Bunny Jones

19 August, 193818 March, 2021

Jones, Roland Grant "Bunny"; Suddenly at his residence, after a long battle with Parkinson's, at the age of 82. Beloved husband of 54 years to Patricia Jones (nee Jaffray). Loving father of Angela Jones-Schrader (Farley) and Grant Jones (Melissa). Dear brother of Esther McLauglin. Son of the late Annie and Allan Jones. Born and raised in Campbellford, where he met his wife, Patricia. He attended Campbellford High School and started his trade as an electrician at an early age. He was a longstanding member of the IBEW and worked with many companies throughout his career. He retired from Guild Electric in 1997. Bunny was devoted to his family. He enjoyed building and maintaining the family home. He also enjoyed traveling in his motorhome (which he built) and riding his motorcycle with Pat. Friends will be received from 1:00 pm on Saturday March 27, 2021. (By appointment only. Please RSVP to 705-745-4683. Facemasks and distancing are mandatory). In memory of Bunny, donations to the Parkinson's Foundation would be appreciated.


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Clare Robins

3 April 2021

There was a time in Campbellford when it was the thing to do to swim across the river just north of the old lift bridge, from the core wall at Turner's Garage on the west side to the core wall just behind the previous location of the Bank of Montreal on the east side, or vice versa. One summer evening, I ended up in the middle of the river at the same time as Bunny. Suddenly, to the south of us, there was a speed boat headed in our direction. Bunny told me to grab the back of his swimsuit and hang on tight. In the
available seconds, he was calmly treading water and calculating when to do the deep dive to take us both out of harm's way. Fortunately, in one of those seconds, the boat veered away from us, making it unnecessary to take evasive action.

R.I.P. Bunny. You were loads of fun to be around. You had a great laugh and a wonderful sense of humour.

Clare Robins

Linda & Mike Milne

25 March 2021

First of all we are sorry to hear of your loss. We grew up in the same neighborhood & lived across from Jones Welding Shop on Alma St.
On behalf of myself Linda (Hoard) Milne , my brother Gary Hoard & my husband, Mike Milne, our thoughts & prayers are with you at this time.

Bev McComb

24 March 2021

Please accept my sympathy on the death of Bunny. Yes, he was in
some of my Campbellford High School classes. I just remember him as a quiet young man, reserved, and not in trouble like some of the others.
It is hard when someone you love dies. You don't get over it, you learn to live with it. Remember all the good times you had with Bunny.
My husband Jim died 12 years ago now and I still have some weepy days.
Sincerely, Bev McComb


23 March 2021

our deepest condolences in the loss of Bunny many good memories of our school years rides on his motorcycle all his teasing and good times at our reunions may he rest in peace

Duke and Sheila (Greenly ) Boxell

Bonnie & Harold Snarr

22 March 2021

Sincere condolences to your family. Bunny will be missed at our High School gatherings.
Harold & Bonnie (Blake) Snarr.

Joe Barton

22 March 2021

Our Condolences to Pat and family. I have known Bunny all my life and have recently enjoyed seeing him and Pat twice a year at the Hoards Church luncheons. He will be missed. Joe & Judy Barton

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