In Memory

Jerry Jones

Jerry Vernon Jones Jr., 33, died March 27, 2005 in Grand Saline. He was born July 30, 1971 in Terrell. He was a member of Lakeside Baptist Church and was the AWANA Commander. After graduation from Wills Point High School, he joined the U.S. Navy, where he served during Desert Storm. He was a resident of Canton for five and a half years. He was employed at Wal-Mart.

He was preceded in death by sister, Anissa Kay Jones. Survivors include his wife of almost seven years, Sandi Jones, Canton; children - Kaylea Jones, Harrison Jones, Camden Jones and Kendyl Jones; parents, Jerry Vernon Sr. and Vickie Lee Sallings Jones, Wills Point; sister and brother-in-law, Elaina and Dennis Carr, Longview; grandmother, Nona Jones, Edgewood; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ray and Evaughn Lawley, Canton; and other relatives.

Services were held on March 30 at Lakeside Baptist Church, Canton, with Dr. Mark Moore officiating. Jerry is buried at Haven of Memories Memorial Park, Canton.

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07/15/08 02:43 AM #1    

Jana Lovvorn (Titsworth)

I remember Jerry as very outgoing! Friendly and he always had something funny to say.

07/28/08 09:15 AM #2    

Tracy White

Jerry (Bubba) was more than just a classmate to me. He was part of my family. I loved him very much. I still pray every night for his wife and children as well as his parents, Jerry and Vickie. He will never be forgotten!!

07/29/08 09:49 AM #3    

Johnny George

It was early morning, very cold outside, and there were about 12 of us standing in front of the double doors waiting for the bell. It was pretty quiet. I remember Jerry making this buzzing sound, like a fly buzzing around your ear. He was remarkably good at it, and in a few minutes he had us all cracking up. Always cordial and ready to spring a laugh. Hard to forget a guy like that.

08/03/08 12:28 AM #4    

Elizabeth Julian (Smith)

For those that did not get to attend Bubba's funeral it was amazing. I think the count was 700 in attendance. It was a true celebration of a life that was living for Christ. I was like wow what a true inspiration to the class of "89 to know someone had been out touching so many peoples lives. I love you Jerry "my cuz"!!!

04/13/12 10:24 PM #5    

Holly Mitchell (Lizama)

He was kind to everyone and had a smile that could brighten a room. His laughter could be heard through out the hallways!

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