Charles-Jones-Obituary

Charles Edward Jones

Phoenix, Arizona

1935 - 2018 (Age 83)

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Charles Edward (Bud) JonesPhoenix - Charles Edward (Bud) Jones, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, December 20, 2018, due to complications from a brain aneurysm. He was 83. A man known for his integrity, intellect, and empathy, he lived a life of service to family,...

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RIP Uncle Bud. Give my dad a big hug for me

My condolences are extended as you mourn the loss of your dear loved one. May you find comfort and strength to cope during this trying time. Psalms 90:10

May the many memories Bud helped create find root in your heart and bring priceless recollection to your mind as you both mourn and celebrate his wonderful life... and may God bless you as you deal with his passing.

Bud served his mission in France and Belgium with my brother, Joseph Dean Porter, and while he was with Jennings, Strouss, I was with Snell & Wilmer...so we have enjoyed a close personal and professional relationship over the years. I just had four cardiovascular...

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

To my Aunt Ann I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Bud passing away I'm so glad I got to see you all at my dad's services. I will always remember uncle Bud's kind heart and the memories I have visiting you when I was a child. My prayers are with you and your family. So sorry we can't make it to the services as since I last saw you my husband and I and our kids have moved to South Carolina. I'm sending you all my loveLove,The Darlings

Such wonderful memories of Brother Jones at Lo Mia. So sorry for your loss. We will be in Scottsdale for my Mom's memorial on Saturday - hard time of year to lose a loved one. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Matt & Tawni Sumsion

Please accept my condolences with much love and admiration! President Jones is a great example to me and influential during my missionary service in France. His leadership, traits and God bestowed gifts/talents are well worthy of emulation. I will treasure the experiences in France with him and his family forever in my heart. Love & Prayers to your entire family during this time of mourning. We mourn with you.

i first knew Bud in 1948 when my family moved to Lethbridge and I attended central school where we were both students, we attended The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter days together, became friends and stayed friends all of our lives. Bud was a true and trusted friend to all he knew, he was not judgmental, always saw the good in people and stayed friendly to all that knew him. We had some great times with fun and laughter included with he and Ann at their place in Az, our cottage in...