Carroll G. Jones
February 5, 1922 - December 25, 2011
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Wednesday 12/28

Carroll G. Jones Graveside services for Carroll G. Jones, age 89, of Ruston, will be 3:00 P.M. Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at Pines Memorial Gardens in Ruston, LA. Rev. Brian Mercer will officiate the service. Visitation will be prior to the service from 12:00 P.M. until 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, December 28, 2011 at Kilpatrick Funeral…

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Adriene Nelson left a message on January 7, 2012:
When I heard that Mr. Jones had passed I could not believe it. We use to joke that he has been through too much and was too tough to die of anything besides old age. I want you guys to know that my heart is heavy and I loved Mr. Jones as though he was a member of my family and I hate that he is not here to see how much I actually learned from him. I just want to thank each of his daughters for sharing him with me. Just know my family and I will keep you in our prayers. Please take care of yourselves.If there is anything I can do to help out in any way please dont hesitate to let me know.
Karen Cummings Burwell left a message on January 2, 2012:
I was so sorry to hear about your dad. We had so much fun with all of you growing up.I was looking at pictures on Christmas Eve with Mother and Daddy and Motherwho has alz. asked if he was still alive. I said yes and Daddy said he needed to call him. Then he died the next day. Daddy felt so bad. It was a picture of them holding up some fish they had caught. Those fish fries were so good. We remember your daddy would help clean up and wipe the table, but most of the crumbs went on the floor. Daddy said that when your mom died that your dad said that he would not be able to dance to some song that Daddy and she loved to dance to until heaven. Your mom's laugh is unforgetable, also. Daddy is 89 and has memory issues, but not too bad. Mother is really doing good at this time. She went through a rough time, but her meds are better and she is more like herself. Well, I just wanted ya'll to know we thought alot of both of them. Remember when we would play on the phone. That was fun. Helaine is doing fine with 3 grandkids and I have 2. I hope all is well with all of you!
Tanya Norred left a message on December 30, 2011:
Debbie, So sorry to hear about your Dad. He was a very special man. He will be missed. Always enjoyed talking to him when he came into the Clerk's office in Jonesboro. Tanya
Valerie Lee left a message on December 28, 2011:
Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow. My condolences to Ivy Lincoln and his family.
Minnie and Jimmy Mize left a message on December 28, 2011:
Jimmy and I were saddened to hear of Carroll's death. He was a wonderful man, a great friend, and we have many fond memories. Trust in God to see you through, and know we are remembering you and your family in our prayers.
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Susan Digilormo left a message on December 27, 2011:
Carroll was a true southern gentlemen whose word was as good as gold - and with a remarkable work ethic well into his 80's. He really was a joy to work with and it was my privilege to have known him. I'm smiling as I write this just thinking about some of his stories - and his creativity in getting things done was amazing. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to his family. Please know that I will always remember him fondly. He was such a fine man.
Helaine Cummings Maley left a message on December 27, 2011:
Dear Barbara,Pam,Debbie and Becky, Mother, Daddy, Karen and I were so sad to read about your Dad's death in the paper today. I so remember the fun times we used to have as families together because of our parents' friendship--cooking all that fried fish, hushpuppies and anything else they desired! But mostly I remember the smile on your Dad's face--telling jokes and stories of all kinds. What a wonderful life he had--Daddy reminded me what he did to earn the Purple Heart and many other metals--what an amazing man! We are all grateful for having known him and your precious Mother, too. Our love to all of you and your families, Jim and Ida Cummings, Helaine Maley and Karen Burwell
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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