjoyed being outdoors, hunting, fishing and spending time with family and friends. He loved sitting around campfires, telling stories and cracking jokes. It wasnt until recently that we realized his main purpose was to teach us unselfishness. From his players to his friends and family he was all about Unselfish acts . Marty is survived by his wife Cindy, daughter Stormie and son Quade all of Giddings, TX. His father Paul and wife Roxie, sister Millicent Carrasco (Chuck), brother Mike (Krishna), 6 nieces and many other players, friends and family that will miss him dearly. He is preceded in death by his mother, Mary Lee Haynie, Grandparents, and a special mother in law/friend, Jean Hughes. We are sure that there was a lots of hugs in heaven as they welcomed him. Services for Marty will be at 12:00 noon, Friday, September 20,2013 at the Heritage Center 105 North 100 East (next to Lins) in Cedar City, UT. There will be a viewing Thursday evening at Southern Utah Mortuary from 6 to 8 pm and from Friday from 10 to 11:30 am at Heritage Center prior to services. Interment will be at the Cedar City Cemetery under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary. Online condolences can be sent to www.sumortuary.com. He will always be in our field of dreams.