What a wonderful person and friend. He was a great friend to my father Fred Axt and our family. I remember when I was in college living across the street from his Texoma place he would take me to dinner often. I was so glad to see him celebrate his 100th Bday. Ed we will miss you so much.
While I did not have the honor of knowing or serving with Mr. Jones, he is a navy and submarine brother. Thank you for your service to your country sir, and now at long last sailor you have eternal fair winds and following seas. We send our condolences to his family and friends.
Keith F. Post, Executive Director
St. Marys Submarine Museum
St. Marys, GA 31558
Our condolences to all of Ed's family, friends and loved ones! We are especially grateful for his service in the U.S. Submarine Force during WWII! May God bless his loved ones with peace, comfort them, and heal the broken hearts. For a true "Brother of the Phin" we say, "Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch. We salute you. Rest in peace." -- Rev. Ray Fritz, National Chaplain United States Submarine Veterans, USSVI.
Mr. Ed I will always remember your sweet smile and the growls you used to give me. I will surely miss you
So wonderful to have the time with Mr. Jones to record some of his life stories and to participate in so many birthday parties. You were great to choreograph with Randy Bridges for Putting on the Ritz, such great memories. Keep dancing with Helen and say hi to the puppies, with love, Sharon