Joseph M. Jones

June 20, 1958 ‒ June 26, 2015

Fredericktown, Ohio

Joseph M. Jones, age 57, of Fredericktown passed away on Friday, June 26, 2015 at his home.

He was born on June 20, 1958 in Cincinnati, Ohio to A.J. and Christine (Eads) Jones.

Joseph is survived by his wife of over 34 years Jacqueline (Butler) Jones; daughters Jessica (Willy) Hamilton, Amanda J. Jones; his son Johnathan L. Jones; four grandchildren, Trenton Skirvin, Winter A. Hamilton, Jacqueline A.H. Jones-Fissel, Lily Hamilton, Aria Wetzel; and his sister Dawn Gray.

There will be a celebration of life service held at the Lucas Lutheran Church at a later date.

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The Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Joseph M. Jones.

  • Uncle Joe was one of the most caring and giving men I have ever had the privilege of meeting in my life. There was nothing he wouldn’t do for a family member or a friend. Growing up around him helped shape me into the man I grew up to be. There are no words that can take the pain or sorrow left by his absence away.My heart goes out to his entire family in this moment of loss. I love you Uncle Joe and I take solace that you’re not hurting anymore.

  • Joe was a man a great character, he stood up for working people’s rights and defended those less fortunate himself. He was a good and honest man deserving of the highest place in heaven. He will be missed greatly and his legacy will live forever. May his soul rest in peace and may God bless and comfort his family during this sorrowful time.

  • Joe, was one of my best friends. Him and I wired a few houses together and

    celebrated after we got paid of several occasions. Joe was always joking around

    with me and I returned as good as I got. We had a good time together and I will

    miss him a lot. God has been there for Joe many times and I guess it was his time.

    I can only hope he is there for him in heaven. May God bless Joe and his family.

    Joe will always be in my heart, and like a brother to me.

    Alan