Kenneth Lee Jones

29 octubre , 195923 octubre , 2020
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Kenneth Jones, age 60, of Fresno, California passed away on Friday, October 23, 2020. Kenneth was born October 29, 1959 in Pocatello, Idaho.

Kenneth is survived by son Robert Jones; daughter Shannon Cornell; daughter Michelle Jones; and daughter Dana Jones.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, funeral services are limited to family members and invited guests.

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  • Robert Jones, Son
  • Shannon Cornell, Daughter
  • Michelle Jones, Daughter
  • Dana Jones, Daughter
  • Kelly Jones, Brother
  • Daniel Lonn-Prum, Grandson

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  • Joshua Cornell, Pallbearer
  • Robert Jones, Pallbearer
  • Michelle Jones, Pallbearer
  • Dana Jones, Pallbearer
  • Kelly Jones, Pallbearer
  • Angel Ledesma, Pallbearer
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Kenneth Lee Jones


Nancy Kobata

13 noviembre , 2020

Ken was one of those quiet people that are always there to offer support or lend a hand. A true gentleman, Ken served as the CSUEU union rep for unit 9 and was always thoughtful and caring. At many board meetings his wry sense of humor shone through and always made sure everyone had a smile. Ken will be missed. My condolences to his family.

Nancy Kobata

Shannon Cornell

12 noviembre , 2020

My dad was one to never show his feeling but I knew he was proud of all of us. The summer before last, my husband, son, and I went to visit him at work. He was so happy to parade us around and beamed with excitement when introducing us to people. He also very much loved his grandchild Daniel. Every mothers day my dad would call me to tell me happy mothers day. He would also attend grandparents day every year with my son.

John Suen

12 noviembre , 2020

Mr. Jones (as I always called Ken) was one of the most outstanding students I had at Fresno State. He worked very hard and always tried very very hard on everything he did. His willingness to render help in any projects, big or small, made him one of the most popular guys among students and faculty on campus. I am deeply saddened by his departure. Fresno State campus won’t be the same without him. He will be sorely missed.

Anisa F-Bidar-Yaqubova

11 noviembre , 2020

To loving memory of Ken.
His smile would lighten the room. He would always cheer me up in gloomy days and he was as kind as he could be. He has been brave like the Knight, reliable Sun to all of us. He shared his Glory days with us, that shall never be forgotten. He strived for other people needs. He saved lives. He was unic great caring man and patriot of his country. We have went and traveled enough times on trips, never lost conversations in the paths. He had a sense of humor. He loved history and was a light of the company. He will be in our hearts, memories for all time. No days go by he will be remembered, missed and loved.

Deborah Adishian-Astone

9 noviembre , 2020

Dear Jones Family,

I want to express my sincere condolences and deepest sympathies for the passing of your father. I had the opportunity to work with Ken for many years. His service and dedication to Fresno State and the support he provided to our students and faculty and his fellow colleagues made an impactful difference. He will be missed, but his legacy will not be forgotten.

Debbie Adishian-Astone
Vice President for Administration

Lynne Reeves

9 noviembre , 2020

I am in shock over learning today of Ken's passing. My condolences and heartfelt symphonies to his family. I knew Ken from interactions at Fresno State. Ken was a good-natured soul who was always willing to help. He had an easygoing, friendly way about him and would bend over backward to help in anyway he could. Ken was easy to talk to and knowledgeable about many subjects. Although I didn't get a chance to know him well, I always felt he was far more intelligent than he let on. Rest in Peace Ken, you will be rememberd well.
Blessings and peace to his family.

Asher Suderman

9 noviembre , 2020

One of best qualities about Ken was that if there was a sudden emergency, he always made a point to show up, and help. Another thing I remember is having many interesting conversations a wide range of subjects. He was a very much a "Jack of all trades". Ken was into collecting tools, Antiques and military items of historic significance. At swap meet he was well known and very much liked. He knew where to find good deal, and even found for me a wooden tool box which he gave me. He was a reliable friend.

Zifa Yaqubova

8 noviembre , 2020

My beloved Ken was not just a life partner, fiance or boyfriend. He was my spiritual partner for life and beyond. We were sharing our most beautiful 10 years together and were enjoying every moment being together. Our love was amazing and connection is so deep and strong that we couldn't imagine for a moment to be without each other. Ken was so much similar to my Russian dad in so many ways. I was always amazed and admired Ken's knowledge, personality, caring for others and being so responsible and dependable in everything he did for us and others. His love and support was always there. He saved lives of other people even in front of me. He loved his beautiful children and always looked at my only daughter Anisa as stepdaughter. He was always here to help us and protect! We cannot imagine how we will continue living without him. Hope we will have strength to continue life on earth having him in our hearts and memories! Our Love will stay forever!

Craig Poole

7 noviembre , 2020

I was shocked and saddened to hear of Ken’s passing. We met at Fresno State in the early 1990’s and have been friends ever since. He was always willing to help with projects and worked on many at my house, cabin, and vehicles over the years. He had lots of tools and skills and was willing to share both. His expertise was wide and varied. He was kind, patient, humble, and had a great sense of humor. My life is better because of my association with Ken. He will be greatly missed.
My hearth felt sympathies for Ken's family.

David Garibay

2 noviembre , 2020

We would go the swapmeet and he would find something of use or maybe collectables. Ken was always helping us when I was in a jam . He was not selfish . Ken loved his children and proud of them. I will miss my friend.


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