Jesse-Jones-Obituary

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Jesse Dale Jones

Frisco, Texas

Sep 17, 1934 – Oct 21, 2017

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Carol and Scott--I was saddened to read of your loss. I remember the three of you as being close while you were in Las Cruces and Jesse being a strong cornerstone in your family. His spirit will always be with you. Sherry Hulsey

I'm honored to be here today to say a few things about a man who is truly loved and will be missed by many.
However, my relationship with Jesse didn't start out that way. In fact, even before I actually met Jesse, I had decided that I didn't like him and I wasn't going to. After all, he took Carol away from me.
Carol and Jesse made their first trip to CT and we were in my parent's basement looking at slides from somewhere Carol and Jesse had visited. Maybe even their wedding....

Beautifully written and captures his spirit totally. Mr. Jones was a genuinely good man and I will miss him. He welcomed me into his home like I was family from day one. He was always supportive and never short of a smile. I have so many good memories of him. J Scott Scott, and Mom Jones I am so sorry he is gone. He will always have a special place in our hearts. God speed Mr. Jones.

Jesse Dale Jones was a great man and a good role model for his family and friends. We will miss him so much. His memories will live on and remain in our lives. Rest In Peace, Uncle Dale we love and miss you.
Tony and Sue

Dad, I love and miss you so much. Thank you for all of the amazing ways you taught me to be a father and a man. I will never forget all of your lessons and I only can hope that I will be able to have a life as full as yours when I am done.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Staff of Stonebriar Funeral Home,
Frisco, Texas

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Jesse's Obituary

Jesse Dale Jones was born September 17, 1934 in Clovis, New Mexico to Elmore and Nell Jones. He had all the benefits of growing up in a small town, which he roamed freely as a child. His older sister Sondra sometimes tried to disown him, because of his shenanigans. He was known as Dale throughout...

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