Sedro Woolley, Washington

Feb 22, 1920 – Feb 16, 2017 (Age 96)


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February 22, 1920-February 16, 2017Mary Charlotte Jones, RN, MSNMary Jones was born on February 22, 1920 in Sedro-Woolley, Washington, and left to join her sisters and parents on February 16, 2017, at age 96. She spent her final years in a memory care facility, where she was loved by all for her...

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My condolences for your loss may you find comfort in John 11:24 in the ability and promise of our creator.

It is never easy to lose a loved one, I pray you find comfort in Gods promise found at John 6:40 which says that soon we will see all our loved ones again. My deepest condolences to the family.

Mary was a dear friend of my mother, Barbara Elder. They met is Seattle when they worked together in surgery at Doctor's hospital. They had a lot of fun and laughs together, and remained friends despite our family's move to Nebraska in 1965. We would always visit Mary when we stayed with my Aunt Mary Beth in Seattle, and I recall much laughter. There was also much good-natured arguing over who had their facts correct about something that had occurred in the past.

My mother and...

I met Mary through her very good friends Mary Beth Carson and Ruth Bernnard.

She very soon became a "member" of our holiday dinner group. Her good humor and general outlook on life were a delight to behold as she dealt with the fact that she was the sole Republican in the midst of a table of Democrats!

I will always remember the happy times I spent with Mary present.

My condolences go out to her family. Knowing how much Mary enjoyed animals and...

Aunt Mary was such a wonderful, colorful person. We were invited to many "Jones" family gatherings, and she was always so interesting and full of laughter and stories. We will always be grateful to know her and family
and so admire her laughter, and accomplishments.

End? No, the journey doesn't end here. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass, and then you see it.

Mary was such a special person. I hired her to be a volunteer at the Seattle Convention Bureau and we had so much fun. She was always a delight. Keeping us entertained with her war stories (we had other volunteers who were also in the war). She told us about her other interests--her nieces and how they helped clean out her house and one had her army coat and how happy that made her. Also her AAUW meetings. Her interests abounded and that made her so interesting and a favorite of...