FREDERICK "FRED" JONES
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JONES, Frederick "Fred" Age 70, of Wesley Chapel, passed away February 19, 2021. He is survived by his loving wife of over 47 years Donna, 3 sons Michael (Martha) Jones, Gregory Jones and Jimmy Jones, his daughter Maureen Jones, 3 grandchildren whom he adored, Benjamin, Carly and Harry Jones. Also surviving are his sisters Debi (Edward) Collupy, Patricia Jones and Diane Jones. He was a retired United States Post Office employee and an honorably discharged and disabled veteran of the United States Air Force. He enjoyed spending time with his beloved family. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, Feb. 24 at Loyless Funeral Home in Florida.

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Published in Boston Globe from Feb. 22 to Feb. 23, 2021.
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February 28, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Simone Taylor
February 25, 2021
My deepest sympathy to the Jones Family for the loss of your loved one, Frederick, "Fred", and pray God gives you comfort, peace and strength.
JW/JKH
February 24, 2021
We were from the same neighborhood ion Dorchester. A lot of fun times hanging in “the schoolyard.” May Freddie find eternal peace. Condolences to Donna and his children.
Mary Keenan Crowley
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February 23, 2021
With deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers
Daniel Thompson
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February 23, 2021
Fred delivered my mail in Weymouth, Mass for years. We spoke often, usually about our time in Vietnam. Fred was a good guy. My heartfelt condolences to Fred's family.
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