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Alonso DeWayne Jones

San Antonio, Texas

May 16, 2003 – Feb 10, 2020 (Age 16)


May 16, 2003
February 10, 2020
San Antonio, Texas


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Porter Loring Mortuary North Obituary

Alonso DeWayne Jones, age 16, was born on May 16, 2003, in Fort Carson, Colorado to Albert DeWayne Jones, Sr. and Michelle Jones. He was a sweet and loving boy whose contagious smile always made others happy. Alonso loved camping, swimming, playing video games with his sisters, and wanted to be...

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he was one of my close friends untul this day i still think about him he was so funny man i love him and ik hes watching over me and i am glad that hes taking care for me

I miss Alonso - he was one of the first friends I made at Lopez. He would always joke with me everyday about krabby patties and gave me Pokémon cards.

Happy birthday in Heaven Alonso. Thank you for being a good friend.

~ John Lewis

May this precious child rest in peace! I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

I did not know Alonso, nor his family. I learned of him today while at church. To his beloved family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. May God hold each of you in the palm of his hand, and bring you peace.

Im am so unbelievably sorry for your loss and I leave my thoughts and prayers with you. May Alonso rest easy and happily where he be.

I remember he used to tell me everyday that I was beautiful. He told me I looked good. He told me I looked dazzling (haha) And it really meant a lot to me because I struggled with accepting my looks and face. I used to wear this vineyard vines shirt with a whale on the back and he loved it so much he would trace the whale. The whale has been so worn by his fingers that now it is cracked. He used to draw superheroes for me and my friend. He once made a petition to remove the sign from the...

May his precious soul Rest In Peace.

Prayers and peace to your family

I am so thankful to have been blessed by Alonso. He made me laugh all the time. From goblin sausage for snack to drinking all the hot sauce at lunch, he was always making me laugh. His happiness was contagious. I remember him mostly as a first and third grade student but he forever touched my life. I will always cherish my memories with him.