Marie A. JONES
January 12, 1949 ~ July 28, 2006
Mrs. Marie Annette Jones, of Farmington & formerly of Park Hills, MO. passed away early Friday evening, July 28, 2006, at Camelot Nursing Center, Farmington, at the age of 57 years, 6 months & 16 days. Marie was born January 12, 1949, in St. Louis, Missouri & was the daughter of Donald L. Greenlee, Sr. & Erma Jean 'Rodgers' Greenlee. Marie was also preceded in death by her husband, Roy Dean Jones (1999); 2 Sons: Richard Dale Darian (1997) & Damian Darian (1995); 1 Brother, Donald L. Greenlee, Jr.
Marie was: * a member of Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church & * worked as a Corrections Officer at Farmington Correctional Center.
Survivors Include: 1 Sister, Sue Whitaker, of Lonedell, MO; 1 Grandchild: Kelsie Darian, of Park Hills; 1 Sister-In-Law: Wanda Jones, of Farmington; 1 Niece: Diane 'Mrs. Bryan' Douglas, of Lonedell, MO; 1 Nephew: Jeff Wohlbold, of Winfield, MO; Special Friends: Dude & Laura Kitchell, of Bonne Terre; Mickie Hodge; Otis & Bessie Brooks; & Rev. David & Marilyn Bates, all of Farmington
Visitation: Monday, 5-8 pm. Visitation resumes Tuesday, 7-8:30 am.
Funeral: Tuesday, 10:00 a.m., August 1, 2006,
at: Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church with Rev. David Bates & Rev. Roger Hogan officiating.
Interment: St. John's Apostles Catholic Cemetery, in Bismarck, MO.
Memorials: * Farmington First Free Will Baptist Church.
My sympathy to Marie's family on her passing. I know she endured a noble struggle with her lengthy illness. She was an inspiration to all who knew her, and talked very lovingly of her granddaughter. No matter how poorly she was feeling, she was always pleasant and appreciative. She will be missed.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. ~From a headstone in Ireland~ With wishes for all the strength you need to move through the days, Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to the family. Marie will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved her.
Kelsie, Know that you are always in our thoughts and prayers. We know that you loved your Grandma very much, and she loved you more than you could ever imagine. Remember that you now have a very special guardian angel.
MY deepest sympathy to the family of Marie. It was an honor to care for such a precious woman during this difficult time. Always remember that your memories last forever and someday we will see her again.
I last talked to Marie only one year ago and now I am so taken by her passing. I miss her and I miss all that we could now share…she is forever embedded into my memory…I will always wish for more. Roger
Gram I love you and Miss you and you were a Grate Friend