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James Jones Jr.

West Point/lafayette, Indiana

1936 - 2018 (Age 81)

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James Jones, Jr.West Point/Lafayette - James 'Jimmy' Jones, Jr. age 81 passed away at 2:37 p.m. Thursday, March 8, 2018 in Franciscan St. E. East Hospital, following an extended illness. Jimmy was born in rural Fountain County, August 13, 1936, son of the late James L. and Edith Marie Shamp...

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We are so sorry for your loss. May your many memories bring you comfort at this difficult time. Jimmy will definitely be missed by the West Point community.

He once told me I was a pretty as a speckled pup, I took it as a compliment....I think. His humor will be missed. My condolences to his family.

So sorry for your loss bonnie...jim and i loved him and didnt know of this until tonight. Since not living on corner anymore and in river road.lose things going on there. Prayers to you all.

Even though the first and only time at your great-granddaughters birthday party you made a wonderful impression on me, and I could see how much you loved her. She said that you made her birthday party wonderful and that she loves you. Prayers of strength and love to your family. As I know a part of you will always be with them

Jimmy will be missed he was a great person who always made me laugh I will miss him going pass
My house serveral times daily and often stopping if he saw me out or if I needed some help
So sorry to his family who I also have a great friendship with

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.


Traci and Shawn Wright

So sorry for your families loss. The stories that will be told, will make everyone laugh and smile.

We are sending our Condolences to all of the Jones family Jimmy was a good guy and will be miss. Sorry to hear of his passing.
Darrel Verhey & Family

Jim was a great guy. I worked for jimmy and his Dad shelling corn and putting up hay when I was a kid. He will be missed but a lot of great memories. of him God Bless Him and the Family. Alan Thompson Battle Ground Indiana and a West Point Cadet.