Bonnie L. Jones

January 04, 1931 ‒ June 30, 2013

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Bonnie L. Jones, loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and beautiful soul, age 82, of 6 Woodberry Dr., Mount Vernon, Ohio, died peacefully Sunday June 30, 2013. Mrs. Jones was born January 4, 1931 in Marion, Ohio to George and Margaret (Johnson) Staub. She graduated from Galion High School and attended Bowling Green University.

Mrs. Jones had been employed as Office Manager of the Health Service Center at Kenyon College from which she retired in 1996 and previously taught in the Galion school system. She was a devout member of Faith Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon where her extended church family was dear to her.

Surviving are her son Kenneth (Micki) Jones Jr. of Commerce, Georgia; daughters Polly Harrington of Carmel, Indiana, Mary Lou Jones and Kay Jones-Mickley of Mount Vernon; grandchildren Jaison (Stephanie) Jones, Joshua (Katalina) Jones, John (Nicole) Doup, Tim (Darcy) Harrington, Alex Harrington and Katie Harrington; great grandchildren Tatum Jones, Burk Jones, Kallie Grace Jones and on the way Sadie Ryan Jones; her brother William Frederick (Ruth) Staub of Columbus; sister-in-law Marcia Staub of Westerville, sister-in-law Gloria Jones of Michigan, and many loved nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Kenneth Jones Sr., brother and sister-in-law Richard and Dorothy Staub, her brother George Staub, and brother-in-law Charles Jones.

A celebration of life service will be held Friday July 5, 2013 at 3PM at the Faith Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon, with Pastor Rev. Mark Wildermuth officiating. The family will receive friends at the church from 1:30PM until the service at 3PM. Private burial will be at Oak Grove Cemetery in Gambier.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Faith Lutheran Church, 170 Mansfield Ave., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.

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