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In Loving Memory

Jones, Larry E.

Larry E. Jones Baptized into the Hope of Christ’s Resurrection on Monday, April 1, 2024.Beloved husband of Patricia A. Jones (nee Michel) for over 60 years; loving father of Daniel L. (Jane) Jones and David M. (Julie A.) Jones; cherished grandfather of Megan (wife Brittaney) Jones, Benjamin (Vannessa) Jones, Lauren (Matthew) Wilhelm, Jacob Jones, Hannah (Fiancee’ Marc Brown) Jones; great-grandfather of Sammantha Jones and Kennedy Wilhelm; our dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Larry was a successful business owner over 40 years; but his greatest joy was spending time with his family. He is gone… but never forgotten.

Services: Visitation at Mary Mother of the Church Thursday, April 4, from 10 a.m. until time of Mass 11 a.m.. Burial Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Alzheimers Association appreciated.ย  A KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL SERVICE.


8 thoughts on “Jones, Larry E.”

  1. Pat, Dan & David, so sorry to hear about Larry’s ( Husband & Father’s)passing. Send prayers for the entire Jones Family.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

  2. My company worked business with Larry and family many years. Always a good tussle with Larry ending with profitable results for us both. RIP Larry.

  3. ๐Ÿ™for Pat & family. Larry always helped Don when it was time for Pancake Breakfast at
    Mary Mother. He was very kind. He will be
    missed. Iโ€™m sure Don is there to meet him.

  4. With sadness and a heavy heart I offer my sincerest sympathies for Larry, Pat, and their family. Larry was a good man and a remarkable one at that, and he will be missed greatly. After college and service with the National Guard, Larry started his own company, very small, and grew it into a considerable business in eleven states with revenues of over 40 million dollars. It was a very competitive business and Larry would almost always be at work early in the morning. I talked with Larry every day about his business or on some company issue. I traveled with Larry to Dallas several times, also Houston, Oklahoma, Kansas City, and even Milwaukee., among other places, while sometimes visiting some colorful, if not memorable business people. We did manage to include a Astros game in Houston, and even a Chiefs game in KC, between some of those trips, and I was gratefully able to have dinner with my brother on one of the trips. Larry always made me feel welcome at his home, which I visited many times. Larry was a no nonsense Christian family man with an incredible good business sense. He always treated me well and I always respected him. Even In the last several years, despite his very considerable troubles, I never once heard him complain, and he would always ask about my son, even if the phone calls or visits were brief. I considered Larry a friend, aside from working for him for a long time as his Controller. The Priest said today at the Memorial Mass that Larry always wanted to give him a bag of candy, but Larry was always wanting to give a bag of candy to a whole lot of folks. Right before Halloween, most all of us received a huge box of candy, and at home all the neighborhood kids loved it because they got entire big candy bars instead of the regular little stuff. May the Good Lord, God Almighty continue to bless Larry, and his family, and I pray the Good Lord will lead and guide us all as we go forward and attempt to do His will and not our will. Love n Prayers, and May God Bless us all.


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