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George O. Jones

1930 - 2021

Saint Louis


Jones, George O., (90) of Saint Louis, Missouri, was born to Grover and Harriette "Hattie" Jones and entered into rest Saturday, February 6, 2021 in Saint Louis, Missouri.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife, Mary Fanella Jones and his sister, Cleatus Lorene Schmidt.

He is survived by, three (3) children, G. Andrew “Drew” (Charlinda) Jones, Tim (Annapurna) Jones and Ruth (Betsy Green)...

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Marilyn Davis

February 12, 2021 12:57 PM

As a single person I found his advice often sound.  He was my family minister.  He preformed my marriage, blessed my children,  and reminded me to live in the moment, not rushing to the next stage of life.  I miss his gentleness and perseverance, his faith and joy.

Mirsada and Zekija

February 11, 2021 3:19 PM

With love for George. We will miss you.
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Todd Davison

February 11, 2021 8:09 AM

I remember George as a kind and gentle soul with a twinkle in his eye.  We shared good humor in some very comic situations.  No matter how outrageous the surroundings, George just sat and smiled.  A lovely man who will be missed.

Larry Mello

February 10, 2021 9:50 AM

I never met George, but I work with his daughter Ruth. She talked about him often during this trying portion of his life. It was very evident she loved him very much. I'm sure all who knew him (and even those who only knew him through others) will miss him. I'm very sorry for everyone's loss.

Jeanne Koch

February 9, 2021 9:35 PM

I remember George Jones to be a very kind and intelligent member of our church.  He helped in so many ways.  He cared about the Christian education of our youth. He was the expert for the sound system at the Kirkwood congregation.   He greeted everyone with his sincere smile and made everyone feel welcome as they entered the church.  He was always the same whenever and wherever he would go.  He radiated God's love in his demeanor and personality.  He was and still is always serving our Lord.

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