Stanley-JONES-Obituary

In Memory Of

Stanley Tyler JONES

Eureka, California

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Heaven has gained another angel. Remember Stanley from High School, he was always making me laugh. God Bless him and his family that is left behind. Let this not be a time of sorrow but of joy knowing he is heaven bound.

When I wrote Stan's obituary from here in California, I didn't have all the correct information.

For those of you that knew Stan, you knew that the Robert I referred to was not Catarelli but Robert Wedden. My apologies to Robert for the error. Robert knew it was him I was writing about as being Stan's best friend. I'm sorry for any confusion this may have caused.

I can see Stan shrugging his shoulders, flashing his quirky grin and assuring me by saying "it is...

So sorry to hear about Stanley, have many memories of him as a teenager.

So sorry to hear about Stanley, sorry for your loss Jones Family. He was too young.

FROM: MARY AND KIDS...CASSIDY,BUBBA,AND JAELYN

~Stan all happy after hanging the swing & pushing Jaelyn~Man they ha away with each other~

R.I.P Stan you were one of a kind me and my children are gonna miss you so much..I had some of my best times with you buddy and I loved you like no other.You always brung a smile to my face when nothing else would.Our last trip to kissimme river was the last place I went with you.I remember being scared of falling off the Jet Ski all because it was getting dark and had the biggest fear of alligators and you removed that fear by making sure you proved a point and threw me off lol..You are...

So sorry for your loss Jones family! I loved having you all as our neighbor growing up! Stanly was one of a kind!

R.I.P..... stan the man

Stan being Stan.

Stan, I'll light a candle on your birthday and remember fun times. Missing you little brother. I imagine you racing the wind in heaven.

Obituary

Stanley's Obituary

JONES, Stanley Tyler, loving son, youngest brother and friend, a lifelong resident of Sebring, Florida, is now in the big Baja race in the sky. He passed away at his home on November 4, 2012, at age 46. Stan lived most of his life on a fast track. He was happiest when he was racing, and was...

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