Dorothy Jones

May 21, 1918December 19, 2011

Burial arrangements under the direction of Parkdale Cemetery.


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Nancy Chinchilla

May 3, 2012

I just heard about Dorothy's passing. She was a great friend and neighbor. I wish to extend sympathy to the family.

April 19, 2012

Your family will forever be in my thoughts. Even though I never knew you, I feel that I need to honor you. May you find peace. God bless. My heart is with your family. Always.

Jennifer Covarrubias

January 19, 2012

I am so sorry to hear about Dr Jones passing. She was always so funny-and I loved her honesty. I will miss our daily conversations. Best wishes to Gail & family.

Jeannie Summerhill

December 27, 2011

Gail and Karen and families,
We just heard about Aunt Dorothy's passing upon returning home from a trip. I am so sorry that Don and I were not here to be able to attend the service and extend our sincere sympathy. She was so proud of her girls and their families and always beamed when talking about you all. Dot was a wonderful Great Aunt....a most interesting and lovely lady who always made me feel special. Precious memories.
Jeannie Tomberlin Summerhill

Sherry Gould

December 27, 2011

I'm sorry to hear of Dr. Jones's passing. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

December 26, 2011

I wish to extend sympathy to the family on behalf of my sister, Carolyn, her son Scott, and others of us in our family whom Dorothy helped over the years. She was also a very dear friend and encourager. What a beautiful person she was in so many ways. So sorry for your loss.
Elizabeth Lowrance, Carolyn Jackson, Scott Waddell

Ladonna Goodman

December 23, 2011

Dorothy had been a very dear friend of mine since I first joined the Arlington Women's Club. She was a wonderful person. My greatest sympathies to her family.

Stephen Boynton

December 23, 2011

Barry and Karen, so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.

December 23, 2011

Dorothy was a second mother to me, and kept me upright and walking with my bad back. She worked on my 2 week old baby 45 years ago, and she has never had asthma or allergies, as was expected. She loved me as I loved her, and we will miss her greatly. Our love to the family.

Dwight Thompson

December 22, 2011

My father, Bob Thompson, was a dedicated patient of Dr. Jones. Decades of making a living riding in a car took its toll on his spine. He always talked glowingly about how much she helped him. I wish to extend my deepest sympathy to the family.