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Don "Jonsey" Jones Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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February 20, 2017
Was in boot camp with Don back in 1969 platoon 297, Semper Fi Marine see you on the other side!
November 26, 2016
Don had a heart and shared it with many. He enjoyed life and retirement fully with his love, best friend and wife Donna. I admired his strength and patriotism.
You are missed.
November 25, 2016
My Sincere Condolences to your Wife Donna, and your Family and Friends...you took time with me teaching me how to handle people, engrave trophies along with other sides of the Sporting Goods Sales business, Rest in Peace Marine
November 25, 2016
Don had a lot of titles Marine,Husband, Father, Coach, Friend & Neighbor. I met Don later in life, turns out we had some of the same friends from Camden. As a Marine, he went to Vietnam, lost his 57 Chevy because it was taking up space in front of his moms house. He was a Marine who hated boats. He flew home from Vietnam and was disrespected at San Francisco airport, but it never changed his laid back attitude. I watched his kids grown up and was glad he was close to my family. I was lucky to have Don put up with me for eight years coaching Bellmawr Softball. We made great friends with kids & Families. I miss you Don but when I get there, put me in Coach!!!