Jacque-Jones-Obituary

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Jacque R. Jones

Gary, Indiana

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Smith, Bizzell & Warner Funeral Home - Gary Obituary

Jacque R. Jones "Keezy" age 22, passed away June 29, 2014. He was a member of Greater First Church International, attended Gary Public Schools, formerly employed at XL Industrial (Clorox Warehouse).
Preceded in death by grandfather, Issac Moses.

Survived by his mother, Consuela India Jones; stepfather, Jesse Carter; father, Matthew Moses; son, Jacque R. Jones, Jr.; companion, Marquise Horton; maternal grandmother, Adline Jones; paternal grandmother, Carrie Moses, all of Gary, Indiana; maternal grandfather, Lawrence Jones, Decatur, Georgia; siblings, Talisha Moses, Shanterra Jones, Palashe Laws, Laslate Jones, Jaqwain Jones, Miya Moses; aunts, Elia Jones and Kimberly Moses of Gary; uncles, Chris Jones, Ala, Georgia; Michael Moses, Gary.


Funeral service July 10, 2014, 11 a.m. (Visitation 9 a.m.), Greater First Church International, 4862 Olcott Avenue, East Chicago, Indiana, Bishop Tavis L. Grant, officiating. Burial at Fern Oaks Cemetery, Griffith, Indiana. ~

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Hey India, I am so sorry to hear about your son prayers to you and your family, R.I.P Jacque.

INDIA YOU AND MY BROTHER POOLOU PLEASE STICK TOGETHER STAND BY EACHOTHER AND I WILL ALWAYS KEEP YOU AND YOURS IN MY PRAYERS....

To my loving family,

May God keep His loving arms around you all. God's love prevails. Doll I have you and your love ones in my prayer.

LOve your niece Lisa Andrew's oldest Daughter.

Jaque was the best guy ever..so sweet and giving..may he rest in peace...forever in my heart

Sorry for your loss. Sending my prayers to the family. I worked with him on a different shift at Exel Clorox.

May God comfort you in these times of need and wrap his loving arms around you be encourage

Rest in peace you are truly going to missed...

LORD GIVE THIS FAMILY PEACE..INDIA MY CONDOLENCES FROM MY SOUL TO YOU!!!

I send my love, huggs, and sincere blessings to my honorary family. I sorry I couldn't be there with you at this time but I can in spirit. Love you and remember Ja'que will always be with you.