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Nancy S Jones

JONES Nancy S. of Stonelick Twp., Age 62. Beloved wife of Melvin H. Jones Sr. Loving mother of Laura (Clay) Begley, Amy Jones, Tessa Jones, Melvin Jones II and Eric (Katie) Jones. Dear sister of Lesley Hess, Mike (Donna) Hess, Steve (Wanda) Hess, and the late Gary, Larry and Timmy Hess. 14 Grandchildren. 6 Great-grandchildren. Services will be held at the convenience of the family.

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I am Teresa Hess Brown, her niece. I remember so many things about Aunt Nancy. She was only 11 when I was born. I was very used to her growing up. I remember her doing my nails. I remember getting into her things, her shoes, pantyhose because they were big girl stuff and I wanted to be a big girl too. I remember going to sleep with her,and her teasing me about the boogey man in the closet! I was scared of that closet! She told me later that she was too. I remember her getting mad if anyone said anything negative to me, and for sure no one could babysit me like she could! Aunt Nancy was my dads only sister, I am sure her and dad are up in heaven looking down on everyone. I will for sure miss you, but I am glad that you are not in anymore pain and breathing freely. Fly high sweet angel you will forever be missed.

Teresa Brown Oct 6 2016 10:08 PM

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melvin jones Oct 6 2016 5:11 PM

Nancy was my sister-in-law. Nancy was one of the most kind and loving people that I have ever known. She always welcomed me into her home no matter what was going on. I remember a time when I was young when Laura was a baby she made me believe that Laura's belly button made money. I was always checking to see if their was more money. She just continued to do it to make me happy. She always did different things to make people laugh. She will truely be missed. Remember we should all try to be a blessing to others like Nancy was!

samuel jones Sep 25 2016 7:25 AM

My moma..... How can i even put into words the memories an love she has shown or given... Mom was always there for me an my girls. She loved us so much an wanted the best for us all. I cant just pick one memory to post because they are all so important to me. An you cant share one without sharing all of the others. Moma was full of life love an laughter. An she made sure in everyone no matter if it was family or not.... Theres a legacy she leaves behind that can be told. An with that being said.... She will continue to live on through all of us. An thats just how she would have wanted it. An no other way. I love you moma. An thank you for everything. I hope an pray I am at least half the woman you were.

Amy Jones Sep 23 2016 6:24 AM

Nancy S Jones , was my sister in law and what a great blessing she was to me in this life that we all know ; thru the good times and the bad times that we shared . I'm very - very saddened that she had to leave all of us , but I am glad that I could call her my sister in law . She is in the spirit realm once again . Love Jeannie .

Jeannie Vaske Sep 21 2016 8:55 PM

I'm one of her granddaughters. Too many memories to list, but specifically I would just like to point out how much fun she was to be around. She had such a big heart for everyone, and loved us all so much. I know I would always call her goofy and she would say, "You wouldn't want me any other way." That holds true. She also said I would remember her for all of the goofy memories. I'm so grateful for all of my childhood memories spent with her. Whether it be spending the weekends with her and papaw and going to church, or her frequent visits to our house. I would wake up and see her and she would always pick and pick, but I would give anything to go back to those times, and give her a huge hug for being her. Getting our nails done together for a few homecomings, going to lunch, watching movies, napping all the time, and eating her delicious food will forever be a part of me. She helped shape the person I am today. I know she's looking down at all of us, and seeing how loved she was. She was a big part of so many lives. Fly high Nanny Sue. :green_heart:

Mellanie Bryant Sep 20 2016 11:44 AM

I'm her oldest daughter and I am full of memories and love because she made for sure of that.... Mom always made sure we were dressed nice and stayed clean she didn't like us getting dirty.... Mom lives on in all of us and we are like her in a lot of ways.... I remember dad going to work and mom moving the coffee table and cranking on some old rock and roll and just dancing with us and teaching us to dance.... She would laugh at us.... We were all spoiled by her with love and affection and that's the best way to spoil a child.... I am blessed because I got to have her as my mom.... I will forever carry her in my heart

Laura Begley Sep 20 2016 10:14 AM

You will be missed. I remember you use to pick on me when I was younger. Fly high beautiful. I love you <3

Katrina Myers Sep 19 2016 12:32 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Nancy Jones

Katrina Myers Sep 19 2016 12:31 PM

I was so saddened by Nancy's passing. I will never forget the fond memories of her. She was one of the funniest people to be around.She was able to effortlessly make everyone else have a good time. Rest in peace sister in law. Shirley and Calvin

shirley wohlford Sep 19 2016 11:22 AM

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