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Jimmy Earl Jones

Jimmy Earl Jones was born on February 29th 1944 in Henderson, TX, to his loving mother (Christine Jones) and father (Jimmy T. Jones). Jimmy Jones relocated with his family as a teenager to Arizona around 1958 which he attended Westwood High School alongside his two brothers Sunny Jones and Joe Jones. Jimmy E. Jones branched off to start a family of his own in 1968 with his loving wife Dorothy Jones who he remained married to for over 51 years. In this marriage Jimmy Jones and Dorothy Jones went on to purchase a home in Chandler, Arizona where they had 5 children of their own. Jimmy E. Jones was a proud employee for the City of Chandler for over 30 plus years. Jimmy Jones retired in 2007 to focus on his family and fatherhood. During Jimmy’s retirement he became an outstanding father figure to his foster children and went on to become the only father they have known. Jimmy and Dorothy Jones open their hearts and their home but Jimmy Jones was so much more than just an amazing husband, father, brother, grandfather and friend. What we will truly miss about Jimmy Jones is his amazing smile his joy for cooking and of course who can forget them amazing home grown greens that you could never find that bottle of Tabasco hot sauce tucked away next to him. Jimmy E. Jones is survived by his wife Dorothy Jones, his children Jimmy Jones Jr. (Tucka), Jeanette Daniels, 3 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren David Jones, 4 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild Sheree Baldenegro, 4 grandchildren his beloved foster children … Jose Jones, Meagan Jones, Jeremiah Jones, Jewnisha Jones, Anthony Jones, John Jones, Shawn Glasco, Sanandreas Ayala. Preceding him in death his parents Christine and Jimmy Jones, his brother Joe Jones, his daughter Lisa Woods whom his two granddaughters are survived, his foster son Christopher Jones.

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  • Wanda Posted September 27, 2019 6:23 AM

    I am so sorry about the loss of your loved one Jimmy. My condolences and prayers are truly with you. And may “the God of all comfort” console you during this time of sorrow.

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