George-Jones-Obituary

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George Leslie "Les" Jones

Seneca, South Carolina

Jul 8, 1948 – Jan 25, 2020 (Age 71)

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BORN
July 8, 1948
DIED
January 25, 2020
AGE
71
LOCATION
Seneca, South Carolina

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George Leslie "Les" Jones, 71, husband of Jane Mahaffey Jones, passed away Saturday, January 25, 2020 surrounded by close friends and sons at Lake Jocasse. Les was born in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, a son of Sadie Attaway Jones of Clemson and the late George Carlisle Jones. Les was a...

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We were very saddened to learn of Les' passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jane, Carlyle, Kat, Blake and all of the family.

Jane, I just learned of the loss of your husband. You and your family will be in my prayers. May God wrap his loving arms around you and lift you up during this difficult time.

Jane and family, I am so sorry about the loss of Les. He was definitely one of a kind and will be missed by many of us. Prayers for comfort during this time.

Jane, I worked with Les for many years on projects for the university that involved Corps of Engineers land and he was ALWAYS a pleasure to work with! Over the years he became my "go to" guy for anything related to Clemson University issues. He always made me smile and could always get the job done! His friendship was a blessing and he will be truly missed. May God comfort you and your family during this difficult time. I am blessed to have known Les Jones.

Jane, how I shall treasure the time with you and Les after the Christmas Parade.
I am so sorry for your sudden and immense loss. You will be in my thoughts and
prayers as you honor his memory.

Jane, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Please know you are I. My thoughts and prayers

It was a true shock when I recieved the phone call of Les's passing. I really enjoyed being around Les. He was always a friendly, sociable guy. He made people around him happy as he always smiles and jokes. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. I met Les thru the ESSO and always enjoyed his stories. My thoughts also to his group of friends at the ESSO. I know they will miss him dearly.

Jane,
Bobby and I were so sorry to hear your sad news- Please know you and your beautiful family are in our thoughts and prayers- Love you-

Jane, I was saddened to hear about Les. You and your children will be in our thoughts and prayers.