Mickey G. Jones

Alamogordo, New Mexico


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Mickey past away at home surrounded by family on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2007. Mickey was born in Kingman, Ariz. in 1935.  He is survived by his wife Sherry; brother Bobby; sisters Tina and Sherrill; five daughters; nine grand children; nine great grandchildren and previous wife Edith Boren.  He...

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It was a pleasure knowing Mickey and I wish him peace and rest. He will be remembered throughout the Optimist family.

Our hearts go out to all of you. Mickey was a great optimist a good faitful friend one you could always depend on to get a task finished with quality written all over. You have our simpathy at this stressful time. You know, Mickey is now at peace with no more pain and suffering that in its self is a blessing.
Alta Vista Optimist Club. Iwill not be able to attend the service.

Dudley Young is out of town will not be able to attend. He also sends his simpathy to the family and...

Mickey was a great person and a great Optimist. All in the Optimist ranks will miss him, his humor and his kindness.

Hi Sherri
I'm totally shocked to hear of Mickey passing away. I'm totally sad to hear of this.I'm totally upset with myself that I could not say good bye to him. He was always very cheerful and smiling individual and was a pleasure knowing him as a man and being a friend of you and Mickey. From Myself and Beth and Timothy and Megan our sorrow goes out to you and your family during the Holiday Season. But we know God has the special workshop for Mickey to keep busy. Also to watch out for...

Sherry I last saw Mickey at Jeff's Graduation in May, I was so happy to see him, and glad that I got to say goodbye. I am thinking of you at this time. Love to you and your dear Mickey.

Mr. Jones,
Sir, I didn't know you but I would just like to say thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice for our Country when you served in the U.S. Army-especially when you served in Vietnam. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

The Sertoma Speedway snack bar will not be the same. I will miss you. Racecar driver #49.

Our condolences and prayers go out to you in your time of sorrow. We will truly miss him.