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Wendel Ellis Jones 1956 - 2014

Wendel Ellis Jones

Sunday, July 13, 2014
my heart is saddened by his passing, havent seen him since i was a kid in dixon montana ,hook up again on fb, he will be missed.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Wendow was such good husband and father
take care of relative & famiy & friends all the time.We miss you and love you.
You are always in our mind.
Mali & HO Family ( Taipei, Taiwan)
Tuesday, April 08, 2014
The Jones family will forever be near and dear to the community of Dixon, MT, where they owned and operated the only store in town during the 70's. The Jones's were hard working people and well received into our small community. I was closer to Wendy's age but we all went to school together for several years. I believe I was a grade behind Wendy in Junior High and Al was in High School. I always remember him to be well-liked amongst his friends and he mostly hung out with Johnny Hernandez and Larry Pitts, but I recall Doug King and Mitch Siroky sometimes being a part of their group. Al was althletic and very muscular. I specifically remember him excelling in track, but I know he participated in other sports as well. He was a good brother to Wendy, protecting when necessary, but also menacing (LOL). I remember many a times hearing Wendy call out for her Mom because Al was teasing her, but how else would she know he loved her right? In my book of life I'm very happy to have a chapter titled "When the Jones's came to town", and I will forver cherish these memories. I don't know Al's family and only have pictures of Wendy's, but please feel comfort in knowing that Al was a good person in the memories of many. May God be with you all in this very difficult time. Be strong Wendy and give your Mom a hug for me.

Love you,

Leenie (Morigeau) Marion & Family
Native of Dixon, MT
Monday, March 31, 2014
The Jones family came into our lives in the fall of 1996. Our first impression of Wendel was a man with gentle spirit, love and care for his family, and a dedication to provide his son, Dylan, a bright future. We remember Wendel as an enthusiastic reader, a man of few words, insightful thoughts about education, technology, and everyday living. We will not forget Wendel as he has left to all of us his most precious legacy, Dylan, whom will perpetuate his Dad's kind heart for years to come. Dear Luli and Dylan, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jose & Barbara Penaloza
Kumon Math & Reading of Gilbert, AZ
Monday, March 24, 2014
While we didn't know Wendel, we are friends of his sister Wendy, brother-in-law Ron and their girls. We know his beautiful mother Noriko and have even had the opportunity to meet his son Dylan. Our heartfelt condolences to the entire family at this time. We know Wendel was a wonderful man, having come from such a loving family. I know he will be missed forever. May the happiest of memories sustain this family at this sad time. Love, The Swift Family, Roger, Donna, Hayden & Hannah, Costa Mesa, CA
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